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Cash & Carries And Warehouse Clubs In India

547 words - 3 pages

21th September 2016 – Navi Mumbai, India: Market Report on India present the latest report on “Cash & Carries and Warehouse Clubs in India”, The report acts as an essential tool for companies active across the India's retail industry and for new players considering entering the market.

Summary
"Retail Sales of Cash & Carries and Warehouse Clubs in India: Market Size, Growth and Forecast to 2020" provides detailed historic and forecast statistics on retail sales from 2010 to 2020 taking place at "Cash & Carries and Warehouse Clubs" for each category at segment level. However, delivered wholesale sales are not included. The segment level analytics are provided for the following product categories:

Apparel, accessories, luggage and leather goods
Books, news and stationery
Electrical and electronics
Food and grocery
Furniture and floor coverings
Health and beauty
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The report acts as an essential tool for companies active across the India's retail industry and for new players considering entering the market. The comprehensive statistics within the report provides insight into the operating environment of the market and also ensures right business decision making based on historical trends and industry model based forecasting.

Key Findings

• Overview of the Cash & Carries and Warehouse Clubs retail sales in India
• Analysis of Cash & Carries and Warehouse Clubs market and its retail sales for various product categories
• Historic and forecast retail sales value for the period 2010 through to 2020
• Category wise analysis of retail sales via Cash & Carries and Warehouse Clubs

Synopsis

"Retail Sales of Cash & Carries and Warehouse Clubs in India: Market Size, Growth and Forecast to 2020" is a comprehensive market review of retail sales taking place at Cash & Carries and Warehouse Clubs across India. The report further provides retail sales values split by product categories and their associated segments.

Reasons To Buy

• Provides you with sales figures of Cash & Carries and Warehouse Clubs market in India
• Allows you to analyze market with the help of detailed historic and forecast retail sales value, segmented at a category level.
• Provides you with historic sales value by category in Cash & Carries and Warehouse Clubs market
• Allows you to plan future business decisions using the report's forecast figures for the market.

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