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Food prices help ease India's retail inflation in Feb
NEW DELHI India's retail inflation eased in February, helped by smaller rises in food prices after edging up for six straight months, raising expectations of a central bank rate cut next month. Analysts said Raghuram Rajan, Governor of the Reserve Bank ...
India's falling food prices seen easing retail inflation in FebruaryReuters UK
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Apple Resubmits India Retail Store Application; Xiaomi Follows
iPhone and iPad maker Apple has resubmitted its application for opening single-brand retail stores in the country as there were certain gaps in its earlier proposal. "The proposal is being processed by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion ...
After Apple, Xiaomi too applies for single brand retail stores in IndiaThe Indian Express
Xiaomi to Open Branded Retail Stores in India?Android Headlines - Android News
Xiaomi Opening Retail Stores In India; Apple Also Resubmits Application With DIPPMobiPicker
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Ecommerce firms invite physical stores to sell big brands on their sites
An Amazon India spokesperson said chains are interested in exploring the possibility of opening their own stores on the platform. A Snapdeal spokesperson said retailers are looking to partner with them as they see the benefit of gaining access to ...
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Budget 2016: Retailers like Walmart, Tesco to gain as govt allows 100% FDI in multi-brand processed food retailing - Economic Times
Budget 2016: Retailers like Walmart, Tesco to gain as govt allows 100% FDI in multi-brand processed food retailing
Later, the government gave approval to IKEA to set up restaurants as part of its large outlets only to be consumed in the stores. Similarly, UK chain Marks and Spencer had shown interest a few years ago in selling food items in India but the government ...
India allows 100 percent FDI in processed food retailingETRetail.com
Union Budget 2016-17: 100% FDI on marketing food products in IndiaLivemint
Walmart, Tesco to benefit from 100% FDI in multi-brand processed food retailingInternational Business Times, India Edition
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