Germany’s diversified Bosch Group is considering to take advantage of the liberalisation of retail FDI policy in India. It has been announced that the company is planning to set up its own stores in the country for household appliances business. With this, BSH becomes the second consumer electronics maker after UK-based Dyson to show interest in retail FDI in India. The liberalisation of the FDI policy has been a positive development for the company. As Bosch Group is planning to delve on setting up their own stores, this is a big business opportunity for the signage companies with knack of handling on-store projects.
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