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India says no to foreign ownership of supermarkets [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2011-12-8 11:41:41 |Display all floors
India has decided not to allow foreign retailers like Wal-Mart and Britain's Tesco to open their doors in the country.
India's giant US$570 billion supermarket sector was keenly eyed by Western super stores.

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Post time 2011-12-8 13:40:51 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2011-12-8 11:52
So no Chinese supermarkets in India either.

Zhongdiang  hmm, let me see Mr. Teacher; I'd classify Chinas Bailian Group and Century Mart as foreign as Carrefour, Watsons and Metro AG. and yes, they'd not be permitted 51 per cent direct investment in multi   Post time 2011-12-8 13:06

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Post time 2011-12-10 00:31:14 |Display all floors
i support the Indian decision to do this. why should Indian's hard earned money go to carefour, watsons, walmart, or tesco. let the local supermarkets prosper. carefour, tesco, and walmart are already milking China for enough money

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