India opens to global supermarkets
Large international supermarket chains can now open up in India following a government decision.
India's retail market is estimated to generate $450bn each year.
Opening up the market to foreign players is being seen as a way to increase efficiency in the food supply chain but small businesses fear they will be driven out of business.
Sanjoy Majumder reports from Delhi.
- 25 November 2011
- BBC News