The world’s biggest luxury conglomerate – LVMH buying a stake in a non-luxury homespun label built by the Bissels – Fabindia is not that many would had thought of. But then the L Capital Asia – the Private Equity arm of LVMH formed with a corpus fund of $640 million to invest in local brands primarily in China and India has done just that – taken up 8% stake in Fabindia.
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