Another Attempt to Jumpstart Retailing in India

Matthew Staff, writing for Retail Digital, states that: “India is once again planning to open its doors to foreign investment in its retail industry, following a failed attempt to do so last year. At the time, in December 2011, the notion caused political unrest, leaving the plans to be pushed to the side. However, continued pressure to be proactive in regards to the country’s wider economy looks to have been enough to sway the decision back towards letting foreign investment into the country.”
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Retailing in India

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