ve to be innovative as well as keep a close watch on the quality. Today the consumer has good number of options to choose from and now the benchmark will be of quality products. Though we are expecting a large amount of inflow of goods and products, we should see that there should not be any kind of dumping," said, Sushil Dungarwal, Chief of Staff, Haiko Supermarket.

In the next couple of months, a significant part of the markets will be covered, which will in a way effect the indigenous market. Now the retailers will have a huge range of merchandise to play with, which will transform the market like never before. "Only 3% of imported merchandise was available in our outlet, but with QR being lifted, we are hoping to spare 20 % of our space to imported goods and products, that too by the end of this year. Though it seems, that the supermarkets are gaining, but in reality, it is the consumer, who is spending money in order to sell his product. At the end of the day, what we earn is not even 4 - 5 %, as for any super market guy, the overhead expenses are every high compared to any local grocer," added Dungarwal.

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