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FDI in retail and its effects.

  1. 1. FDI in RETAIL and its effects A Presentation By: Ashhadul Islam Shaikh Muntajibuddin Irfan Pathan
  2. 2. CONTENTS • What is RETAIL ? • What is FDI ? • Points of proposed FDI in RETAIL • Positive impacts of FDI • Negative impacts of FDI • Conclusions
  3. 3. FDI in Retail What is Retail? ● Sale of goods from individuals or businesses to the End user. ●Ends of supply chain. ●Types of Retail.
  4. 4. FDI in Retail What is FDI? ●Direct investment into another country. ●Methods: ◦Incorporating ◦Acquiring shares ◦Merger or acquisition ◦Participating
  5. 5. Points of proposed FDI in RETAIL • 51% FDI in multi brand Retail. • 100% FDI in single brand Retail. • Minimum Investment $100 million. • 50% in improving the back end infrastructure. • 30% raw materials from the small and medium enterprises. • In cities with a minimum population of 10 lakhs.
  6. 6. Positive impacts of FDI ●Create huge employment. ●Prices will come down. ●Farmers to get benefited. ●Benefit for stressed companies. ●Growth of Indian Retail sector.
  7. 7. Negative imacts of FDI • Displace the unorganized retailers. • Kill local shops and millions of jobs. • Marginalize domestic entrepreneurs. • Create unemployment. • Creates monopoly. • Kills Entrepreneurial talent.
  8. 8. Political view’s on FDI
  9. 9. Conclusions • Have positive as well as negative effects. • Positive points are more power full. • Good for Indian Retail industry but with some recommendations: ◦Regulatory frame work. ◦Re-employment. ◦Growth in manufacturing. ◦Reservation policy. ◦Regulatory authority.
  10. 10. References • Ministry of Finance, Report of the economic survey, Government of India, New Delhi (2003-04) • Political Economy Journal of India. • Economic and Political Weekly. • Indian Economic review. • Journal of International Economics. • The Economic Times. • The Times of India. • The Business Standard. • Report of The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Commerce 2009.
  11. 11. Thank You ,Forum is open for Questions………

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