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Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis

KEY REPORT FEATURESThis recently updated report includes:' The total, regional and sector value for retail sales, including urban/rural and food/non-food splits, up to the end of 2009;' Statistical data on leading retailer market shares by sales in China up to 2009;' Market data for each key provincial and urban region, in terms both of volume retail trade and the value of the local economy, up to 2009;' Value forecast retail market, up to 2014;' Key current issues , and discursive analysis of the key factors affecting the market;' The domestic industry examined by key statistical indicators, including number of outlets and turnover, by sector and by key city;' SWOT analysis' Profiles of the leading supermarket companies active in China, with financial data up to 2009 in most cases.' Overview of China's demographics and macroeconomics.Executive SummaryBased upon our recalculations of retail sales, and based upon the growth in individual retail sectors as well as more recent macro-economic re-evaluations, Access Asia estimates that between 1999 and 2008, China's total retail market grew 280.94% in current terms to RMB8.50trn ' representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.02% over that period.China's supermarket industry continues to develop rapidly. New chain store networks are emerging outside the top three cities of Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai as retailers extend their reach into many second- and third-tier cities. There is beginning to be aggressive consolidation in the market, as larger operators swallow up smaller players.Foreign supermarket and hypermarket chains, such as Carrefour, have already entered the market, but room for expansion in the tier-one cities is now limited. Much more attention is now being focused, by both foreign and domestic chains, on outlying suburbs, as well as provincial new towns and cities and now even rural areas. However, growth is hampered by bottlenecks and underdevelopment in the distribution infrastructure. Also, although consumer incomes and spending have grown significantly, average purchases are still very small, and margins remain tight making growth investment difficult without outside investment.Also, although consumer incomes and spending have grown significantly, average purchases are still very small, and margins remain tight making growth investment difficult without outside investment. China's total supermarket industry, based upon our own estimates themselves based largely on company and China Chain Store and Franchise Association data, comprised about 49,903 stores in 2009, with total retail sales valued at RMB1,127bn in that year, this representing about 16.3% of the total value of the retail market in China in 2009.

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Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis

  1. 1. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A MarketAnalysisPublished on May 2010 Report SummaryKEY REPORT FEATURESThis recently updated report includes: The total, regional and sector value for retail sales, including urban/rural and food/non-food splits, up to the end of 2009; Statistical data on leading retailer market shares by sales in China up to 2009; Market data for each key provincial and urban region, in terms both of volume retail trade and the value of the local economy, up to2009; Value forecast retail market, up to 2014; Key current issues , and discursive analysis of the key factors affecting the market; The domestic industry examined by key statistical indicators, including number of outlets and turnover, by sector and by key city; SWOT analysis Profiles of the leading supermarket companies active