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Grocery retailing in Russia’s Siberian Federal District July 2013The development of grocery retailing in the Siberian Federal District is marked by further market consolidation. Thus, in the end of 2012 the Novosibirsk-based Holiday Classic company made a decision to acquire the Omsk-based chain of supermarkets operating
12% increase in overall retail market in Russian federal districts in 2012 June 2013The Central Federal District is traditionally the leader in terms of retail turnover, as it boasts one-third of the country’s sales. In addition, the district is almost twice as large as the Volga Federal District, the second-largest retail market
Supermarkets led the field on the modern grocery retail market in Ukraine in 2011 January 2013The supermarket is the most prominent, and, at the same time, the most popular modern store format among Ukrainians. Outlets of this kind are widespread in the country, and they are close to residential areas and are relatively small. Over the last few
Ukrainian retail trade continues to grow December 2012In 2011 the Ukrainian retail market, which increased by almost 27% year on year, was worth UAH 571bn ($72bn). PMR estimates that the market will continue to increase further from 2012 onwards. The growth rates are, however, expected to be lower than those
Moscow and St. Petersburg, two biggest cities in Russia had 3.2 and 1.7 million m2 of GLA respectively October 2012Moscow and St. Petersburg, two biggest cities in Russia, have also the biggest number of shopping centres 80 and 47, respectively, according to the latest PMR report ”Shopping centres in CIS countries 2012. Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. Market
Private labels to ascend to higher price brackets in Russia October 2012The initial approach of Russian retailers to private labels was based on low prices, which caused private label development to remain in the low price bracket. However, as the market started to become more mature and retailers more experienced in their own
Middle price bracket continues to stimulate Russian CFA market October 2012In 2010 the CFA market started to recover after the financial crisis with the restoration of price segments’ positions in the market in favour of middle-priced products, which gained more than 40% of market share a year later. We expect that in
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