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#India – FDI curse in retail

Monday, Jan 20, 2014, 7:53 IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Devinder Sharma One has to look at the US to realise the damage retail giants have inflicted on farmers. There is a popular advertisement on the TV. A… Continue Reading →

Parliamentary committee advises the Govt to take measures to stop takeovers of Indian generic companies #goodnews

Posted on August 13, 2013 The ‘Parliamentary Standing Committee on Commerce’ in its report tabled today in Parliament advised the Government to take all measures to stop any further takeover/acquisition of domestic pharmaceutical units. Over the last decade, one by one, key generic companies (Ranbaxy,… Continue Reading →

FDI is IDF- Indian Diverted Funds

Surajeet Das Gupta  |  New Delhi  July 15, 2013, BS Three FDI offers fail transparency test FIPB rejects proposals from firms that have not divulged details of beneficial ownership or source of funding Amid talks of some foreign investors abusing double… Continue Reading →

Walmart spent spent $25 million ’as its lobbying fee to enter #India

India’s blind fists of fury The rage in Parliament is off target. Walmart’s disclosure of its lobbying fee in the US Senate should trigger a different debate in India, says Shaili Chopra December 13, 2012, Issue 51 Volume 9 Illustration:… Continue Reading →

#India -Holding democracy to a whip #FDI

Garga Chatterjee | Agency: DNA | Sunday, December 9, 2012   In the FDI debate that happened in the Lok Sabha, a particularly painful moment saw ‘Netaji’ Mulayam Singh Yadav take the name of Ram Manohar Lohia. He talked about Lohia… Continue Reading →

#India- How FDI in retail affects the “Mango Man”

  MATHEW THOMAS | 07/12/2012 02:29 PM , MOneylife.com FDI in retail is an example of deregulation, devoid of any safety net for its after-effects. Would the government consider the Parliament Committee report or treat Parliament with disdain?  Here is a simplified explanation, sans economic jargon,… Continue Reading →

FDI in retail? say a big NO

Professor Anupam Bhargava, The Hindu FDI is a debt inflow or liability foreign exchange because the profits or returns it generates will have to be repatriated. Will FDI in retail, single brand, banking or insurance enhance our foreign exchange earning… Continue Reading →

India–Caste control & FDI

November 26, 2012, Deccan chronicle. Kancha Ilaiah The opening of the retail market for foreign entrepreneurs has invited sharp reactions from several quarters. The main argument against it is that the livelihood of millions of small shop owners would be… Continue Reading →

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