Published on Wed, Feb 06,2013 | 13:00, Updated at Wed, Feb 06 at 13:30Source : Moneycontrol.com The purpose of this article is to espouse that the Indian supply chain experience suggests that
The Indian government has effectively put in place a “single-window clearance” mechanism to make the country a manufacturing hub in the next 10 years.
The $38-billion DuPont expects India to be among the top five revenue contributors in the next three-four years.
Coffee prices at Starbucks in India are lower, thanks to its local sourcing arrangement with Tata Coffee.
India has asked Bangladesh to list it as a textile raw material sourcing country.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris has filed lawsuits against two international apparel manufacturers.
Assocham has asked the government to remove the ban on foreign direct investment in retail e-commerce business.
The Indian unit of Reebok plans to launch a new retail format that will entail greater interaction with customers.
An unlikely partnership between profitable FMCG companies like Hindustan Unilever and Dabur and penniless ragpickers is now offering a hint of a fix to India’s 12,000 tonnes a day plastic junk pile-up.
BJP, CPI and JD(U) have launched a national campaign against FDI in retail.