European Retail Industry Handbook 2013: Worldwide Industry Latest Market Share,Investment Trends, Growth, Size, Trends, Strategy And Forecast Research Report 2013

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This is the 17th edition of the European Retail Handbook. Like its predecessors, it is designed to provide the essential background information to understanding the retail scene in each European country. We cover 36 countries, the smallest of which is Luxembourg with just 500,000 people, the largest is Russia with 143 million.

The European Retail Handbook provides top line demographic and economic data and a more detailed analysis of retail trade in each country. Where possible, retail information is given both at a national and sector basis, as well as the structure of the trade in terms of businesses, outlets and employees. Major retailers and retail groupings are identified with an indication of their size and relative importance. Other useful information includes synopses of the retail scene in each country and contact points for sources of further information.

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Retail sales

Pan European Comparison
Figure 1: Europe: Population, by country, 2012
Figure 2: Europe: Population, by country, 2012
Figure 3: Europe: GDP by country and per capita, 2012
Figure 4: Europe: GDP per capita, 2012
Consumer expenditure
Figure 5: Europe: Consumer expenditure, by country and per capita, 2012
Figure 6: Europe: Consumer expenditure per capita, 2012
Retail sales
Figure 7: Europe: Retail sales, by country and per capita, 2012
Figure 8: Retail sales per capita, 2012
Exchange rates
Figure 9: Average Annual European exchange rates: €, £ and $, 2012

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The Albanian retail scene
Albania in figures
Figure 10: Albania: Population trends, 2008-12
Figure 11: Albania: Population, by age group and gender, 2011
Figure 12: Albania: Population, by prefecture, 2011
Figure 13: Albania: GDP 2003-12
Figure 14: Albania: Consumer prices, annual % change, 2008-12
Figure 15: Albania: Final household consumption, 2000-12
Albanian retailing in figures
Figure 16: Albania: Retail sales growth in current and constant prices, 2003-12
Figure 17: Albania: Retail sales, detailed sector performance index, 2008-12
Figure 18: Albania: Number of retail enterprises, 2007-11
Identified retailers
Figure 19: Albania, leading retailers, 2012
Contacts and sources

The Austrian retail scene
Austria in figures
Figure 20: Austria: Population trends, 2009-Q1 13
Figure 21: Austria: Population, by age group, Q1 2012
Figure 22: Austria: Households, 2008-12
Figure 23: Austria: Population, by regions, 2008-12
Figure 24: Austria: Gross domestic product, 2003-12
Figure 25: Austria: Consumer prices inflation, annual % change, 2008-12
Figure 26: Austria: Households consumption expenditure, 2003-12
Figure 27: Austria: Detailed breakdown of household expenditure, 2008-12
Austrian retailing in figures
Figure 28: Austria: Retail sales, excl. sales tax, 2008-13
Figure 29: Austria: Retail sales by category, excl. sales tax, 2008-13
Figure 30: Austria: Retail enterprises and employment by category, 2010 and 2011
Food retailing in Austria
Figure 31: Austria: Food, drink and tobacco retailers’ sales, excl. sales tax, 2008-13
Figure 32: Austria: Major food retailers, 2012
Non-food retailing in Austria
Figure 33: Austria: Mixed goods stores’ sales, excl. sales tax, 2008-13
Figure 34: Austria: Major department and variety store retailers, 2012
Figure 35: Austria: Clothing and footwear specialists’ sales, excl. sales tax, 2008-13
Figure 36: Austria: Major clothing, textiles and footwear retailers, 2012
Figure 37: Austria: Household and electricals specialists’ sales, excl. sales tax, 2008-13
Figure 38: Austria: Major furniture and household goods retailers, 2012
Figure 39: Austria: Major DIY retailers, 2012
Figure 40: Austria: Health and beauty specialists’ sales, excl. sales tax, 2008-13
Figure 41: Austria: Major health and beauty retailers, 2012
Figure 42: Austria: Major cultural, leisure and other non-food retailers’ sales, excl. sales tax, 2008-13
Figure 43: Austria: Non-store sales, excl. sales tax, 2008-13
Figure 44: Austria: Major mail order operators, 2012
Major shopping malls
Figure 45: Austria: Leading shopping centres, 2013
Contacts and sources

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The Belarusian retail scene
Belarus in figures
Figure 46: Belarus: Population trends, 2008-13
Figure 47: Belarus: Population, by prefecture, 2009-13
Figure 48: Belarus: Gross domestic product, 2003-12
Figure 49: Belarus: Consumer prices, annual % change, 2008-12
Figure 50: Belarus: Final household consumption, 2005-11
Figure 51: Belarus: Breakdown of final household consumption, 2007-11
Belarusian retailing in figures
Figure 52: Belarus: Retail sales, incl. sales tax, 2008-12
Figure 53: Belarus: Retail entities, 2008-12
Figure 54: Foreign -owned retailers share of all retail sales, 2008-12
Major retailers in Belarus
Figure 55: Belarus: Identified retailers, 2012
Contacts and sources

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