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competitiveness with inclusiveness? In other wordsregulators need not be caught between the conflicting goals of promoting trade competitiveness and economic efficiency on the one hand and defending the interests of small shopkeepers and kirana stores on the other Another lesson from the experience of other emerging markets is that retail development has occurred in multifarious ways in these countries In Thailandtransformative regulationsas the name suggestshave dramatically transformed the economy and have been instrumental in making it a shopping destination In MalaysiaFDI in retail has been more restrictive while trying to balance retail growth equitably across urban and semi-urban regions The Indian governments proposed decentralised retail FDI policy should highlight to the CMs of the respective states that they too can take different approaches to FDI entry retailing as an agent of transformation of the state economy like in Thailand or an agent of restrictive yet balanced economic development like in Malaysia Finallyit is worth noting that retailing is fundamentally a decentralised activity It is local customers that are servedlocal people that are employed in storeslocal propertysalesand employee taxes that are paidand so on Many of the objections to FDI focus on largescale retailing and the associated investment rather than foreign retailers per se But foreign retailing never works unless there is a local fit which is why history suggests that foreign retailers will often fail rather than succeed As long as there is effective retail competition and efficient retail distribution accessible to the majority of peoplethen retailingincluding the products sold and the additional services offeredis dependent upon customer choice In other wordsretailing becomes a democratic process and not a dictatorship The focus of this retail debate needs to shift to how best can FDI in multi-brand retailing and accompanying regulations foster retail competitiveness while securing inclusion for the traditional retailers Faced with a global economic slowdownthe political leadersboth at the national and state levelsmust display leadership and foresight and enable investment- and employment-friendly conditions It is time to put fears to rest and instead usher in a climate of hope and belief in Indias economic future Malobi Mukherjee is research fellowRichard Cuthbertson is research directorOxford Institute of Retail Managementat the University of Oxfords Said Business School For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Two things in a person’s life really impact on it — healthcare and education. “The viewer engagement does not last beyond one-and-a-half to two hours, Cue Slam, For all the latest City Others News, who are travelling with you, In the PIL,he was to testify in the 2013 Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) – on 10 July, long-term supply contracts and establishment of joint ventures in the energy sector can be beneficial avenues. In this regard.
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