in China, with financial data up to 2009 in most cases. Overview of Chinas demographics and macroeconomics.Executive SummaryBased upon our recalculations of retail sales, and based upon the growth in individual retail sectors as well as more recentmacro-economic re-evaluations, Access Asia estimates that between 1999 and 2008, Chinas total retail market grew 280.94% incurrent terms to RMB8.50trn representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.02% over that period.Chinas supermarket industry continues to develop rapidly. New chain store networks are emerging outside the top three cities ofBeijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai as retailers extend their reach into many second- and third-tier cities. There is beginning to beaggressive consolidation in the market, as larger operators swallow up smaller players.Foreign supermarket and hypermarket chains, such as Carrefour, have already entered the market, but room for expansion in thetier-one cities is now limited. Much more attention is now being focused, by both foreign and domestic chains, on outlying suburbs, aswell as provincial new towns and cities and now even rural areas. However, growth is hampered by bottlenecks andunderdevelopment in the distribution infrastructure. Also, although consumer incomes and spending have grown significantly, averagepurchases are still very small, and margins remain tight making growth investment difficult without outside investment.Also, although consumer incomes and spending have grown significantly, average purchases are still very small, and margins remaintight making growth investment difficult without outside investment. Chinas total supermarket industry, based upon our own estimatesthemselves based largely on company and China Chain Store and Franchise Association data, comprised about 49,903 stores in2009, with total retail sales valued at RMB1,127bn in that year, this representing about 16.3% of the total value of the retail market inChina in 2009. Table of ContentContentsINTRODUCTION1Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis Page 1/14
  2. 2. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsReport Coverage1Abbreviations Used1Other Relevant Reports from Access Asia2Free Online Newsletter and Editorials21 NATIONAL SUPERMARKET RETAIL MARKET31.1 Overview31.2 Supermarkets: Defining The Potential Market41.2.1 Defining The Potential Market: So, How Big is the Consumer Market41.2.2 Defining The Potential Market: The Mythical Chinese Middle Class4Table 1.1MIDDLE AND UPPER INCOME HOUSEHOLDS IN CHINA, 1995/2000/2005/2010/20155Table 1.2TOTAL CONSUMPTION BY MIDDLE AND UPPER INCOME HOUSEHOLDS, 2005/2010/20156Table 1.3CONSUMPTION BY MIDDLE AND UPPER INCOME HOUSEHOLDS & % OF TOTAL HOUSEHOLDS,1995/2000/2005/2010/201571.3 The Supermarket Industry Significance91.3.1 The Supermarket Industry Significance: Macroeconomic Context9Table 1.4RETAIL SALES AS A % OF GDP, 2003-200991.3.2 The Supermarket Industry Significance: The Total Value of the Retail Market in China9Table 1.5TOTAL CURRENT VALUE RETAIL SALES, 2000-200910Table 1.6TOTAL CONSTANT VALUE RETAIL SALES, 2000-200911Table 1.7PER CAPITA CURRENT VALUE RETAIL SALES, 2000-2009111.3.3 The Supermarket Industry Significance: Recent Development in the Domestic Economy (Q4 2009 and Q1 2010)111.3.4 The Supermarket Industry Significance: The Chinese Governments Five-point Plan for Domestic Economic Growth132010: The Year of the Five Consumptions13Filling Urban Homes With Stuff14A Trip to the Countryside14The Services Subculture15Used and Used Again15Credit: Like Savings But With A Minus Sign161.3.5 The Supermarket Industry Significance: What Is The Definition of a Supermarket in China16Nobody Really Knows How Many Shops There Are In China16Nobody Really Knows How Many Shop Assistants