Indian government panel recommends easing restrictions

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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