FDI in Indian Retail. FDI in Indian Retail. Agenda. Indian Retail – An overview Types of Retailers FDI Policy in India Opportunities Threats Conclusions. Types. Single Brand Retail – 51% FDI is allowed from 2006
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FDI in Indian Retail FDI in Indian Retail
Agenda • Indian Retail – An overview • Types of Retailers • FDI Policy in India • Opportunities • Threats • Conclusions
Types • Single Brand Retail – 51% FDI is allowed from 2006 • Organized retail has grown from USD 2 Bilion in 2002 to USD 37 Biln today in a total of USD 350 Bn
FDI Policy in India • Single Brand – 51 % • Wholesale trading (Cash & Carry) – 100% • Multi-brand – Not allowed. 1997 1991 2006
Opportunities • Less wastage of Agri-produce • Better storage & transport facilities • Better Pricing • Employment Opportunities • For-Ex requirements
Threats • Mass-unemployment • Predatory pricing • Dumping • Establishment of Monopolies & disruption of small players.
Recommendations or Conclusions • Availability of Bank finance • Setting a National Commission • Restrictions on Foreign retailers • Improving the Retail supply chain