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Non-Store Retailing in Nigeria

Non-store retailing current retail value growth of 24% in 2013 was fuelled by the rapid growth, over the last five years, of the internet retailing channel, which recorded current retail value growth ... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00

Sahad Stores Ltd in Retailing (Nigeria)

The company aims to widen its product portfolio in its existing stores, where it already sells electronics, grocery and apparel products and it also plans to open new outlets in every state in the cou... | more...

March 2014

$ 150.00

Retail Supermarkets Nigeria Ltd in Retailing (Nigeria)

Retail Supermarkets Nigeria Ltd, the national brand owner of Shoprite in Nigeria, has a long term vision to grow its supermarket chain in Nigeria to be as large, if not larger, than its South African ... | more...

March 2014

$ 150.00

Magnum Cash&Carry TOO in Retailing (Kazakhstan)

Magnum Cash&Carry focuses on high turnover, wide product assortment and the operation of large supermarkets and hypermarkets. The company tries to offer prices below the retail average in Kazakhstan. ... | more...

March 2014

$ 150.00

Maxima Latvija SIA in Retailing (Latvia)

Responding to strengthening consumer purchasing power, Maxima Latvia SIA plans to increase the number of its stores across the country, including both convenience stores and supermarkets. New stores a... | more...

March 2014

$ 150.00

Retailing in Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic’s fiscal deficit reached 6.6% of GDP in 2012, the highest level ever in its history. Late that year, the government began a harsh austerity drive to reduce the deficit and impro... | more...

March 2014

$ 1900.00

Retailing in Guatemala

Over the latter part of the review period Guatemala’s economy recovered from the worldwide economic downturn and became more stable. Remittances from the United States increased, which is still the mo... | more...

March 2014

$ 1900.00

Retailing in Kazakhstan

In 2013 retailing is set record stronger current value sales growth than the review period CAGR. Consumer habits are still evolving in Kazakhstan and consumers are gradually increasing their consumpti... | more...

March 2014

$ 1900.00

Retailing in Latvia

As one of the fastest growing economies in the EU for the third consecutive year, Latvia also saw one of the highest increases in retail sales in 2013. Persisting macro-economic stability and rising r... | more...

March 2014

$ 1900.00

Rimi Latvia SIA in Retailing (Latvia)

Encouraged by rising private spending, Rimi Latvia SIA continued to broaden its outlet network in 2013. By the end of the year, the company was preparing to convert several discounters into supermarke... | more...

March 2014

$ 150.00

Unisuper SA in Retailing (Guatemala)

Unisuper is the largest domestic supermarket operator in Guatemala. With its two brands, La Torre and Econosuper, the company has been able to capture a large share of supermarkets in the country. Ove... | more...

March 2014

$ 150.00

Wal-Mart Centroamérica SA in Retailing (Guatemala)

Wal-Mart Centroamérica is the formal retailer with the highest share in the country. An important strategy in 2012 was the unification of its formats at a regional level. With a presence in Central Am... | more...

March 2014

$ 150.00

Grupo Lama CxA in Retailing (Dominican Republic)

Grupo Lama will continue to open new outlets under its Hipermercado Plaza Lama (hypermarkets) and Super Lama (supermarkets) brands over the forecast period, while also expanding the product assortment... | more...

March 2014

$ 150.00

Grupo Ramos SA in Retailing (Dominican Republic)

Ramos will continue to invest in the expansion and diversification of its retail business over the forecast period. In particular, it will seek to strengthen its position in supermarkets, a channel wh... | more...

March 2014

$ 150.00

Grocery Retailers in Dominican Republic

Growth in total grocery retailers current value sales in 2013 was down on 2012, and also fell below the review period CAGR. Similar slowdowns were evident with regard to growth in total outlet numbers... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00

Grocery Retailers in Guatemala

In terms of grocery retailers, 2013 was a positive year in Guatemala. In 2013 the number of outlets grew by 4% and retail sales excluding sales tax posted a value increase of 9%. Modern channel grocer... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00

Grocery Retailers in Kazakhstan

In Kazakhstan, the economic environment and purchasing trends benefited modern grocery retailers more than traditional retailers in 2013. Further improvements in living standards boosted the interest ... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00

Grocery Retailers in Latvia

Healthy growth within the Latvian economy for a third consecutive year helped to boost real disposable incomes in 2013 and in-turn strengthened consumer purchasing power. The on-going economic revival... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00

Non-Store Retailing in Dominican Republic

Non-store retailing continued to have a very limited appeal in the Dominican Republic in 2013, accounting for just 3% of total retailing current value sales. Direct selling, the consumer base for whic... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00

Non-Store Retailing in Guatemala

In 2013 the non-store retailing channel registered 10% value growth and sales of GTQ7.5 billion. Internet retailing, even though in its initial phase, was the strongest growth category. Consumers are ... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00

Non-Store Retailing in Kazakhstan

The performance of non-store retailing remains largely dependent on direct selling. As a result, the slowdown in retail value growth in direct selling in 2013 had moderating effect on non-store retail... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00

Non-Store Retailing in Latvia

Non-store retailing recorded significantly faster growth than store-based retailing in 2013 as a growing number of consumers appreciate the convenience and broader variety of goods offered by internet... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00

Centro Cuesta Nacional in Retailing (Dominican Republic)

CCN is not expected to try and keep up with the aggressive expansion of its main rival Ramos in hypermarkets over the forecast period, but concentrate more on making the outlets it already operates in... | more...

March 2014

$ 150.00

Almacenes Iberia CxA in Retailing (Dominican Republic)

Hypermarkets operator Almacenes Iberia has historically been solely focused on the eastern region of the Dominican Republic, and it is not expected to expand into other parts of the country over the f... | more...

March 2014

$ 150.00

Direct Selling in Mexico

Some direct sellers are increasingly focused on multichannel distribution. One example of this is Price Shoes, a shoes and personal accessories company which opened its 12th store in December 2012. Al... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00

Grocery Retailers in Azerbaijan

2013 retailing is expected to experience almost similar trends to those observed in 2012, as grocery retailers benefited from stable demand as consumers were not tempted to drastically limit their spe... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00

Retailing in Azerbaijan

Given the stabilising economy in Azerbaijan, the retailing environment in 2013 registered higher growth than the review period average. Furthermore, launching shopping centres, fashionable outlets, ch... | more...

March 2014

$ 1900.00

Internet Retailing in Mexico

Food and drink internet retailing posted outstanding growth in 2012 and 2013. Working females in urban centres with a busy lifestyle find it convenient and time saving to purchase groceries online. It... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00

Homeshopping in Mexico

Homeshopping grew by 6% and 5% in value terms in 2012 and 2013, respectively, registering lower rates than in previous periods. This slowdown can be attributed to an increase in internet retailing pen... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00

Grocery Retailers in Mexico

In the second half of 2011 new legislation, called Norma 29, aimed to prevent the expansion of modern retailers in residential areas and secondary streets of Mexico City. This restriction looked after... | more...

March 2014

$ 900.00