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Saurabh Shukla and Kay Benedict
New Delhi, September 25, 2012
After notifying FDI in retail, top echelons of the UPA government want to operationalise it on a fast track basis in some states to ensure its benefits are visible.


Manasi Mithel
September 1, 2012
TJ's, the multi-product brand from Tihar Jail, is a brand with a diverse product portfolio. The mix includes everything from bread, apparel, furniture and mustard oil to paper products. It is now looking to hit the big time through tie-ups with mainstream retail stores.


Suman Layak
May 30, 2012
Retail in India is a complex business, where a stockpile of cash is a big advantage. A new store takes time to stabilise and break even, so companies must balance the number of stable, profit-making stores and new ones. A fat pile of cash can make the ride shorter and smoother.


Shamni Pande
December 8, 2011
A study by an assistant professor at TISS, Mumbai, proves that kirana stores have the edge on organised retail given the credit they offer and relationships with customers.


PTI
New Delhi, July 22, 2011
Organised retailers and industry bodies on Friday welcomed recommendations of the Committee of Secretaries to allow up to 51 per cent FDI in multi-brand retail, but remained cagey about its impact on kirana shops.


Anuradha Shukla
New Delhi, July 16, 2011
The government is likely to permit foreign direct investment in the multi-brand retail sector from April 2012 and is expected to come up with a final draft of a proposal in this regard by the end of July.


Hemant Kalbag
March 17, 2011
Easing FDI norms and allowing the entry of global retailers can help by creating an environment that drives competition, consumption and creates choices for the consumer.


Shalini S. Dagar
September 28, 2010
As global brands find India both a market and a sourcing centre, the supply chain is also getting better, but very slowly.


Tanvi Varma/Money Today
February 3, 2009
The financial flux may have impacted Subhiksha, but R. Subramanian, the man who rewrote the rules of organised retail, is confident of surmounting it.


Raghav Gupta
April 26, 2010
A similar eating out format for Indian food is a big opportunity.


Manu Kaushik
March 17, 2010
A clutch of third-party manufacturers made it big in the downturn, as organised retail fought for better margins and customers looked for bargains. What next?


www.businesstoday.in
June 13, 2009
Most kirana and mom-and-pop stores have been able to hold their own against the might of India Inc’s giant retail formats. Can they survive in the long run? Business Today walks into five such stores in the metros to gauge the pulse of unorganised retailing. The verdict: Don’t write them off, yet.


Anand Adhikari
May 14, 2008
Organised food retailing is going to be huge, but it will be nothing without a back end, and a backbone. That’s where the logistics sector comes into play—right from state-of-the-art warehouses to the entire gamut of cold chain infrastructure. BT's Anand Adhikari says that companies in India and abroad have shown a keen interest to invest in this sector.


Clifford Alvares
November 27, 2007
Despite the hype (and paranoia) around it, retail on D-street remains a one-stock story—that of Pantaloon.


Ritwik Mukherjee
August 27, 2007
A clutch of mid-tier Bengal-based companies like Linc Pens, Xenitis and Khadim, among others, are going national. Can they succeed in the bigger arena in the face of cut-throat competition?


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