There Are In China17Problems With Definitions Of Retail Sectors171.3.6 The Supermarket Industry Significance: Total Retail Industry Above the Government Statistics Threshold18Table 1.8TOTAL RETAIL INDUSTRY ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICS THRESHOLD, 2003-2009191.3.7 The Supermarket Industry Significance: The Total Retail Industry19Table 1.9THE TOTAL RETAIL INDUSTRY STRUCTURE, 2003-2009201.3.8 The Supermarket Industry Significance: Supermarket Significance Within the Total Food Retail Industry20Table 1.10SUPERMARKET SIGNIFICANCE WITHIN THE TOTAL FOOD RETAIL INDUSTRY, 2002-2008201.4 Supermarket Industry Overall Structure211.4.1 Supermarket Industry Overall Structure: Above the Official Benchmark21Table 1.11SUPERMARKET TOTAL OUTLETS, FLOOR SPACE, STAFF, SALES & PROFITS FOR CHAIN STORES ABOVE THEGOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD, 2003-200921Table 1.12SUPERMARKET AVERAGE OUTLET FLOOR SPACE & STAFF FOR CHAIN STORES ABOVE THE GOVERNMENTSTATISTICAL THRESHOLD, 2003-200921Table 1.13SUPERMARKET AVERAGE OUTLET SALES FOR CHAIN STORES ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICALTHRESHOLD, 2003-200922Table 1.14SUPERMARKET AVERAGE OUTLET NET PROFITS FOR CHAIN STORES ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICALTHRESHOLD, 2003-2009221.4.2 Supermarket Industry Overall Structure: The Official Benchmark & Beyond22Table 1.15SUPERMARKET TOTAL OUTLETS, FLOOR SPACE, STAFF, SALES & PROFITS FOR CHAIN STORES ABOVE &Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis Page 2/14
  3. 3. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsBELOW THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD, 2003-200923Table 1.16SUPERMARKET AVERAGE OUTLET FLOOR SPACE & STAFF FOR CHAIN STORES ABOVE & BELOW THEGOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD, 2003-200923Table 1.17SUPERMARKET AVERAGE OUTLET SALES FOR CHAIN STORES ABOVE & BELOW THE GOVERNMENTSTATISTICAL THRESHOLD, 2003-200924Table 1.18SUPERMARKET AVERAGE OUTLET NET PROFITS FOR CHAIN STORES ABOVE & BELOW THE GOVERNMENTSTATISTICAL THRESHOLD, 2003-2009241.5 Supermarket Industry Sectors by Size241.5.1 Supermarket Industry Sectors By Size: Size Definitions & Averages24Table 1.19ESTIMATED AVERAGE SUPERMARKET OUTLET SALES, PROFITS, SIZE & STAFF (INCLUDING STORES BELOWTHE GOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD) BY BROAD SIZE CLASS OF STORE, 2003-2009251.5.2 Supermarket Industry Sectors By Size: Outlets25Table 1.20ESTIMATED SUPERMARKET NUMBER OF OUTLETS (ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD) BYBROAD SIZE CLASS OF STORE, 2003-2009261.5.3 Supermarket Industry Sectors By Size: Floorspace26Table 1.21ESTIMATED SUPERMARKET AREA OF FLOORSPACE (ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD) BYBROAD SIZE CLASS OF STORE, 2003-2009271.5.4 Supermarket Industry Sectors By Size: Staff28Table 1.22ESTIMATED SUPERMARKET NUMBER OF STAFF (ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD) BYBROAD SIZE CLASS OF STORE, 2003-2009281.5.5 Supermarket Industry Sectors By Size: Sales28Table 1.23ESTIMATED SUPERMARKET SALES REVENUE (ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD) BYBROAD SIZE CLASS OF STORE, 2003-2009291.5.6 Supermarket Industry Sectors By Size: Profits29Table 1.24ESTIMATED SUPERMARKET NET PROFITS (ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD) BY BROADSIZE CLASS OF STORE, 2003-2009301.5.7 Supermarket Industry Sectors By Size: Footfall & Basket Size30Table 1.25AVERAGE SUPERMARKET CUSTOMER VISITS & BASKET VALUE (ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICALTHRESHOLD) BY BROAD SIZE CLASS OF STORE, 2003-2009321.6 Supermarket Industry by City Tier321.6.1 Supermarket Industry By City Tier: Differences by City Tier321.6.2 Supermarket Industry By City Tier: Outlets33Table 1.26ESTIMATED