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Highlights • Indian retail industry has developed as one of the most dynamic and fast-paced industries and gained 5th position in world retail space. • Indian’s retail sector is experiencing exponential growth and is expected to reach $1.1 trillion by 2020 due to demography and internet penetration. • The acquisition of Kishore Biyani’s Future Group by the Colossus, Reliance Retail for INR 24,731 Crore, shall make DMart a distant second in a...

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Introduction There has been immense debate about the Government’s ambitious target in the Union Budget 2019 of making India a $5 trillion economy by 2024. In the current environment of economic slowdown due to pandemic, this outlook now seems even more ambitious. However, India is fundamentally well-poised for a persistent growth drive; which makes Lakewater trust India’s growth story and be certain of it to be a dark horse. The target is challenging but Indian economy...

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Highlights • Past few years have seen robust investments in the power and infrastructure sectors. This has supported the growth of wires and cables market, along with government incentives. • The manufacturing base comprises 1/3rd of the unorganized sector of the wires and cables sector, the remaining 2/3rd is dominated by few major players. Polycab holds a ~18% market share of the organized sector. • Vast distribution network has helped Polycab to...

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Large-cap companies represent a certain amount of stability, being major players that have been in the market for a long time, and rarely prone to sudden changes. Specifically, for this reason, any change in the composition of the top bracket in terms of companies or sectors also indicate strong winds of change in the market, reflecting the emergence of new business areas or innovation in business models. ...

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Introduction Here are some common myths surrounding family-run businesses. ‘’It is impossible for a family business to run successfully for more than two generations’’. ‘’Family business means bad decisions, conservative outlook, and slow progress’’. ‘’Most family-run businesses are led badly and are under-governed’’. Each of the statements above has been proven wrong by the family businesses running in India like the Ambani’s or the Birla’s. However, the Bajaj Group is not to be...

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