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インドの小売業 (四半期更新レポート)

India Retail Report Q3 2016

発行 BMI Research 商品コード 329818
出版日 ページ情報 英文 66 Pages
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インドの小売業 (四半期更新レポート) India Retail Report Q3 2016
出版日: 2016年06月15日 ページ情報: 英文 66 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、インドにおける小売業の構造や最新動向について分析し、今後10年間の産業規模の動きを推計すると共に、業界の抱える課題や将来的な収益機会に関する評価、主要企業のプロファイル、政府の政策・規制、域内全体の産業動向といった情報を盛り込んでお届けします。

BMIの見解

SWOT分析

  • 政治
  • 経済

産業予測

  • ヘッドライン
  • 小売部門の予測
    • 飲食品・タバコ
    • 衣料品・フットウェア
    • 家庭用品
    • パーソナルケア
  • 世帯数と収入の予測
  • 人口統計の予測

マクロ経済の予測

  • 経済分析

産業のリスク/リワード・レーティング

  • アジアのリスク/リワード指標
  • 小売業のリスク/リワード指標

市場概要

競争情勢

用語集

調査手法

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目次
Product Code: 2040-9109

BMI View: Household spending has remained constrained over the past two years even as the rest of the economy posts strong headline growth rates. We expect spending will gradually improve over our forecast period as consumers become confident. That being said, Indian households are highly price-conscious, as average income remains low. Key consumer groups will be the young, increasingly urbanised population who will emerge as the main drivers of retail spending.

However, most Indians are still rural dwellers, and the agriculture sector is a major employer. As agricultural incomes are typically low, and workers in the sector are affected by unstable weather patterns as well as underemployment, this limits the participation a large majority of the population can have in the modern retail sector. Indeed, while incomes are rising, they will remain small, with 14% of Indian households forecast to have a net income of USD10,000 or over by 2020. This means that retail spending will continue to be skewed in favour of essential purchases and non-organised retail, while rural dwellers, and retailers seeking to access this market, are hampered by poor transport infrastructure, which raises costs dramatically.

While essentials, notably food and drink, transport and housing and utilities, will still account for the lion's share of retail spending in India over our forecast period, non-essential spending such as on restaurants and hotels is growing rapidly from a low base, and spending on areas such as health and education is also growing rapidly.

Table of Contents

BMI Industry View

SWOT

Industry Forecast

  • Headline Retail Forecast
    • Table: Total Household Spending (India 2013-2020)
    • Table: Retail Sector Spending, % Of Total (India 2013-2020)
    • Table: Retail Sector Spending, % of GDP (India 2013-2020)
    • Table: Headline Retail Sector Spending (India 2013-2020)
  • Retail Sector Forecast
    • Food, Drink And Tobacco
      • Table: Food, Drink & Tobacco Spending (India 2013-2020)
    • Clothing And Footwear
      • Table: Clothing & Footwear Spending (India 2013-2020)
    • Household Goods
      • Table: Household Goods Spending (India 2013-2020)
    • Personal Care
      • Table: Personal Care Spending (India 2013-2020)
    • Household Numbers and Income Forecast
      • Table: Household Income Data (India 2013-2020)
      • Table: Labour Market Data (India 2013-2020)
    • Demographic Forecast
      • Table: Total Population (India 2013-2020)
      • Table: Population: Babies (India 2013-2020)
      • Table: Population: Young Children (India 2013-2020)
      • Table: Population: Children (India 2013-2020)
      • Table: Population: Young Teens and Older Children (India 2013-2020)
      • Table: Population: Young People (India 2013-2020)
      • Table: Population: Older Teenagers (India 2013-2020)
      • Table: Population: 21yrs + (India 2013-2020)
      • Table: Population: Young Adults (India 2013-2020)
      • Table: Population: Middle Aged (India 2013-2020)
      • Table: Population: Urban (India 2013-2020)

Industry Risk/Reward Index

  • Asia Pacific Risk/Reward Index
    • Table: Asia Pacific Retail Risk/Reward Index, Q316
  • India Industry Risk/Reward Index
    • Rewards
    • Risks

Market Overview

Competitive Landscape

  • Clothing And Footwear
    • Table: Selected Clothing And Footwear Retailers
  • Household Goods. Homeware And Home Improvement
    • Table: Selected Household Goods, Homeware And Home Improvement Retailers
  • Electronics
    • Table: Selected Electronics Retailers
  • Department Stores
    • Table: Selected Department Store Retailers
  • E-Commerce And Online Marketplaces
    • Table: Selected E-Commerce And Online Marketplace Retailers
  • Drugstores And Pharmacies
    • Table: Selected Drugstore And Pharmacy Retailers

Glossary

Methodology

  • Industry Forecast Methodology
  • Sources
  • Risk/Reward Index Methodology
    • Table: Retail Risk/Reward Index Indicators
    • Table: Weighting Of Indicators
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