Asia Pacific Property Digest, the quarterly report of JLL India, states that the foreign retailers may postpone their India Entry by one or two years.
With the foreign direct investment policy of the central government, the realty developers were expecting foreign retailers to set up their outlets and stores in India. Developers thought they could find some takers for their vacant spaces in their shopping mall projects. Continue reading →
According to the report of CBRE, foreign retailers are set to demand for more retail space in India. According to the report Mumbai and Delhi are the two most favorite destinations of the foreign retailers.
Foreign retailers across the globe are flowing to India now. The rising population in India in fact prompts them to set up stores in the Subcontinent. The rising income level is another factor which prompts them to set up more stores here. Continue reading →
The demand for office space will be driven by the foreign retailers who now plan to expand their stores in India.
The expansion plan of the foreign retailers like Starbucks, will boost the demand for office space in India.
Office space will be more demanded in the major cities where the foreign retailers plan to expand their offices. According to the market intelligence report there are many foreign retailers who will drive the demand for office space with their expansion policies.
Gron Stockholm, Hamleys, Hennes and Mauritz (H&M), Lacoste and Starbucks are a few among the many foreign retailers who set to expand and establish their business empire in India.