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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, June 11, 2018
The merger of two companies will create an unfair competition and uneven level playing field, and will indulge in predatory pricing, deep discounts and loss funding, says CAIT.


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June 6, 2018



Ajita Shashidhar
New Delhi, June 6, 2018
Indian traders are up in arms against the $16 billion Walmart-Flipkart deal. Their grouse is that the deal could severely impact the livelihood of small traders (kirana stores). There is also immense scepticism about the two American retailers, Walmart and Amazon dominating the Indian retail scene.


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June 4, 2018



BusinessToday.In
May 26, 2018
The CAIT fears that Walmart will penetrate the retail trade through e-commerce and indulge in predatory pricing with deep discounting which will eventually create an uneven playing field for domestic players.


BT Guest Columnist
May 15, 2018
What is generally ignored is the fact that credit cards aren't free. They do have charges - some well-known, others not no well-known. The little-known charges need to be understood to avoid penalties, heavy interest rates, and excess payment charges later on.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 14, 2018
The deals on both the e-commerce platforms will be updated during the course of the four days depending on customer demand.


Goutam Das
New Delhi, May 14, 2018
Walmart announced it had signed agreements to become the largest shareholder in Flipkart.


Goutam Das
New Delhi, May 11, 2018
The Walmart statement on its Flipkart purchase made all the right noises. It would create jobs and support 'Make in India'. The statement also mentions the humble kirana: \"Among other initiatives, Walmart will partner with kirana owners and members to help modernise their retail practices and adopt digital payment technologies.\"


Goutam Das
New Delhi, May 9, 2018
The Walmart deal is a sign things are changing. Flipkart's Japanese investor SoftBank has exited selling 20 per cent of its stake. Co-founder Sachin Bansal has exited as well. The 23 per cent remaining stake in Flipkart will now be held by co-founder Binny Bansal, Tencent Holdings Limited, Tiger Global Management LLC and Microsoft Corp.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, May 9, 2018
Walmart will pay $16 billion for an initial stake of 77 per cent in Flipkart, valuing the e-tailer close to $20 billion. The remainder of the business will be held by some of Flipkart's existing shareholders.


BusinessToday.In
May 8, 2018
Walmart is expected to buy 70-75 per cent stake in the homegrown e-tailer Flipkart along with Google parent Alphabet for about $15 billion.


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May 7, 2018



BusinessToday.In
May 7, 2018
If the Walmart-Flipkart deal indeed goes through, it would be the largest so far in the Indian e-tailing market that is forecast to grow to USD 200 billion by 2026.


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BusinessToday.in
New Delhi, March 7, 2018
According to the sixth edition of Grant Thornton's The Fourth Wheel 2018 report, the year recorded a 54 per cent jump in values over 2016 despite a 24 per cent decline in volumes. This indicates significant jump in average deal sizes.


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