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India number 39 in preferred retail markets ranking (Deccan Herald)

Indian currently stands 39 on the list of most-preferred international retail markets, while neighbour China is high up in the list at number six, according to the survey done by CB Richard Ellis.

Nafed plans retail expansion through franchisees (Business Standard India)

Cooperative major National Agricultural and Cooperative Marketing Federation (Nafed) has drawn up plans to set up retail grocery outlets under a franchisee model.

German apparel brand Lerros eyes expansion in India (Express India)

When many retail brands are looking to downsize operations, Lerros, a premium apparel brand from Germany, is going all-out to woo the Indian consumer.

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India's rattling retail sector is faced with daunting challenges (Deccan Herald)

A/C rules changed to please corporates No wonder there are whispers in the corridors of power that some of India's largest and powerful private sector companies, finding themselves at the wrong end of

Retail performance (The Hindu)

The retail business was however hit with first premium income at Rs 35,321.20 crore, registering an achievement rate of 62 per cent of the yearly target of Rs 57,000 crore.

UK's biggest Co-operative arm deploys FinacleT (CIOL)

LONDON, UK: The Co-operative Financial Services (CFS) has announced that it has chosen FinacleT Universal Banking Solution whereby, CFS, part of The Co-operative Group, the UK's largest consumer co-op

Gold regains 15k level on 'Akshay Trithiya' demand (The Times of India)

Gold surged by Rs 140 per 10 gram to regain the 15,000-mark after a month in the bullion market here on hectic buying by jewelers to meet the surge in retail demand on 'Akshay Trithiya', an auspicious

Service tax on renting of immovable property (Business Standard India)

In a recent landmark judgement, in Home Solution Retail India Ltd. & Others vs.

Value stores take lead in retail revival (The Telegraph)

Mumbai, April 26: The cash tills should start ringing loud and clear at retailing establishments around the country, and the first indications of this have started to show up at the value stores.

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