User: rohan Topic: Foreign Direct Investment in Retail
Category: Big Box Retailers :: Tesco
Last updated: Feb 11 2016 22:36 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Back-end infra rule just for first tranche of FDI 13.5.2013 Indian Express: Business
FOREIGN multi-brand retailers like Walmart, Tesco and Carrefour can heave a sigh of relief.
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Consumer is King: SC approves government proposal on FDI in multi-brand retail 13.5.2013 Moneylife
The court will only interfere when any policy is “unconstitutional, contrary to statutory provisions or arbitrary or irrational or there is total abuse of power,” the Supreme Court said
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How retailers can redefine shopping experience 13.5.2013 Rediff: Business
In today's digital age, companies need to build an integrated communication strategy to stay ahead of the game.
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Tesco wants to focus on food retail 11.5.2013 TOI: All Headlines
Tesco wants to focus on food retail
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Tesco seeks changes in retail FDI sourcing norms, promises to invest in India 11.5.2013 ET: Retailing
Tesco wants its purchases from farmers to be included in the 30% mandatory sourcing from micro & small enterprises, a condition difficult to relax.
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Tesco raises concerns on sourcing norms; govt assures co-operation 11.5.2013 Indian Express: Business
British retailer Tesco today sought clarification on sourcing norms from the government before firming up its plan to enter the Indian multi-brand retail sector, which was opened up for 51 per cent foreign direct investment last year.
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Tesco still seeks clarity 8 months after retail policy 11.5.2013 Latest News
UK retailer's chief had a 'reassuring' meeting with Commerce Minister Anand Sharma
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No Room For Store Brands 11.5.2013 Outlook Business
Private labels are the mainstay of global retailers but it will be a while before they make their mark in India
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Tesco seeks clarity on sourcing norms for FDI in retail 10.5.2013 Deccan Herald - Business
Tesco seeks clarity on sourcing norms for FDI in retail
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Tesco seeks clarity on sourcing norms 10.5.2013 Hindu: Home
Even as it is considering a foray into the Indian multi-brand retail sector, Britain’s Tesco plc has sought clarification from the Commerce and Industry Ministry on various issues, including those...
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Tesco seeks clarification on FDI in multi-brand retail policy 10.5.2013 Hindu: Home
Britain’s leading retail chain Tesco plc is unlikely to rush with its India entry plans. It has sought clarification from the Commerce and Industry Ministry on various issues, including those pert...
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Tesco still wants clarity 8 months after retail policy 10.5.2013 Market News
This has come at a time when the government is going all out to woo foreign investors
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Tesco seeks clarity on India's retail FDI norms 10.5.2013 Latest News
Britain's biggest retailer Tesco Friday said it is waiting for more clarity on India's foreign direct investment (FDI) policy and would accordingly decide on opening stores in Asia's third largest economy.
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Tesco seeks clarity on India's retail FDI sourcing norms 10.5.2013 deccanherald.com
Tesco seeks clarity on India's retail FDI sourcing norms
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Tesco seeks clarity on India's retail FDI sourcing norms 10.5.2013 Financial Chronicle
UK's leading retailer Tesco plc today sought clarifications from the government regarding sourcing norms for foreign direct investment in retail before drawing up its plans for India. The company, which has a partnership with Tata group firm Trent, said its plans for India would be announced after it got clarity on the issue. Tesco CEO Philip Clarke and Trent Ltd Vice-Chairman Noel Tata met Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma and raised "some of the concerns" during their meeting. "It is important today we heard from the minister about some of the small concerns we have. There will be important points of clarification in months ahead and you will hear more from us then," Clarke told reporters here after the meeting. When pressed for details of the company's plans for India, he said: "I will need the important points of clarification and then you would be hearing more from us." While neither him nor Tata commented on issues discussed in the meeting, sources said Tesco and Trent ...
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Tesco seeks clarity on India's retail FDI norms 10.5.2013 New Kerala: Sports India
New Delhi, May 10 : Britain's biggest retailer Tesco Friday said it is waiting for more clarity on India's foreign direct investment (FDI) policy and would accordingly decide on opening stores in Asia's third largest economy.
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Tesco says meeting with Anand Sharma on retail policy reassuring 10.5.2013 Latest News
Tesco Plc's chief executive said on Friday that a meeting with India's Trade Minister Anand Sharma on the country's retail policy had been reassuring, even as Britain's biggest retailer awaits clarifications on foreign investment.
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Foreign chains get leeway on back-end investments 10.5.2013 Rediff: Personal Finance
Retailers can buy existing facilities if they spend $50 mn to create additional infra.
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Foreign chains get leeway on back-end investments 10.5.2013 Latest News
Retailers can buy existing facilities if they spend $50 mn to create additional infra
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Tesco chief, Noel Tata to meet Anand Sharma today 9.5.2013 HBL: Home
Likely to seek clarification on sourcing, investments
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