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Warsaw and Prague lose ground against other CE capitals in terms of shopping centre development  July 2011

en Warsaw boasts the most substantial amount of shopping centre GLA of all of the Central European capitals under consideration, but Bratislava leads the field in terms of GLA per 1,000 people. Furthermore, over the next few years the stagnation observed

Cosmetic chains generate about 80% of segment sales in Poland  July 2011

en pl The aggressive expansion of Rossman and other cosmetic chains coupled with the development of supermarket and discount chains throughout the country has led to the waning of traditional stores that are unable to compete with such strong players. In order

Popularity of modern retail formats on the rise in Central and Eastern Europe  July 2011

en Modern retail formats remain popular in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) despite the economic crisis. 68% of shoppers in the monitored region claim that hypermarkets, supermarkets and discounters are the places at which they spend the most substantial

Higher sales fuelled by concerns over prices?  May 2011

en In February retail sales in Poland grew at their highest rate since the outbreak of the global crisis, sharply exceeding market expectations. This coincided with a substantial drop in consumer confidence. The question therefore arises, was the uptick

Survey of Poland’s horeca sector: improvement expected in 2012  May 2011

en pl 2010 was yet another difficult year for the horeca sector, also because of the continuing economic crisis which forced Polish consumers to be frugal, and the coinciding of detrimental circumstances such as a long and severe winter and the presidential ...

Women prefer to buy cosmetics from specialist retailers, men from general grocery stores  March 2011

en Women choose specialist channels rather than general grocery stores when purchasing cosmetics and are more likely to shop specifically for cosmetics. Men, on the other hand, more often buy such items along with the large weekly shopping for the household.

Grocery market in Central Europe estimated to grow to €102.8bn in 2010  February 2011

en The grocery market in five Central European countries, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia, was worth app. €100bn in 2009, according to the latest report from PMR Grocery retail in Central Europe 2010. Market analysis and development
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