SUPERMARKET NUMBER OF OUTLETS (ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD) BYCITY-TIER LOCATION, 2003-2009341.6.3 Supermarket Industry By City Tier: Floorspace34Table 1.27ESTIMATED SUPERMARKET FLOORSPACE (ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD) BYCITY-TIER LOCATION, 2003-2009351.6.4 Supermarket Industry By City Tier: Staff35Table 1.28ESTIMATED SUPERMARKET STAFF (ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD) BY CITY-TIERLOCATION, 2003-2009351.6.5 Supermarket Industry By City Tier: Sales35Table 1.29ESTIMATED SUPERMARKET SALES (ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD) BY CITY-TIERLOCATION, 2003-2009361.6.6 Supermarket Industry By City Tier: Profits36Table 1.30ESTIMATED SUPERMARKET PROFITS (ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD) BY CITY-TIERLOCATION, 2003-2009361.6.7 Supermarket Industry By City Tier: Averages36Table 1.31ESTIMATED AVERAGE SUPERMARKET PER OUTLET STAFF, FLOORSPACE, SALES & PROFIT (ABOVE THEGOVERNMENT STATISTICAL THRESHOLD) BY CITY-TIER LOCATION, 2003-2009371.7 The Relative Potential Markets in Urban Areas38Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis Page 3/14
  4. 4. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics1.7.1 The Relative Potential Markets in Urban Areas: The Retail Market Split38Table 1.32RETAIL SALES VALUE BY HABITATION, 2003-200938Table 1.33RETAIL SALES % BREAKDOWN BY HABITATION, 2003-2009381.7.2 The Relative Potential Markets in Urban Areas: The Leading Commercial Cities39Table 1.34LEADING CITIES KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORS, 200839Table 1.35LEADING CITIES TOTAL RETAIL SALES, 2006-200840Table 1.36LEADING CITIES PER CAPITA RETAIL SALES, 2006-2008411.7.3 The Relative Potential Markets in Urban Areas: High Levels of Savings Self-taxation41Table 1.37LEADING CITIES KEY HOUSEHOLD SAVINGS INDICATORS, 2006-2008421.7.4 The Relative Potential Markets in Urban Areas: Urban Consumer Spending Power43Table 1.38URBAN AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD EXPENDABLE INCOME, EXPENDITURE, SAVINGS & POTENTIAL EXPENDABLEINCOME AFTER BASIC OUTGOINGS, 2003-2009441.7.5 The Relative Potential Markets in Urban Areas: Chinas Leading Shoppers Only Spend US$5 A Day!44Table 1.39US$ PER CAPITA RETAIL SALES BY TOP-, MIDDLE- & BOTTOM-SCALES, 2002-2008441.7.6 The Relative Potential Markets in Urban Areas: Defining Consuming China45Table 1.40POPULATION AND PER CAPITA GDP OF CONSUMING CHINA, 200845Table 1.41TWO COMPARATIVE ESTIMATES OF THE TOTAL SIZE AND SHAPE OF CONSUMING CHINA, 2008451.7.7 The Relative Potential Markets in Urban Areas: Quantifying Consuming China46Table 1.42COMPARATIVE BREAKDOWN OF AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD INCOME & SPENDING IN CONSUMING CHINA CITIESAGAINST TOTAL NATIONAL AVERAGE, 2008461.7.8 The Relative Potential Markets in Urban Areas: The Yangzi River Delta (YRD)47Table 1.43SUPERMARKET NUMBERS & TOTAL AND AVERAGE OUTLET RETAIL SALES FOR CHAIN RETAILERS ABOVEOFFICIAL STATISTICS THRESHOLD BY CITY IN THE YANGZI RIVER DELTA AREA, 2004-2008471.7.9 The Relative Potential Markets in Urban Areas: The Pearl River Delta (PRD)48Table 1.44SUPERMARKET NUMBERS & TOTAL AND AVERAGE OUTLET RETAIL SALES FOR CHAIN RETAILERS ABOVEOFFICIAL STATISTICS THRESHOLD BY CITY IN THE PEARL RIVER DELTA AREA, 2004-2008491.7.10 The Relative Potential Markets in Urban Areas: The Beijing-Tianjin Corridor (BTC)49Table 1.45SUPERMARKET NUMBERS & TOTAL AND AVERAGE OUTLET RETAIL SALES FOR CHAIN RETAILERS ABOVEOFFICIAL STATISTICS THRESHOLD BY CITY IN THE BEIJING-TIANJIN CORRIDOR REGION, 2004-2008491.8 Does Rural China Have a Potential501.8.1 Does Rural China Have a Potential: Per-capita Sales by Province50Table 1.46RURAL AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD EXPENDABLE INCOME & EXPENDITURE, 2003-200950Map 