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Metro Kolkata to launch without a fresh vegetable offer
Posted On: 10-07-2008 09:05:29 AM

German wholesaler Metro Cash and Carry is set to launch its 100,000 sq. ft outlet in Kolkata in a couple of months. But it might have to start without fresh produce, a key offering, because West Bengal’s agricultural marketing board has refused to allow it to trade in fresh fruits and vegetables. Metro had made a formal application to the agricultural marketing board two weeks ago for its permission to trade in farm products, but the company has been told it wouldn’t be permitted to do so. In West Bengal, wholesale trade in farm produce cannot take place outside markets administered by the agricultural marketing board.

 
 
 

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