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India’s struggling consumer goods sector pins its hopes on Budget 2020
Fixing GST, and arresting rural slump are top priorities.
India’s organised retailers and e-tailers hold up, while kirana stores face the brunt of slowdown
The slump is more serious in rural areas.
A senior industrialist had a major “anti-Muslim Indian” moment in Thailand
"We read that Hindus don’t want Muslims near them."
A Thai company plans to take on cash-and-carry giants in the Indian market
LOTS Wholesale plans to open 12 distribution centres in three years.
Ramdev’s Patanjali seems to have left behind a brief red patch
The firm earned $535 million in April-Sept 2019-20, the highest ever in the first half of any financial year.
Indian women still pay the “motherhood wage penalty” when they return to work
As many as 7 million women in India today are looking to start over after a break.
Consumer goods firms are battling India’s rural slump by cutting pack sizes and prices
Demand from rural India accounts for 36% of overall FMCG sales.
Kenya’s Twiga Foods eyes West Africa after $30M raise led by Goldman
Kenya’s Twiga Foods has raised a total of $30 million from lenders and investors led by Goldman Sachs. The B2B food distribution company financed $6.25 million of the funding in convertible debt and
Modi’s claim of a vibrant Indian economy is wrong on many counts
It's not so rosy.
There’s no economic slowdown on planet Flipkart
The e-commerce giant is banking on new features like videos.
Nearly two-thirds of Indian executives are overweight—and that evening samosa is to blame
Stressful jobs, sedentary lifestyles, and unhealthy eating habits.
Here are some numbers to prove that the Indian economy is losing steam
Analysis of 2,574 companies.
IKEA debuts in the Indian e-commerce arena with services in Mumbai
The Swedish retailer is yet to launch a brick and mortar facility in Mumbai.
Amidst an economic slump, IKEA and Miniso have missed their India targets
The brands may have overestimated the market's potential.
Miniso wants to make in India and sell to the world
"over time, the country has started meaning a lot more to us."
India’s economic slump is far too deep to be tackled with mere tinkering of interest rates
Strong fiscal measures are the need of the hour.
While India was busy celebrating its “ease of doing business” ranking, its real economy tanked
The warning signs have reached a point where they cannot be ignored.
The latest brand value of their groups reveal the diverging fortunes of the Ambani brothers
Reliance Jio is India's "strongest" brand.
A 200-year-old British consumer goods giant is banking on an Indian for growth
The FMCG industry is going through tumultuous times.
There’s only one reason why India’s economy has survived Modi
Indians are loosening their purse strings.