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AT Kearney Tracks Global Retail Development

Posted: June 12, 2012

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India, fifth on the index, remains a high-potential market with accelerated retail market growth of 15–20% expected over the next five years, supported by GDP growth of 6–7%, rising disposable income, and rapid urbanization. Changes in FDI regulations were a major story in India last year. The changing FDI climate has provided an interesting dynamic to several international retailers’ entry and expansion plans for India. Organized retail penetration remains low, at 5–6%, indicating room for growth. 

2012 Global Retail Development Index ranking:

  1. Brazil (2011 rank: #1)
  2. Chile (2011 rank: #2)
  3. China (2011 rank: #6)
  4. Uruguay (2011 rank: #3)
  5. India (2011 rank: #4)
  6. Georgia (2011 rank: N/A)
  7. United Arab Emirates (2011 rank: #8)
  8. Oman (2011 rank: N/A)
  9. Mongolia (2011 rank: N/A)
  10. Peru (2011 rank: #7)
  11. Malaysia (2011 rank: #19)
  12. Kuwait (2011 rank: #5)
  13. Turkey (2011 rank: #9)
  14. Saudi Arabia (2011 rank: #10)
  15. Sri Lanka (2011 rank: #21)
  16. Indonesia (2011 rank: #15)
  17. Azerbaijan (2011 rank: N/A)
  18. Jordan (2011 rank: N/A)
  19. Kazakhstan (2011 rank: #14)
  20. Botswana (2011 rank: N/A)
  21. Macedonia (2011 rank: #29)
  22. Lebanon (2011 rank: #12)
  23. Colombia (2011 rank: #24)
  24. Panama (2011 rank: #26)
  25. Albania (2011 rank: #13)
  26. Russia (2011 rank: #11)
  27. Morocco (2011 rank: #20)
  28. Mexico (2011 rank: #22)
  29. Philippines (2011 rank: #16)
  30. Tunisia (2011 rank: #18)