China Retail Marketplace Discussed in In-demand Canadean Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
20 Aug 2013 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Hit by the recession, China’s retail market grew at a CAGR of more than 13 percent over 2007-2012. The local retail sector is characterized by a high level of fragmentation. The organized retail sector holds one fifth of the overall market.
The market is expected to grow at a CARG of over 13.5 percent through to 2017, mainly spurred by an increase in the retail spend on children’s categories, online sales boost and growing affordability of cell phones, among others. For instance, retail sales of the following children’s categories, such as toys and games, clothing and footwear, have demonstrated considerable growth in recent years. As a result, overseas luxury players (e.g. Armani and Gucci) created separate divisions in the country to get a share in the burgeoning kids’ market.
Market research report “The Future of Retailing in China to 2017” developed by Canadean offers a deep insight into China’s retail market. The study provides a bird’s eye view of the market; discloses consumer trends; reviews retailer trends ad innovations. The report casts light on local retail sales, and contains channel and category group analyses. Historical market data, information on the size as well as the development of individual product types’ retail sales, coverage of 25 products, future projections can be found in the research study, too.
The Future of Retailing in China to 2017
Published: July, 2013
Price: US$ 4,950.00
Other In-demand Retail Market Research Reports by Canadean Include:
- The Future of Retailing in the Netherlands to 2017
- The Future of Retailing in Chile to 2017
- The Future of Retailing in Saudi Arabia to 2017
- The Future of Retailing in South Korea to 2017
- The Future of Retailing in UAE to 2017
- The Future of Retailing in Venezuela to 2017
- The Future of Retailing in Malaysia to 2017
More market research reports by the publisher can be found at Canadean page.