The grocery industry is a complex one, with many competing interests.
In the long run, the biggest differences between these groups are that Indian supermarkets are not as big as their Chinese counterparts, and that the grocery industry in India is a relatively small one, according to an article by the Times of India.
The Times of Indian newspaper said that the largest Indian supermarket chain Indiatamparts, was the third largest in terms of sales in 2016, and has a market cap of around Rs 2,500 crore ($33 million).
This means that its revenues were almost a third of that of its Chinese competitor.
While there are some major differences in terms the size of the grocery chain and the way it operates, the article said that Indiatamps main rival in India’s grocery market is the Chinese grocery company Lotte.
Lotte is the biggest grocery store chain in the world, and it operates over 2,000 stores in more than 50 countries.
The company’s sales are almost 10 times that of Indiatams rival.
According to the Times, the market cap for Lotte is around Rs 3,400 crore ($5.6 billion).