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Future Retail Misses Interest Payment Due On USD Notes Due To Covid Stress
Future Retail Says Gets SIAC Court Notice that Arbitration by Amazon Will Proceed
India's Future Retail Reports Sept Qtr Consol Net Loss 6.92 Bln Rupees
Future Retail Limited is an India-based company, which is engaged in the business of retailing a range of household and consumer products through departmental store facilities under various formats. The Company is primarily engaged in the business of multi-brand retail trade. The Company has access to approximately 20 compact hypermarket easyday stores and over 210 supermarket easyday stores. Its retail formats primarily consists of value business and home business. In its value business, the Company formats include Big Bazaar, a hypermarket format; Food Bazaar, a supermarket; fbb, a fashion destination; Foodhall, a supermarket, and easyday convenient stores. In its home business, the Company operates Home Town, a one-shop destination for home improvement, and eZone, a consumer durable and electronics chain.
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Chairman of the Board, Group Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director
C P. Toshniwal
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Joint Managing Director, Director
Rajan Bharti Mittal
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Shares in Future Group companies jumped 5% on Thursday after Indian stock exchanges approved the group's $3.4 billion deal to sell its retail assets to Mukesh Ambani-led conglomerate Reliance Industries.
India's Future Group expects swift regulatory approval of its $3.4 billion deal to sell its retail assets, its chief executive said, even as its warring business partner Amazon.com Inc intensifies efforts to block the deal.
The High Court of Delhi on Monday left it to regulators to decide the fate of the $3.38 billion sale of Future Group's retail assets to Reliance Industries Ltd, but allowed U.S. partner Amazon.com Inc to raise objections to it.
Indian shares jumped to a record high on Wednesday, led by gains in heavyweights Reliance Industries and HDFC Bank, as hopes for vaccine approvals in the second worst coronavirus-hit nation boosted investor sentiment.
Jeff Bezos and Mukesh Ambani, two of the world's richest men, face a turning point in a battle for preeminence in India's booming, nearly trillion-dollar retail market.
India's National Stock Exchange (NSE) privately warned Future Retail it risked regulatory action for not making timely market disclosures about efforts by Amazon.com to block a disputed asset sale, according to e-mails reviewed by Reuters.
India's antitrust body on Friday cleared conglomerate Reliance Industries' $3.4 billion deal to buy Future Group's retail assets, thwarting Amazon.com's efforts to block the deal.
India's antitrust body on Friday cleared oil-to-telecom giant Reliance Industries' <RELI.NS> bid to buy Future group's retail assets even as Amazon.com <AMZN.O> sought to block the potential deal, alleging contractual violations by the latter.
Amazon.com Inc has asked India's market regulator to investigate Future Retail Ltd for insider trading, a letter seen by Reuters showed, as it seeks to prevent its business partner from becoming part of rival Reliance's empire.
India's Future Retail Ltd communicated with Reliance Industries on an arbitration order related to its dispute with Amazon.com Inc for a "legitimate purpose", the company said on Wednesday.
* Amazon in spat over Future's sale of retail assets to Reliance
Future Retail has challenged its partner Amazon.com Inc in a New Delhi court to stop interfering in its $3.4 billion asset sale deal, the Indian company said in a statement on Saturday.
India's Future Retail Ltd (FRL) said on Sunday that a Singapore arbitrator's order in its dispute with Amazon.com Inc is not enforceable under Indian law and not binding on the company.
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Amazon.com Inc <AMZN.O> has complained to India's market regulator that its local partner Future Retail Ltd <FRTL.NS> misled shareholders by incorrectly saying it was complying with its contractual obligations to the U.S. e-commerce giant, a letter seen by Reuters shows.
India's Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) will consult the market regulator and seek clarifications from Future Retail <FRTL.NS> and Reliance Industries <RELI.NS> about their $3.4 billion transaction, following Amazon's objection to the deal, an exchange source said.
India's Future Retail Ltd (FRL) will go into liquidation if its deal to sell assets to Reliance Industries fails, the group told a Singapore arbitrator while arguing against Amazon.com Inc's bid to scupper the deal, a legal order seen by Reuters showed.
Future Retail said on Monday it was examining an order by an arbitration panel to put on hold its $3.38 billion asset sale to Reliance Industries, and would take steps in enforcement proceedings to close the deal without delay.
Amazon.com Inc <AMZN.O> has invested 7 billion rupees ($95.51 million) in its Indian payments unit, ahead of the festive season, data from business intelligence firm Tofler showed.
India's Future Retail Ltd shares fell 9% on Thursday after Amazon.com Inc sent a legal notice to Future Group, alleging the retailer's $3.38 billion asset sale to Reliance Industries breached an agreement with the e-commerce giant.
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