Consumer Markets - September 2009
by Indicus Analytics Private Limited on Oct 20, 2009
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From around India ...
From around India
Lafarge Boral sees India as a key market
The JV company sells around 5 million sq m of gypsum boards in India. Explaining the rationale behind choosing India as one of the four countries to launch ...
India remains fastest-growing beauty market
Despite the global economic downturn, India remains one of the fastest-growing beauty markets globally, growing at 13% per annum and valued at $6.3 billion. The market offers extensive opportunities for domestic and international players.
Indian players test out 'shared ownership'
There is considerable interest among industry players – both real estate and hospitality – in shared ownership, which has been fairly insulated, thanks to the long-term commitment of consumers
Lamborghini to market lifestyle accessories in India
With an explosion in the sale of computers, laptops, i-phones, BlackBerry and satellite phones, and i-pods in India, the company will sell its signature "computer backpacks, i-phone, BlackBerry, notebook and camera cases at the mega lifestyle retail
A game change for mutual funds
Sebi’s decision to abolish entry loads has given mutual funds a chance to relook their model which hasn’t caught the fancy of retail investors in a big way
What makes eBay India tick?
eBay India has worked towards evolving the e-commerce market. “One is, of course, the model that eBay has.
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The rapidly growing stable markets of southern India
Good Governance, and high levels of public security have contributed to the success of the southern states
About 30 of India’s top 112 cities are located in the four southern states—Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu; but the bulk of them are in India’s most urbanized large state, Tamil Nadu. About half of the state’s population lives in cities and most of these cities have a strong manufacturing base. While Chennai as the state capital is the financial and commercial hub, Thiruvallur also has a large tertiary sector.
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