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Metro Cash & Carry is looking at raising $300-400 million from a strategic investor after its German parent Metro AG declined to infuse fresh funds for its expansion in India. Meanwhile, the Indian rupee sliding to an all-time low is often considered a boon for India’s exports. Read more on these in our top headlines.

Metro Cash & Carry may offer control to investor to fund expansion

Metro Cash & Carry is looking at raising $300-400 million from a strategic investor after its German parent Metro AG declined to infuse fresh funds for its expansion in India. The company is

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First Published: May 21 2022 | 8:08 AM IST

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