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Why are Indian farmers so infuriated with Reliance's agritech plans?
The new laws seem to be more focused on the instant deregulation of Indian agriculture rather than providing a methodical and inclusive process for figuring out how to protect 700 million-plus Indians, who barely eke out a living through farming.
Guess who looks more like a global, octopus-like Amazon in India? (Hint: It isn't Amazon)
E-commerce giants like Amazon and Flipkart may soon not be able to compete with Reliance's interlocking new-era businesses. However, for that to happen, Reliance will need to think and act like a firm that genuinely innovates.
Fear and loathing in India: BJP insists Amazon, Flipkart adopt new e-commerce rules by Feb. 1
Opinion: Reeling from defeats in local elections and also hoping to curry favour from a large vote bank of shopkeepers and tradespeople before national elections in a few months, India's BJP government insists that Flipkart and Amazon migrate to new rules almost overnight, causing losses that may amount to as much as 40 percent of revenues.