Peru Retail Report

 Published On: Apr, 2016 |    No of Pages: 61 |  Published By: BMI Retail | Format: PDF
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BMI View: The Peruvian economy, which largely depends on natural resources, is bound to have another weak year in 2016. As the country prepares for the runoff of the presidential election, no structural economic changes are set to take place as the long-term political prospects remain unclear. The retail sector will continue to develop, however, as modern shopping centre retail space expands rapidly.

Key Views & Developments
■ Keiko Fujimori - the daughter of ex-president Alberto Fujimori, who is currently in jail for widespread corruption crimes - won the first round of the presidential elections in April and is headed for a runoff against Pedro Pablo Kuczynski in June. Tackling crime and promoting a free market economy are the key topics in Fujimori's agenda.
■ Peru's pharmacy market is consolidating rapidly as a result of Quicorp acquiring 47 pharmacies from Cencosud in February and taking over the Arcangel network of 350 stores from Albis in March. This brings the number of pharmacies owned by the group to 1,000, making it the largest network nationally.

BMI Industry View . 7
SWOT .. 9
Retail SWOT . 9
Industry Forecast  11
Headline Retail Forecast .. 11
Table: Total Household Spending (Peru 2013-2020) . . . 13
Table: Retail Sector Spending, % Of Total (Peru 2013-2020) . . . . 13
Table: Retail Sector Spending, % of GDP (Peru 2013-2020) 16
Table: Headline Retail Sector Spending (Peru 2013-2020) . . 17
Retail Sector Forecast ...... 19
Food & Drink ...... 20
Table: Food, Drink & Tobacco Spending (Peru 2013-2020) 21
Clothing & Footwear ...... 21
Table: Clothing & Footwear Spending (Peru 2013-2020) . . . 22
Household Goods . 22
Table: Household Goods Spending (Peru 2013-2020) . . 22
Personal Care & Effects .. 23
Table: Personal Care Spending (Peru 2013-2020) . 24
Household Numbers And Income Forecast ......... 25
Table: Household Income Data (Peru 2013-2020) . 26
Table: Labour Market Data (Peru 2013-2020) 29
Demographic Forecast ..... 30
Table: Total Population (Peru 2013-2020) . . . . 32
Table: Population: Babies (Peru 2013-2020) . 32
Table: Population: Young Children (Peru 2013-2020) . 33
Table: Population: Children (Peru 2013-2020) . . . . 33
Table: Population: Young Teens and Older Children (Peru 2013-2020) . . . 33
Table: Population: Young People (Peru 2013-2020) . . . . 34
Table: Population: Older Teenagers (Peru 2013-2020) 34
Table: Population: 21yrs + (Peru 2013-2020) 34
Table: Population: Young Adults (Peru 2013-2020) . . . . 35
Table: Population: Middle Aged (Peru 2013-2020) 35
Table: Population: Urban (Peru 2013-2020) . 35
Industry Risk/Reward Index ... 36
Latin America And The Caribbean Risk/Reward Index .... 36
Table: Latin America And The Caribbean Retail Risk/Reward Index, Q316 . . . . 36
Peru Risk/Reward Index .... 37
Rewards ... 37
Risks ........ 38
Market Overview . 40
Competitive Landscape  45
Clothing & Footwear ...... 45
Table: Selected Clothing & Footwear Retailers . . . . 45
Household Goods . 45
Table: Selected Household Goods/Homeware/Home Improvement Retailers . . . 45
Electronics ......... 46
Table: Selected Electronics Retailers 46
Department Stores  46
Table: Selected Department Stores . . 46
E-Commerce ....... 47
Table: Selected E-Commerce Retailers . . . 47
Pharmacies ......... 47
Table: Selected Pharmacies . . . . 47
Glossary ..... 48
Methodology ........ 55
Industry Forecast Methodology .. 55
Sources .... 58
Risk/Reward Index Methodology . 58
Table: Retail Risk/Reward Index Indicators . . . 59
Table: Weighting Of Indicators . 61
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