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Consumer Goods & Retail

Consumer Goods & Retail is the largest services sector, providing the necessary link between producers and final consumers. The sector has a major socio-economic role, being among the biggest employment generators and contributors to economic growth. It is highly heterogeneous, using a variety of formats and channels to meet the needs of the more sophisticated global consumer. In today’s digital era, the increasing penetration of everyday life by information and communications technologies is reshaping the purchase decision process. This promotes the rapid development of online retail solutions that enhance customer retention and create tailor-made experience through both digital and mobile platforms.

Activities associated with Consumer Goods & Retail are the manufacturing and retailing of goods intended for everyday use by end consumers. Examples include food, textile products, apparel and footwear, household goods, furniture, hygiene and personal care products, jewellery, toys and sporting goods. It also covers all retail channels, from traditional supermarkets and specialised stores to non-store retailers such as e-stores, mail-order houses and direct selling establishments. Retail sale of fuels and vehicles is also included in this sector.

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Mexico Consumer Good Retail Sector 2021-2022 - Page 1
Mexico Consumer Good Retail Sector 2021-2022 EMIS Insights Industry Reports

Mexico is the second-largest economy in Latin America and the second-biggest consumer market in the region, with a population of over 127mn people, as of December 2020. The domestic retail sector was negatively affected by COVID-19 and the ...

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USD 495 Date: June 2021 Language: English
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Indonesia Automotive Sector Report 2021-2022 - Page 1
Indonesia Automotive Sector Report 2021-2022 EMIS Insights Industry Reports

Indonesia is home to ASEAN’s largest market for two- and four-wheel vehicles and the second largest motor vehicle producer. A number of global automotive brands have opened production sites in the country or plan to do so. ...

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USD 495 Date: May 2021 Language: English
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Mexico Automotive Sector Report 2021-2022 - Page 1
Mexico Automotive Sector Report 2021-2022 EMIS Insights Industry Reports

The COVID-19 pandemic severely impaired the operations of the Mexican automotive sector. It suffered from disruptions to global supply chains, lockdown restrictions and dwindling demand, both in the domestic market and the US – the ...

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USD 495 Date: May 2021 Language: English
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USD 495 Date: May 2021 Language: English
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Indonesia Consumer Goods and Retail Sector Report 2021-2022 - Page 1
Indonesia Consumer Goods and Retail Sector Report 2021-2022 EMIS Insights Industry Reports

The wholesale and retail trade sector is one of the main engines of economic growth in Indonesia. The sector generated 13% of the country’s GDP in 2020 with household consumption taking a 58% share in GDP. Almost 25mn people are ...

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USD 495 Date: April 2021 Language: English
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Malaysia Automotive Sector Report 2021-2022 - Page 1
Malaysia Automotive Sector Report 2021-2022 EMIS Insights Industry Reports

Malaysia is the third-largest motor vehicle manufacturer and market (excluding motorcycles) in the ASEAN region, behind Thailand and Indonesia. The motor vehicle industry (including motorcycles) was dominated by ...

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USD 495 Date: April 2021 Language: English
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USD 495 Date: April 2021 Language: English
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Brazil Consumer Goods and Retail Sector Report 2021-2025 - Page 1
Brazil Consumer Goods and Retail Sector Report 2021-2025 EMIS Insights Industry Reports

In 2020, retail sales in Brazil rose by 1.2% y/y in volume terms, despite the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the contraction of the country’s GDP by 4.1% y/y. The overall positive performance of the retail sector was supported by ...

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USD 495 Date: March 2021 Language: English
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