India's small retailers feel the squeeze

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India's traditional markets and family-run stores are already feeling the squeeze as consumers gravitate towards bigger retailers.

Now they have to fear the imminent arrival of the big international supermarket chains, as the government opens up India's economy.

Shilpa Kannan reports on the political controversy over the government's plans.

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