(Repeats story issued on Sunday) * Clogged roads and creaking railways hinder supply * Need for expertise likely to spur local tie-ups * Traditional methods, lack of chilling creates 30 pct waste By Henry Foy MUMBAI, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Seven years ago, when India's Future Group retail giant sent shipments from Mumbai on the country's west coast to Kolkata in the north-east, the products took 10 nervous days to arrive. "You sent the goods, and until you received them, you just ...
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