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Friday, 22nd June 2007

The 2007 Global Retail Development Index

The 2007 Global Retail Development Index
Source: A.T. Kearney
From press release:

As larger cities in India, China and Russia reach retail saturation, some retailers are entering countries through smaller second- and third-tier cities where consumers are ready to embrace Western-style retail concepts and products thanks to the influence of television, movies and the Internet.

This is one of the findings of the sixth annual Global Retail Development Index™ (GRDI), a study of retail investment attractiveness among 30 emerging markets conducted by management consulting firm A.T. Kearney.

Published since 2001, the GRDI helps retailers prioritize their global development strategies by ranking emerging countries based on a set of 25 variables including economic and political risk, retail market attractiveness, retail saturation levels, and the difference between gross domestic product growth and retail growth. The GRDI focuses on opportunities for mass merchant and food retailers, which are typically the bellwether for modern retailing concepts in a country.

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