Shrikhande, Govind
September 2009
Siliconindia;Sep2009, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p40
The article reports on the performance of the retail industry in India. The economic crisis and the terrorist attacks in Mumbai resulted to the decline of its gross domestic product (GDP) growth from eight to nine percent to 6.5%. However, it is anticipated that the industry will see positive growth in the coming third quarter of 2009.


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