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Retailing In India - A Government Policy Perspective

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  • Submitted: 29/09/2004
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Retailing In India

A Government Policy Perspective

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 5

2. INTRODUCTION 6

1.1 EVOLUTION OF INDIAN RETAIL 7

1.2 RETAIL FORMATS IN INDIA 8

1.3 THE CHANGING INDIAN CONSUMER 10

1.4 ANTICIPATED GROWTH IN THE RETAIL INDUSTRY 11

3. ISSUES IN INDIAN RETAILING 12

2.1 THE PROBLEM OF PRODUCTIVITY 12

2.2 OPERATIONAL PROBLEMS IN INDIAN RETAILING 12

2.3 POOR PRODUCTIVITY IN MODERN FORMATS 13

2.4 INDUSTRY DYNAMICS 16

2.5 EXTERNAL FACTORS AFFECTING PRODUCTIVITY 18

4. INDUSTRY STATUS TO RETAIL 24

3.1 PROBLEMS OF NOT BEING AN INDUSTRY 24

3.2 THE NEED FOR INDUSTRY STATUS 25

3.3 STAKEHOLDER BENEFIT ANALYSIS 26

5. FDI IN INDIA: AN ANALYSIS 30

4.1 GLOBAL TRENDS 30

4.2 INDIA'S SHARE 31

4.3 DIRECTION OF FDI INFLOW INTO INDIA 33

4.4 CAUSES AND REASONS FOR LOW FDI INFLOW INTO INDIA 35

4.5 FDI POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS 41

6. IMPACT OF FDI: THE GLOBAL EXPERIENCE 44

5.1 GLOBAL TRENDS 44

7. FDI IN RETAILING 51

6.1 INTERNATIONALIZATION: THE NEW RETAIL TREND 51

6.2 THE INDIAN

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