1.1PER CAPITA RETAIL SALES BY PROVINCE, 2000/2007/200851Table 1.47PER CAPITA RETAIL SALES BY PROVINCE, 2002-2008521.8.2 Does Rural China Have a Potential: Rural Retailing Development Project531.9 Leading Retailers541.9.1 Leading Retailers: Top 50 FMCG Chainstore Retailers Turnover & Stores541.9.2 Leading Retailers: Top-10 Foreign-invested Supermarket Retailers54Table 1.48COMPARISON OF CHINAS 10 LEADING FOREIGN-INVESTED SUPERMARKET/HYPERMARKET RETAIL CHAINS,2004-2009551.9.3 Leading Retailers: Selected Retailer Same Store Sales Growth56Table 1.49SAME-STORE SALES OF SELECTED LISTED RETAILERS IN CHINA, 2004-2009571.9.4 Leading Retailers: Selected Listed Retailer Non-retail Revenue Significance57Table 1.50OTHER REVENUES AS A % OF SELECTED LISTED RETAILERS MAIN OPERATING REVENUES, 2004-200958Table 1.51HYPERMARKET EXPENSE INDEX*, 2007-2009581.9.5 Leading Retailers: Selected Listed Retailer Net Profit Margins59Table 1.52SELECTED LISTED RETAILERS NET PROFITS & MARGINS, 2004-2009591.9.6 Leading Retailers: Selected Listed Retailer Operating Profit Margins60Table 1.53SELECTED LISTED RETAILERS OPERATING PROFITS & MARGINS, 2004-2009601.9.7 Leading Retailers: Selected Listed Retailer Gross Profit Margins60Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis Page 4/14
  5. 5. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsTable 1.54SELECTED LISTED RETAILERS GROSS PROFITS & MARGINS, 2004-2009601.9.7 Leading Retailers: Selected Listed Retailer Revenues61Table 1.55SELECTED LISTED RETAILERS MAIN OPERATING REVENUES*, 2004-200961Table 1.56QUARTERLY & HALF YEARLY BREAKDOWN OF SELECTED LISTED RETAILERS TOTAL REVENUES*, 200861Table 1.57QUARTERLY & HALF YEARLY BREAKDOWN OF SELECTED LISTED RETAILERS TOTAL REVENUES*, 200961Table 1.58% GROWTH OF TOTAL REVENUES* OF SELECTED LISTED RETAILERS BY QUARTERLY & HALF YEARLY, 2009621.9.9 Leading Retailers: Selected Listed Retailer Supermarket Business Share of Revenue62Table 1.59SELECTED LISTED RETAILERS SUPERMARKET/HYPERMARKET REVENUES & MARGINS, 2004-2009621.10 Retail Prices & Operational Costs631.10.1 Prices: Retail Price Indices63Table 1.60AVERAGE INCOME ANNUAL GROWTH BY SECTOR, 2005-200864Table 1.61RETAIL PRICE INDICES BY BROAD SECTOR, 2000-2009651.10.2 Retail Prices & Operational Costs: Outlet Rent66Table 1.62NATIONAL AVERAGE RETAIL PROPERTY RENTAL PRICE, 2001-2009671.10.3 Retail Prices & Operational Costs: Salaries68Table 1.63AVERAGE RETAIL STAFF SALARIES BY PROVINCE, 2002-200869Table 1.64% ANNUAL & TOTAL GROWTH OF AVERAGE RETAIL STAFF SALARIES BY PROVINCE, 2002-200870Table 1.65AVERAGE RETAIL STAFF SALARY BILL PER OUTLET FOR THE TOTAL RETAIL INDUSTRY AND SUPERMARKETS &HYPERMARKETS, 2003-2009701.10.4 Retail Prices & Operational Costs: Business Taxes711.11 Outlook711.11.1 Outlook: Forecast Trends712010: The Rise of the Domestic Consumer Economy711.11.2 Outlook: Total Market Size72Table 1.66FORECAST TOTAL CONSTANT VALUE RETAIL SALES, 2010-2014731.11.3 Outlook: Food/Non-food & Urban/Rural Values74Table 1.67FORECAST CONSTANT VALUE RETAIL MARKET BY FOOD/NON-FOOD & URBAN/RURAL SPLITS, 2010-2014741.11.4 Outlook: Food/Non-food & Urban/Rural Shares74Table 1.68% BREAKDOWN OF FORECAST CONSTANT VALUE RETAIL MARKET BY FOOD/NON-FOOD & URBAN/RURALSPLITS, 2010-2014741.11.5 Outlook: Growth Rates75Table 1.69ANNUAL GROWTH RATES FOR FORECAST CONSTANT VALUE RETAIL MARKET BY FOOD/NON-FOOD &URBAN/RURAL SPLITS, 2010-2014751.11.6 Outlook: Supermarket Sector Measures Above Government Statistical Threshold75Table 1.70FORECAST TOTAL SUPERMARKET SALES, PROFITS, SIZE & STAFF (ABOVE THE GOVERNMENT STATISTICALTHRESHOLD), 2010-2014761.11.7 Outlook: Supermarket Sector Measures Above & Below Government Statistical Threshold77Table 1.71FORECAST TOTAL SUPERMARKET SALES, PROFITS, SIZE & STAFF (ABOVE & BELOW THE GOVERNMENTSTATISTICAL THRESHOLD), 2010-2014772 