first_imgWith 12 million stores, four times as many as in China, India offers a store for every 90 people, the highest shop density in the world. By contrast, America has 1 store for every 250 people while Singapore and the United Kingdom offer a store for every 200 people. We are not talking Tiffanies here. Most Indian stores – every panwalla and kirana store counts – are tiny; some 96% are less than 500 sq ft. Related Itemslast_img