If GST comes, Flipkart to have its biggest facility in Nagpur (22Nov2015)

August 2016
Logistics -the Nagpur Advantage;8/30/2016, p1
The article presents the views of Sandeep Karwa, director retail of electronic commerce firm Flipkart, regarding the establishment of facility in Nagpur, India after the implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) and mentions that a logistics requires a demand centre and a supply centre.


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