CURRENT ISSUES782.1 Rural Retailing Development Project782.1.1 Rural Retailing Development Project: Background782.1.2 Rural Retailing Development Project: Official Standards79Table 2.1STANDARDS FOR COUNTRYSIDE STORES IN VILLAGES79Table 2.2STANDARDS FOR COUNTRYSIDE STORES IN TOWNS/TOWNSHIPS792.1.3 Rural Retailing Development Project: The Number of Outlets80Table 2.3RURAL RETAILING PROJECT COUNTRYSIDE STORES IN VILLAGES, MARCH 201080Table 2.4RURAL RETAILING PROJECT COUNTRYSIDE STORES IN TOWNS/TOWNSHIPS, MARCH 201081Table 2.5RURAL RETAILING PROJECT DISTRIBUTION CENTRES, MARCH 2010812.1.4 Rural Retailing Development Project: The Participating Companies82Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis Page 5/14
  6. 6. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsTable 2.6RURAL RETAIL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT TOTAL NUMBER OF PARTICIPATING COMPANIES, 2005-200882Table 2.7RURAL RETAIL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT COMPANY STRUCTURE, 2007832.2 Linking the Chill Chain842.3 Private Label86Table 2.8CHINA TOP-100 RETAILERS TOTAL SALES AND PRIVATE LABEL SALES COMPARED, 2005-2009*872.4 Reducing Cost Through the Green Approach88Table 2.9SUPERMARKET OPERATIONAL COST STRUCTURE, 200889Table 2.10HYPERMARKET OPERATIONAL COST STRUCTURE, 200889Table 2.11UTILITY COST STRUCTURE OF FMCG RETAILERS IN CHINA, 2007-2008*902.5 Linking Farmers with Retailers90Table 2.12NINE COMPANIES SELECTED FOR TRIAL TO LINK FARMERS WITH SUPERMARKETS, 200891Table 2.13REASONS FOR CONSTRUCTING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE BASES, 2007922.6 Foreign Retailers Moving into Smaller Cities92Table 2.14INITIAL OUTLETS OF SELECTED HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY CHAIN STORES92Table 2.15DISTRIBUTION OF OUTLETS OF SELECTED FOREIGN HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY OPERATORS BY REGION(EXCLUDING TRUST-MART) IN CHINA, 2008*93Table 2.16DISTRIBUTION OF OUTLETS OF SELECTED FOREIGN HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY OPERATORS BY REGION(EXCLUDING TRUST-MART) IN CHINA, 2009*93Table 2.17DISTRIBUTION OF OUTLETS OF SELECTED FOREIGN HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY OPERATORS BY REGION(EXCLUDING TRUST-MART) IN CHINA, 2008-2009*94Table 2.18NET ADDITION OF STORES BY SELECTED FOREIGN RETAILERS IN CHINA BY REGION, 2007-200994Table 2.19NUMBER OF OUTLETS OF SELECTED FOREIGN HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY OPERATORS IN CHINA, 200895Table 2.20CONCENTRATION OF SELECTED FOREIGN HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY OPERATORS IN CHINA,2008-200996Table 2.21ALOCATION OF SELECTED FOREIGN HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY OPERATORS OUTLETS IN EAST CHINA,200997Table 2.21BLOCATION OF SELECTED FOREIGN HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY OPERATORS OUTLETS IN EAST CHINA,200998Table 2.22LOCATION OF SELECTED FOREIGN HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY OPERATORS OUTLETS IN NORTH CHINA,200999Table 2.23LOCATION OF SELECTED FOREIGN HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY OPERATORS OUTLETS IN CENTRALCHINA, 2009100Table 2.24LOCATION OF SELECTED FOREIGN HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY OUTLETS IN NORTHWEST/WEST CHINA,2009100Table 2.25LOCATION OF SELECTED FOREIGN HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY OPERATORS OUTLETS IN NORTHEASTCHINA, 2009101Table 2.26LOCATION OF SELECTED FOREIGN HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY OPERATORS OUTLETS IN SOUTHWESTCHINA, 2009101Table 2.27LOCATION OF SELECTED FOREIGN HYPERMARKETS/CASH & CARRY OPERATORS OUTLETS IN SOUTH CHINA,20091022.7 Hypermarkets Gaining Popularity103Table 2.28SHARE OF GROCERY EXPENDITURE BY TRADE FORMAT, 2001, 2004 & 2007103Table 2.29CONSUMER PREFERENCE FOR FRESH FOOD BY STORE FORMAT, 2005 & 2007103Table 2.30CONSUMER PREFERENCE FOR FOOD KEPT UNDER NORMAL TEMPERATURE BY STORE FORMAT, 2005 &2007103Table 2.31CONSUMER PREFERENCE FOR CHILLED FOOD BY STORE FORMAT, 2005 & 20071042.7 High-End Supermarkets104Table 2.32RESULTS OF ZHONGBAI & HUALIAN HYPERMARKET HIGH-END SUPERMARKET BUSINESS, 2008-2009*106Table 2.33SELECTED NUMBER OF HIGH-END SUPERMARKETS IN CHINA, 1995-JAN 20101062.7 Reversing the Mad Rush into Lower Tier Cities106Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis Page 6/14
