User: rohan Topic: Foreign Direct Investment in Retail
Category: Anti-Retail
Last updated: Mar 22 2014 11:25 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Kanika Datta: Trading places 15.1.2014 Latest News
It will take a truly brave state politician to buck moneyed vested interests and allow any foreign retailers unfettered entry
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Anti-retail-FDI Mamata cool with foreign brands 27.9.2013 Rediff: Business
Mamata Banerjee, who had pulled out of UPA-II over FDI in retail, among other issues, would dedicate mall to people of Kolkata.
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Anti-retail-FDI Mamata cool with foreign brands 27.9.2013 Latest News
Banerjee, who had pulled out of UPA-II over FDI in retail, among other issues, would dedicate mall to people of Kolkata
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BJP, left parties join hand to hold anti-retail reform rally on Mach 7 15.1.2013 New Kerala: India News
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SC deep freezes anti-retail FDI petition 5.11.2012 Top Headlines
SC gave PM Manmohan Singh a boost, but put it on notice to pass the Parliament test.
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Inflation-hit aam admi will be harmed, not helped, by BJP's anti-retail reform stand 28.9.2012 TOI: All Headlines
Inflation-hit aam admi will be harmed, not helped, by BJP's anti-retail reform stand
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The myth of big retail 17.9.2012 DNA: Top News
The strong opposition to the entry of the big boys of global retail is as exaggerated as the claims made by the government of the benefits they will bring.
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Retail FDI will not help in reducing prices,improving infra 21.8.2012 Financial Chronicle
Foreign direct investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail will not help farmers in getting good prices for produce, creating infrastructure and reducing inflation, experts have said. Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) Secretary General Praveen Khandelwal said that instead of depending on foreign investment to improve back-end infrastructure like cold-storages, the government should focus on strengthening domestic retail sector. "It is a dream that foreign retailers like Walmart will come here to construct cold-storages and other back-end infrastructure. FDI will not help in reducing food prices too. In fact they go for predatory pricing and it will severely impact small traders," Khandelwal said. He said that to bridge price difference between farm gate and consumers, the government should fix price bracket. Expressing similar views, India FDI Watch Director Dharmendra Kumar said global foreign retailers will kill mom & pop stores in the country, which would lead to unemployment. On ...
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Stockwatch: Pantaloon’s desperate act 5.5.2012 DNA: Money
The company, which was eagerly waiting for FDI to pull itself out of a debt trap, has sold off a substantial stake in its profitable ‘flagship’ Pantaloon format of stores.
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India-EU FTA talks termed non-transparent 3.9.2010 Hindu: News
Big business and vested interests have hijacked negotiations for new deal, says study
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Indian Retail A Backdoor That Leads Nowhere 13.5.2010 Forbes India

  A government rule that bans retailers sourcing from group companies puts a spoke in international vendors’ plans Read more

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A Backdoor That Leads Nowhere 13.5.2010 Forbes India

  A government rule that bans retailers sourcing from group companies puts a spoke in international vendors’ plans Read more

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CPI (M) stages protest against price rise 10.4.2010 Central Chronicle
CPI (M) stages protest against price rise
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Easy online access could doom retailing business 19.8.2009 New Kerala: World News
Traditional buying may be obsolete in 10 years 19.8.2009 Rediff: Business
According to them, a boom in online trading and a surge in an 'anti-retail movement' could spell the demise of some retail outlets by 2020 unless they revolutionise the way they do business. Moreover, manufacturers are more more preferring to sell directly to the public and consumers opt to bypass stores and deal directly with wholesalers or even each other.
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Retail chain outlets hit hawkers hard in Orissa, says survey 1.4.2009 Hindu: Other States
BHUBANESWAR: Business of shopkeepers and hawkers is on the decline following the advent of corporate and retail chain outlets in cities. According to a survey conducted by non-government organisations – India FDI Watch and Action ...
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Business on the decline: Hawkers 31.3.2009 New Indian Express
Business on the decline: Hawkers
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Opening up of retail sector hits small players 26.3.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
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Hawkers losing out to retail chains 24.3.2009 TOI: Bangalore Times
Are hawkers losing out to corporate and chain stores? India FDI Watch and Action Aid, which studied the immediate and future impact of corporate and chain retails on hawkers, showed that hawkers' business is declining in areas of Bangalore they surveyed.
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Growing corporate, chain retail stores hits hawkers: Study 24.3.2009 New Kerala: Karnataka
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