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  • India's luxury market is being held back
  • India's luxury market is being held back
    Harsha K R ©
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India's luxury market is being held back

A new study from ASSOCHAM-KPMG has revealed that a lack of quality retail space is having a negative effect on the Indian luxury market. The study claims that there is a need for more modernised and dedicated luxury retail areas in order for the sector to flourish.

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