India's retail sector growing fast

February 2006
Market: Asia Pacific;Feb2006, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p4
Looks at the growth of the retail sector in India. Result if the government will allow foreign investor participation in the expansion; Sign that the economic reform agenda is not doing well; Predictions on the growth of the sector through 2008.


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