Some of the optimism surrounding Snowman rubbed off on Gati, Blue Dart and Transport Corporation, which gained 5-7%.
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- ‘Made in China’ Now Being Made in Africa 0
- Fashion brands pledge to end sourcing fibres from endangered forests 0
- Volkswagen to increase local parts sourcing in India 0
- Inspections a blessing for garment factories 0
- Gap Gambles on Myanmar 0
After confirming its interest in sourcing in India in July, Japanese clothing giant Uniqlo now plans to open 100 stores of its casual wear chain in India.
- Redmart’s e-commerce goal scores $23m from Alibaba investor Softbank, Facebook co-founder Saverin 0
- Walmart Asia Multi-Platform Waste Reduction Program Delivers 0
- The nation’s 5,000th 7-eleven opens in Kaohsiung 0
- New Models And Concepts Needed For Asia-Pacific Supply Chains 0
- Tesco talks up supply chain in Asia 0
- Wal-Mart plans 50 more India wholesale outlets 0
- Tesco announces joint venture with Tata to enter India retail market 0
- Carrefour admits expansion challenges in China 0