Italy Retail Market Performance Analysed by BMI in Its Topical Research Report Recently Published at

18 Jun 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – During this year, Italy is likely to fully recover from a 3-year recession, spurred by a numer of favourable factors, including continuously improving credit conditions, European Central Bank quantitative easing, growth of disposable incomes and weaker euro, among others. January and February of the year 2015 saw positive growth of retail sales in Italy.

This year, real GDP growth is likely to set at 0.5%; and in the year 2016, real GDP growth is expected to reach 1%. Nevertheless, long-term growth potential is rather uncertain. Consumer spending is expected to be boosted by wages growth, improving employment rate and loosening of lending in 2015. Presently, household spending on retail items is gradually improving stef for step with the country’s economy strengthening.

Insightful market research report “Italy Retail Report Q3 2015” elaborated by Business Monitor International (BMI) uncovers trustworthy information on the historical and current performance of the Italian retail sector.

The cutting-edge research report draws up a whole picture of the Italian retail market scenario. The publication provides SWOT analysis, uncovers political and economic factors shaping the market in the country. Moreover, market risks and rewards are carefully scrutinised in the report. Also, the report carefully investigates the competitive landscape of the Italian retail market. Historical and current statistics on expenditures on household goods, food, drinks, tobacco, clothing, footwear and personal care goods in Italy is disclosed in the study along with forecasts till 2019.

Report Details:

Italy Retail Report Q3 2015
Date: May, 2015
Pages: 67
Price: US$ 1,295.00

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