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Oct 14, 2014 at 22:21 | Source: CNBC-TV18
However, government officials tell CNBC-TV18 that this does not fly against the Modi government's stand of FDI in multi-brand retail. They say FDI has always been allowed in the duty-free shop segment, as technically, these shops do not fall under the ambit of Indian customs.
Oct 14, 2014 at 19:15 | Source: PTI
"Apart from predatory pricing the online retail companies take undue advantage of the wide variation in sales tax and local taxes by operating from low tax geographical regions," Consumer Electronics and Appliances Manufacturers Association (CEAMA) said in a statement.
Oct 08, 2014 at 14:50 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
A case over anti-competitive practices, companies considering not honouring warranties of products sold online and regulatory troubles mean India's fast-growing online retailers have a problem.
Sep 11, 2014 at 20:42 | Source: PTI
Global retail giant Amazon today said allowing foreign direct investment in eCommerce will help in accelerating further growth in the USD 3 billion Indian online retail market.
Sep 10, 2014 at 15:17 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Reports suggest that DIPP has proposed foreign direct investment (FDI) ceiling of 51 percent in multi-brand retail be made composite cap.
Sep 01, 2014 at 22:20 | Source: CNBC-TV18
If FDI rules change would look at doing own retail: Reebok
Aug 25, 2014 at 13:08 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
With the liberalisation of the FDI policy, evolving consumer preferences and entry of global retail brands in India, mall developers are busy adapting their retail developments to the changing requirements and trends.
Aug 22, 2014 at 17:10 | Source: CNBC-TV18
American apparel retailer Gap, popular for its khakhi pants and smart denims, is making its Indian debut. The USD 16 billion revenue company has tied up with Arvind lifestyle brands, the subsidiary of Gujarat-based textile and apparel giant Arvind. The plan is to roll out stores from mid-2015 with a target of 40 stores.
Aug 19, 2014 at 19:34 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
A heady mix of factors from lack of investment in supply chain, increase in farm inputs as well as a tightly-regulated market is behind the persistent food inflation India has witnessed over the past many years, according to analyses by experts.
Jul 10, 2014 at 19:34 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Jaitley said he would prefer to lower fiscal deficit by boosting revenues rather than cutting down on expenditure.
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josekiss

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Is there any thoughts on announcing FDI in farming sector,to meet out the growing demand than thinking of FDI in retailing? Jokers on Delhi need to address the problem of thukada , thukada farms than thinking of bade , bade malls? One Need to water the coconut tree if you need to drink a tender

1.38 PM Jul 4th

Wermacht

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FDI in retail imports of essentials under OGL is warranted. We do not need controls on movement of goods nor the canallising agencies

12.38 PM Jul 4th

acecomments

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Other Market Topics  

to be productive then they should welcome fdi in retails. we have companies in india n pio or nri who are doing retail business abroad why not give them first opportunities

10.28 AM Jun 26th

TitBits

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No. The middlemen use unorganized labor and transport operators to collect and move the farm produces and always pays better price than any agencies set up who have to depend on regulated labor and logistics which cost the organization dearly and becomes nonviable.Hence allowing FDI in retail

2.31 PM Jun 19th

MustDo  

...Now people are linking or confusing with the company statement to FDI in retail which BJP has denied for NOW..but all smart guys are accumulating for brighter days as valuation got eroded to ground..what sitaram has to say is not going to stop FDI in retail wait for some time backdoor entry is already

2.15 PM Jun 19th

uppaimappla

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important thing would be to ensure that the restrictions on free movement of the food grains and vegetables and fruits and the mandi acts which come in the way of free movements, they should be done away with. UQ I think this is the only long term solution for India and that is possible only if 100% FDI

8.36 PM Jun 9th

kevin96

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Monsanto India  

. Modi has given an impression that he is in favour of FDI in retail, which the BJP’s trader vote bank opposes, without either explicitly saying so or closing the door on room for manoeuvre in future. On Thursday, Modi said there were different opinions on GM technology. But Bt cotton immensely

7.55 PM Jun 9th

varughese4

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Economy  

No, If they want to tame inflation, Food Inflation which common man is concerned, there is no other way than FDI in Retail......................

1.04 PM Jun 3rd

warmest

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SpiceJet  

"While foreign investment needs to be encouraged, the same cannot be at the cost of the domestic industry, which is rightly the position of this government as in the case of FDI in retail," it said.

9.32 PM May 31st

ASHOKSJ

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once they are allowed in Defence , we will get huge investment and this is proactive stepl , this is like MODI smartness , Instead of FDI in retail and fighting for few which congress has done for last 10 year , Modi will get investment but area where it is needed , not killing local business

11.50 AM May 30th

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