What is Flipkart? | CNBC Explains
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What is Flipkart? | CNBC Explains

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It’s India’s largest online retailer and in 2018, retail giant Walmart announced its intent to acquire a controlling stake in the company for $16 billion, making this … .

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42 thoughts on “What is Flipkart? | CNBC Explains

  1. CNBC just by manipulating asians by showing visuals from backward region while they have nothing to do with video , you are loosing the love of major audience ( in billions ) , but thats okay … maybe that the reason why indian news channels have 40 million+ subscribers and you just have 1 million …

  2. Dont just run a story with minimal data and video to show, please use a related video and not just show random street and shop.
    The quality of content by CNBC videos have degraded a lot, i am taking in general not specific to this video

  3. Do not order anything to Flipkart in India. They just do not deliver items and cancels them after more than a month. They could not deliver Sanitizer, Mask and hand gloves etc which are COVID related items. There website was showing that item has reached x y z places and shipped. After that silence and cancelling and refunding. Same items are now available in Flipkart and they are offering to customers. Shear inconvenience and suffering due to their failure. They could have send an email saying due to lockdown the delivery will be delayed.

  4. Just the same way I saw testimony of how Austin helped a man make -$50,000 weekly Profit I tried now am also sharing my testimony with over,$10,000 from the company thanks for the good did she has done for me for this short period of time

  5. For all the people complaining about why not shooting in Bangalore – Guys Flipkart caters to a huge Indian population and in fact they have recently increased their focus on Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities. For a company having just its corporate office in Bangalore but catering to the masses, I don't think there is any issue with what is shown in the video.

  6. India should break their reliance on Western tech company and try to create their own like what China did. They have the potential to create trillion dollar tech company give their domestic market size

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