By Planet Retail2011-07-27T10:50:00
An Indian government panel is said to have recommended easing restrictions on Foreign Direct Investment in Indian retail, which could allow international companies to own as much as 51% of multichannel retailers if they invest a minimum of $100m (£61.3m). This would allow retailers such as Walmart and Carrefour access ...
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