Customers browse in a Mumbai shoe shop. Indian landlords are being forced to negotiate with tenants – or face leaving valuable real estate lying idle. Photo: Reuters Customers browse in a Mumbai shoe shop. Indian landlords are being forced to negotiate with tenants – or face leaving valuable real estate lying idle. Photo: Reuters
Customers browse in a Mumbai shoe shop. Indian landlords are being forced to negotiate with tenants – or face leaving valuable real estate lying idle. Photo: Reuters

In sign of downturn, Indian retail landlords finally capitulate on price

Customers browse in a Mumbai shoe shop. Indian landlords are being forced to negotiate with tenants – or face leaving valuable real estate lying idle. Photo: Reuters Customers browse in a Mumbai shoe shop. Indian landlords are being forced to negotiate with tenants – or face leaving valuable real estate lying idle. Photo: Reuters
Customers browse in a Mumbai shoe shop. Indian landlords are being forced to negotiate with tenants – or face leaving valuable real estate lying idle. Photo: Reuters
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