Indian government’s decision to allow more retail FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) was passed in the Lok Sabha. New retail FDI bill gives some rays of hope to troubling mall owners.
The approval of more Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail policy by the Lok Sabha (LS) fills some hopes to the mall owners. They expect to reduce the vacant space as the foreigners will have permission to run shops in India.
With the shopping-mall development boom there has been excess of retail space in all major cities of India. This was comparatively higher in New Delhi and Mumbai. The situation left the mall owners to struggle with the excess of retail space which remain vacant. Continue reading