User: rohan Topic: Foreign Direct Investment in Retail
Category: Big Box Retailers :: Tesco
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Retailers spruce up back-end operations 2.4.2013 Market News
The hustle and bustle here is the new face of the Kishore Biyani-promoted Future group's back-end operations
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BJP tells the US it is firmly opposed to FDI in retail 26.3.2013 Zee News : India National
BJP has conveyed to the US that it is still firm in its opposition to FDI in multi-brand retail.
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BJP Tells the US It Is Firmly Opposed to Retail FDI 26.3.2013 Outlook Wires

BJP has conveyed to the US that it is still firm in its opposition to FDI in multi-brand retail, a proposal which the government has decided to go ahead with after getting an approval from Parliament.

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We can manage without FDI, say retail CFOs 19.3.2013 Rediff: Business
Tesco, which has a franchise agreement with Trent Hypermarkets for the latter's back-end operations, is believed to be interested in investing in those hypermarkets
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DNA Exclusive: Too many walls to scale — FDI in multi-brand retail has no takers 16.3.2013 DNA: Mumbai
Waiting to shop at a Walmart or Tesco store? The wait will be long. Very long.
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63 proposals approved for FDI in single-brand retail: Sharma 15.3.2013 HBL: Industry & Economy
The Government has approved 63 proposals for FDI in single brand retail so far, the Union Commerce Minister, Anand Sharma said today. “We have received and approved 63 proposals for FDI i...
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SME sourcing clause in retail FDI could change 22.2.2013 Top Headlines
'When it comes to the definition of SME, we need to have a relook.'
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FDI will hamper small traders: Saugata 18.2.2013 New Kerala: India News
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Horsemeat scandal: the essential guide 15.2.2013 The Guardian -- World Latest
With the Europewide scandal over the contamination of meat products, from beefburgers to lasagne, showing no sign of abating, study the issue in depth and learn all you need to know about how it came to this with our essential guide 1. Where did the horsemeat scandal begin? 2. Where did the horse and pig found by the Irish in beef products come from? 3. Why did some products contain so much more horse than others? 4. How did the rest of Europe get involved? 5. Is the source of the Irish horsemeat the same as the French one? 6. Why are the supply chains so complex? 7. Why has it happenened? 8. How is the meat industry regulated? 9. What about industry claims that it has full traceability? 10. What happened to government control of food safety and standards? 11. Where do the horses come from? 12. What part do UK horse abattoirs play? 13. Why are governments talking about organised crime? 14. Is it a health problem? 1. Where did the horsemeat scandal begin? The Food Safety ...
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British PM Cameron to visit next week 13.2.2013 Rediff: Business
Vodafone, other contentious issues likely to be discussed.
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TESCO to open Indian subsidiary for farm output and fruits 8.2.2013 Hindu: Industry
Talks are being held with Tata group.
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Horsemeat lasagne scandal leaves Findus reputation in tatters 8.2.2013 Guardian: Environment
Revelation of horsemeat in Findus beef lasagne a 'PR nightmare and disaster' for firm trying to take frozen food upmarket "Our chefs take painstaking care to ensure our recipes are developed to the highest standard. We use only the best ingredients and a generous pinch of imagination." So states Findus on its website. It would seem that imagination is now catching up with them, as revelations that Findus beef lasagne products contained up to 100% horsemeat threaten to leave the company's reputation in tatters. Analysts and experts believe a firm best known for crispy pancakes can recover its standing, but the way it handles the fallout will be crucial. Neil Saunders, managing director of the retail researcher Conlumino, said: "I think it's a PR nightmare and disaster for them and I think it's much worse than for a company like Tesco which sells a whole variety of products." Last month Tesco was among the retailers caught up in the first wave of revelations that horse DNA had been found ...
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Horsemeat scandal spreads to lasagne 6.2.2013 The Guardian -- Front Page
Tesco and Aldi reveal they have withdrawn a range of ready meals produced by French food supplier Comigel Frozen spaghetti and lasagne meals have been stripped from supermarket shelves as fears over contaminated meat products spread. Retail giant Tesco and discount chain Aldi revealed they have withdrawn a range of ready meals produced by French food supplier Comigel. The move follows concern over contamination of products with horsemeat. A Tesco spokesman said it took the step as a precaution after Findus beef lasagne was removed from sale. "Following the withdrawal of Findus beef lasagne, which is produced by Comigel, we have decided to withdraw our frozen Everyday Value Spaghetti Bolognese, which is produced at the same site, as a precautionary measure," the Tesco spokesman said. "There is no evidence that our product has been contaminated and the meat used in the Findus product is not used in our product. However, we have decided to withdraw the product pending the results of ...
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Most Indian retailers stop at rewards: Bryan A Pearson 4.2.2013 Business Standard: Management & Mktg
Let’s begin with just plain loyalty and first understand how it must work.
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ET: Global retailers not buying India story 31.1.2013 TOI: Home
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Tesco, Walmart seeks clarity on multi-brand FDI 29.1.2013 Indian Express: Business
Commerce and industry minister Anand Sharma said today that retail majors Tesco and Walmart had, in Davos, sought clarifications on many aspects of the multi-brand retail FDI policy
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Foreign retailers can source from anywhere in India: Sharma 28.1.2013 IE: Economy News
Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma today said it would be up to global retail chains to source products from across India or from a state depending on logistics as 100 per cent FDI is allowed in back-end chain.
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Multi brand chains may go the IKEA way 27.1.2013 Business Standard: News Now
International retail chains like Walmart, Tesco, Carrefour and others, keen to tap the Indian market, are likely to follow the IKEA route from now on in terms of sustained negotiation with the government to spell out their needs and worries, while holding out the promise of FDI.
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India assures full support to Walmart, Tesco 25.1.2013 Doordarshan
India has assured global retail giants Walmart and Tesco that it will hand hold them for their entry into the just opened multi-brand retailing in the country.
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Walmart, Tesco to go slow on stores 25.1.2013 TOI: All Headlines
Walmart, Tesco to go slow on stores
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