FDI in Retail Sector Presentation Transcript
1.FDI in Retail Sector India
2.FLOW OF PRESENTATION
3.AN OVERVIEW of RETAIL SECTOR
4.Generation of Employment by Retailing
5.Organized Retailing as a % of total Retailing
6.Retailing & India Largest private industry in India 2nd Largest Employer after agriculture Contributes 10% of GDP Highest Retail outlet density in the World Growth @ 2% (1995-2005)
7. Segment-wise recent trends and development in retailing
8.EVOLUTION OF INDIAN RETAIL
9.Classifying Indian retail
10.Categories of Indian retail
11.Large Indian retailers
12.FDI in Indian retailing
13.Entry Routes of Foreign Retailers
14.Entry Routes of Foreign Retailers
15.COMPANIES WHO WANT TO ENTER INDIAN RETAIL MARKET 16.WHY FDI SHOULD BE PERMITTED?
17.WHY FDI SHOULD BE PERMITTED?
18.WHY FDI SHOULD BE PERMITTED? Manpower and skill development Through retail training Greater managerial talent inflow from other countries Tourism Development A strong retailing sector boosts tourism as seen from the experience of Singapore and Dubai Investment in whole supply chain Improved product basket from India for exports Long term benefits Up-gradation of agriculture Development of efficient small and medium size industries
19.CONCLUSION FDI in retailing would surely an advantage to India and it would also help India in becoming 'developed country'. As the people also accept the retailing it will be an advantage to them also. So the government should also open the retail sector to the foreign investment, as it also serves as an employment generator. So, 'FDI in retailing is the need of the hour'
20.RECOMMENDATIONS Allow FDI in Retailing First bring foreign companies in less sensitive sector. FDI regime should be gradual Invest in supply chain infrastructure Provide retailers with easy access to finance