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The IntelliNews Polish Retail Sector Report offers an extensive summary of the most recent topics related to the Polish retail market, segmented into food, clothing, appliances, books and media, construction materials and furniture stores, as well as filling stations. It includes a complete coverage of the latest market developments and news, accompanied by thorough statistics and comments. The report pays particular attention to new development projects and investment inflows in the sector. This sector report is ideal to keep you abreast on recent company and industry news. Written by local professionals, it is a unique market and business intelligence analysis, tailored to save time by providing in-depth information, while helping you to make confident and informed business decisions.

Summary
The Japanese earthquake-and-nuclear plant problems, coupled with unrest in Northern Africa have unsurprisingly had an impact on Poles’ sentiments and purchasing patterns – as did surging food prices. At the same time, the labour market has begun to show first signs of seasonal improvement, with similar signals coming from consumer and business sentiment indicators. Another reason for customer cautiousness came from macroeconomic developments, as – even though the GDP growth remains robust, public spending is cut due to burgeoning deficits. http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/retail-market-research-report/intellinews-polish-retail-sector-report.html

The labour market is also showing signs of improvement, with the jobless rate inching down (at least due to seasonal factors). The signals coming from business and consumer climate indicators are not unanimous, but none of them heralds dire problems – on the contrary, they may be treated as a springboard for (cautious) hope. Poland featured 8,178,100 sqm GLA of state-of-the-art shopping centres’ space at the end of 2010. At the end of 2010, there was 700.000 sqm GLA of such space under construction, of which 63.5% was located in mid-sized and small cities/ towns. These data prove that the big-cities market is actually saturated – perhaps with the exception of discount stores network that are set to keep growing both in big and small residential areas. market research book

In microeconomic view, most segments’ enterprises have reported an improvement in their results in 2010 – this concerns even the clothing segment, which has experienced the most dire situation in the last few years. Hence, announcing expansion plans has become quite common – with both organic growth and further acquisitions in the pipeline, both in Poland and abroad.

Table of Contents:
Executive Summary
Hypermarkets,supermarkets, discount stores
Clothing, clothing accessories and textile stores
Electronics and domestic appliances
Newstands and bookshops
Pharmaceuticals, cosmetics stores
Construction materials,
DIY and furniture stores
Petrol stations
E-commerce
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