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BreadTalk India set for debut on Wednesday

BreadTalk India is about to open its first store, in the capital New Delhi.

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Keppel Land reveals first Indian investment

Keppel Land, the property subsidiary of Singaporean conglomerate Keppel Corporation, is in a partnership to develop its first commercial property in India.

Metro Cash & Carry

Metro Cash and Carry India plans smaller stores

Metro Cash and Carry India is turning to smaller stores to speed up its network rollout as it tries to reach profitability.

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Samara Capital and Amazon buy More India

Samara Capital, a private equity company, has teamed with Amazon to buy Indian grocery retailer More from Aditya Birla Retail.

House of Masaba

Singapore pop-up store for House of Masaba

Designer Masaba Gupta’s House of Masaba will open a pop-up shop in an Indian restaurant, Yantra, on Saturday.

Watasale

First cashier-free store in India opens

The first automated, cashier-free store in India has opened its doors.

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Samsung India opens largest store yet

Samsung India has opened its largest store worldwide in a former opera house.

Manish Arora

Manish Arora eyes 200 new stores in Asia, Europe, Middle East

Indian designer Manish Arora is planning 200 new standalone stores in Asia and Europe – yet he has no exclusive stores in his home market.

Reverie bedding

Bedding firm Reverie eyes Asian opportunities

Bedding firm Reverie is moving to expand internationally via partnerships with retailers and distributors around the world.

Alexander-McQueen

India’s DLF malls to open standalone luxury stores

India’s DLF malls will be opening standalone stores for luxury fashion houses Alexander McQueen and Yves Saint Laurent.

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Amazon India, Samara Group buy Indian supermarket chain

Samara Capital and Amazon will acquire food and grocery retail chain More from Aditya Birla Group.

Costa coffee

Coca-Cola to pay US$5.1 billion for Costa Coffee

Coca-Cola has agreed to buy UK cafe chain Costa Coffee from listed hotel operator Whitbread for US$5.1 billion.

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