Indians protest new supermarket rules
Fri, 21 Sep 2012 12:21p.m.
Thousands of Indians have been protesting at their government's decision to allow international supermarket chains to open in the country.
Mega shops like Wal-Mart can now buy controlling stakes in Indian retailers, but small business owners are worried that will lead to a loss in revenue and jobs.
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22/09/2012 11:46:07 p.m.
How ironic that they complain- India you took colleagues jobs away through outsourcing, welcome to globalisation.
22/09/2012 2:07:43 p.m.
Well we have to put up with all our call centers going to India, now your turn to feel competition..
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