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Global Retail Expansion
at a Crossroads
#GRDI2016
The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™
The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™
In the GRDI’s 15 years, one thing
has remained fairly constant:
retail in develo...
The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™
International retailers
continue to rely on
developing markets
to fuel growth, b...
The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™
The 2016 GRDI continues to
reflect the struggles many
markets face with shifting...
The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™
Asia Pacific has four
of the top five countries
in the GRDI—including
#1 China a...
The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™
China is one of
the most attractive
global retail markets
in the world as the
ma...
The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™
In India, improved ease of
doing business and better
clarity regarding foreign
d...
The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™
Slowing and devalued currencies have
hurt Eastern Europe, but Kazakhstan and
Tur...
UAE (7th) remains
an attractive,
low-risk market,
while Saudi Arabia
(8th) continues to
draw in retailers
with its solid
d...
The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™
With turmoil in some
major Latin America
markets, Peru cracks
the top 10 of the
...
Brazil’s 20th-place ranking
reflects the political and
economic instability that
has rocked the country in
the past year.
...
Sub-Saharan
Africa’s
unmistakable
potential is
reflected in the six
countries ranked in
the GRDI: Nigeria, Côte
d’Ivoire, ...
For more information about
A.T. Kearney’s 2016 Global Retail
Development Index, please visit:
www.atkearney.com/consumer-p...
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Global Retail Expansion at a Crossroads: The 2016 Global Retail Development Index | A.T. Kearney

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The 2016 GRDI study finds that retail in developing markets will continue to grow, following the path it has been on since our first GRDI 15 years ago. Avoiding the pitfalls of shifting retail markets, however, will require a strategic mindset about expansion. Each market has unique challenges and unique opportunities. A careful look will help uncover both, and guide retailers on the path to success.

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Global Retail Expansion at a Crossroads: The 2016 Global Retail Development Index | A.T. Kearney

  1. 1. Global Retail Expansion at a Crossroads #GRDI2016 The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™
  2. 2. The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™ In the GRDI’s 15 years, one thing has remained fairly constant: retail in developing countries has seen excellent growth.
  3. 3. The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™ International retailers continue to rely on developing markets to fuel growth, but doing it right is never easy. Some bets have paid off, while others have faltered.
  4. 4. The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™ The 2016 GRDI continues to reflect the struggles many markets face with shifting economic and political realities, and it also highlights the regions that offer long-term opportunities.
  5. 5. The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™ Asia Pacific has four of the top five countries in the GRDI—including #1 China and #2 India— thanks to a combination of large populations and high growth.
  6. 6. The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™ China is one of the most attractive global retail markets in the world as the market shifts from investment-driven to consumer consumption- driven.
  7. 7. The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™ In India, improved ease of doing business and better clarity regarding foreign direct investment has made it more attractive to global retailers.
  8. 8. The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™ Slowing and devalued currencies have hurt Eastern Europe, but Kazakhstan and Turkey are ranked in the top 10 thanks to their solid outlooks.
  9. 9. UAE (7th) remains an attractive, low-risk market, while Saudi Arabia (8th) continues to draw in retailers with its solid demographics. The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™
  10. 10. The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™ With turmoil in some major Latin America markets, Peru cracks the top 10 of the GRDI behind free trade stimulus and steady growth.
  11. 11. Brazil’s 20th-place ranking reflects the political and economic instability that has rocked the country in the past year. The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™
  12. 12. Sub-Saharan Africa’s unmistakable potential is reflected in the six countries ranked in the GRDI: Nigeria, Côte d’Ivoire, Zambia, South Africa, Ghana, and Kenya. The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™
  13. 13. For more information about A.T. Kearney’s 2016 Global Retail Development Index, please visit: www.atkearney.com/consumer-products-retail/ global-retail-development-index/ #GRDI2016 The 2016 Global Retail Development Index™

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