• Retail
    Start-Up Assistance Leveraging operations and industry expertise to ‘commission’ the ‘concept’ on a turnkey basis • Project Management • Sourcing and Buying Implementation • Organization Design and Creation • Supply Chain and Logistics • Retail Operations Framework • Post Implementation Assistance...
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  • Retailing in India
    , retailing needs to cross the following hurdles:[18] • Automatic approval is not allowed for foreign investment in retail. • Regulations restricting real estate purchases, and cumbersome local laws. • Taxation, which favours small retail businesses. • Absence of developed supply chain and...
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  • Hyper Market Industry in Sharjah, Uae: an Evaluation Using Ahp Technique
    Agriculture). Hypermarkets in UAE Competitions among the hypermarket chains are heating up with the expansion of retail sector. In the middle east Carrefour recorded $637 million, including food sales of $446 million . Among the top eight retailers in the Middle East, Abu Dhabi-based and Indian-owned Emke...
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  • Virsa
    pottery of Pakistan these are eccentric and striking. These ones can amaze apparently the well heeled communities of the world. Virsa offers these blue hand painted pottery including vases, tiles, key chains, plates, frames, etc from Pakistan to people in Dubai. It is a solely owned business and the...
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  • Fdi in Indian Retail Sector
    -cost retailers and adoption of integrated supply chain management by them is likely to lower down the prices. (3)  FDI in retailing can easily assure the quality of product, better shopping experience and customer services. (4)  They promote the linkage of local suppliers, farmers and manufacturers, no...
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  • Retail Sector
    supply chain. 1.1 CLASSFICATION OF RETAILING Let us now discuss the classification of retailing. RETAILING MULTI- BRAND SINGLE- BRAND SINGLE-BRAND RETAIL It is a type of a retail in which a single brand is sold across such outlets. Examples: Adidas, Reebok, Levis, Titan, etc...
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  • Fdi Is Entering in Telecom and Banking Sector with 74% Contribution Is It Good or Bad?
    any of the following routes: * Joint Ventures * Franchising * Sourcing of Supplies from small-scale sector * Cash and Carry Operations * Non-Store Formats * | FDI in retail is an economic reform, which would allow global chains like Wal-Mart Stores Inc and Carrefour to own up to 51...
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  • Strategic Marketing management
    brand name of 'Hyper Star'. Dubai based Majid Al Futaim Group, which has Carrefour franchise in a number of regional markets, plans to expand the network of Hyper Star in Pakistan as well. The opening of such stores has helped shoppers to enhance their exposure in respect of product portfolio...
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  • essay
    Directors Shahid Hussain - CEO Hamid Hussain - Director   Operating Team Tahir Abbas - Head of Finance Adeel Ahmed - Senior Manager Operations (Community Pharmacy) Naeem Ahmad - Manager Operations (Hospital Pharmacy) Usman Ahmed - Manager Supply Chain Alia Aroosa - Assistant Mana     GLOBAL...
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  • Retailing
    , and eventually have a pan-India footprint by year 2011. The super marts will sell fresh fruits and vegetables, staples, groceries, fresh juice bars and dairy products and also will sport a separate enclosure and supply-chain for non-vegetarian products. Besides, the stores would provide direct...
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  • Economic Impact of Retailing in Pakistan
    continents to survive in the recession. (McGurr, 2002). While the economy in their home country is recovering, many U.S. and European retail chains are expanding globally, opening stores in emerging markets and in countries with thriving economies. India, China, and Dubai are fertile retail grounds...
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  • Mutual Fund
    . World second largest retail chain the 74.5 billion Carrefour is also set to enter India along with Dubai based Landmark group which operates the lifestyle chain of stores in India. According to Carrefour's plans include opening 200 hypermarkets throughout India in the next 10 Years. A recent study by...
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  • Researcher
    expected price growth for developer would be missed.” According to Renjhen, international hypermarket chains such as Wal-Mart, Tesco and Carrefour, as well as national chains such as Big Bazaar and More will absorb the highest amount of retail real estate in tier-II and tier-III cities, as and when FDI...
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  • Uae Consumer Lifestyle Analysis
    % while in less expensive areas like International City, upper limits for both studios and one-bedroom apartments declined on average by 22 %. “While these areas are not of comparable quality to Downtown Dubai, the impact on this increased supply is evident, lower limits for two-beds in Downtown...
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  • Indian Retail
    levels -- before they can truly claim to have arrived. Early entrants such as Shopper's Stop and RPG Group are acutely aware of this truth: both took years to bring their supply-chain models to the present efficiency levels. Even a player like the Dubai-based Landmark Group -- which has been operating...
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  • Foreign Direct Investment
    activities at the same value chain stage in a host country through FDI.[4] 2. Platform FDI 3. Vertical FDI takes place when a firm through FDI moves upstream or downstream in different value chains i.e., when firms perform value-adding activities stage by stage in a vertical fashion in a host...
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  • Wal-Mar Global Expansion Strategy
    overseas; global competitor Carrefour (France) originated the hypermart concept, and Metro AG, which operates department and specialty stores, is the #2 retailer worldwide (neck-and-neck with Sears Roebuck) and the leader in Europe. In 1997 Wal-Mart acquired German hypermart chain Wertkauf, bolstering its...
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  • Distribution
    organise into common purchase groups or join franchise chains offering access to favourable supply terms. Market’s fragmentation translates to… … intensification of consolidation process... … which will transform from large to many small transactions… … and result in enhanced competitive...
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  • walmart and barthi
    faced from local shop owners and civil rights groups given its poor reputation with regard to social responsibility. In addition, the state of the country’s transportation network was very poor and the question remained how Wal-Mart planned to implement its supply chain management model in India...
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  • Walmart Global Strategy
    , Germany, Italy, Portugal and Spain), Promodes, number 7 worldwide (1998 Sales: US$ 28.6 billion, Number of stores: 4,921, with presence in Belgium, Dubai, Germany, Greece, Italy, Mauritius, Morocco, Taiwan, Turkey, Portugal and Spain), and Carrefour, which is the eighth largest global chain (1998...
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