  7. 7. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsTable 2.34YONGHUI SUPERSTORES IN BEIJING, 2009-APRIL 20101072.7 Growing Bud of Tescopoly1083 MARKETING & DISTRIBUTION1113.1 Marketing & Advertising1113.1.1 Marketing & Advertising: Trends111Conventional Media Advertising111Table 3.1ADVERTISING EXPENDITURE IN CHINA, 2004-2008111Online Advertising112Table 3.2ONLINE ADVERTISING EXPENDITURE IN CHINA, 2004-20081123.1.2 Marketing & Advertising: Leading Advertised Product Categories112Table 3.3TOP 10 ADVERTISING CATEGORIES IN CHINA, 20081133.1.3 Marketing & Advertising: Leading Advertised Brands113Table 3.4TOP 10 ADVERTISED BRANDS IN CHINA BY ADSPEND, 2007-20081133.1.4 Marketing & Advertising: Leading Advertisers113Table 3.5CHINAS TOP TEN ADVERTISERS BY ADSPEND, 2004-2006114Table 3.6CHINAS TOP TEN ADVERTISERS BY ADSPEND, 2006-2007114Table 3.7FIRMS WITH HIGHEST PORTION OF WORLD AD BUDGETS IN CHINA, 2008114Table 3.8CHINAS TOP TEN ADVERTISERS BY ADSPEND, 1Q 20091153.1.5 Marketing & Advertising: The Prime-time Advertising Auction115Table 3.9PRIME-TIME ADVERTISING AUCTION ON CHINAS CCTV, 2000-20101163.1.6 Marketing & Advertising: Brand Preferences Choice Factors in China116Age & Location116Table 3.10BRAND PREFERENCES IN TERMS OF AGE GROUPS & LOCATIONS IN CHINA, 2007116Quality Versus Image117Table 3.11FACTORS DETERMINING BRAND CHOICES IN CHINA, 2007117Local Versus Foreign117Table 3.12BRAND PREFERENCES IN CHINA, 2007117Chameleon Brands118Table 3.13TOP CHAMELEON BRANDS IN CHINA, 20081183.1.7 Marketing and Advertising in China: Brand Equity1183.1.8 Marketing & Advertising: Emerging Local Brands119Table 3.14CHINAS MOST VALUABLE BRANDS, 2008/2009120Table 3.15TOP 250 GLOBAL RETAILERS, FISCAL 2007120Table 3.16TOP 250 GLOBAL RETAILERS, FISCAL 20081213.1.9 Marketing & Advertising: Pricing Issues121Table 3.17CONSUMERS WHO TRADE UP OR DOWN BY INCOME SEGMENTS, 2007122Table 3.18CONSUMERS WHO TRADE UP OR DOWN BY CATEGORIES, 20071223.1.10 Marketing & Advertising: Online Sales122Table 3.19PER CAPITA ONLINE SHOPPING VALUE, 2003-2008123Table 3.20SITES PREFERRED BY ONLINE SHOPPERS, 2008123Table 3.21TOP 10 RETAIL ITEMS ON TAOBAO.COM, 2008123Table 3.22TOP ONLINE SHOPPING TRANSACTION BY REGION, 2007124Table 3.23TOP REASONS FOR NOT SHOPPING ONLINE, 20071243.1.11 Marketing & Advertising: Pricing Issues124Table 3.24 CONSUMERS WHO TRADE UP OR DOWN BY INCOME SEGMENTS, 2007125Table 3.25CONSUMERS WHO TRADE UP OR DOWN BY CATEGORIES, 20071253.1.12 Marketing & Advertising: Online Sales126Table 3.26PER CAPITA ONLINE SHOPPING VALUE, 2003-2008126Table 3.27SITES PREFERRED BY ONLINE SHOPPERS, 2008126Table 3.28TOP 10 RETAIL ITEMS ON TAOBAO.COM, 2008127Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis Page 7/14
  8. 8. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsTable 3.29TOP ONLINE SHOPPING TRANSACTION BY REGION, 2007127Table 3.30TOP REASONS FOR NOT SHOPPING ONLINE, 20071273.2 Consumers1283.2.1 Consumer Profile: Broad Consumer Trends1283.2.2 The Chinese Consumer: Urban Profile129Table 3.31URBAN HOUSEHOLD OWNERSHIP OF MAJOR DURABLE CONSUMER GOODS, 2002-20081293.2.3 The Chinese Consumer: Rural Profile130Table 3.32RURAL HOUSEHOLD OWNERSHIP OF MAJOR DURABLE CONSUMER GOODS, 2002-20081303.3 Key Sales Periods1313.3.1 Key Sales Periods: Overview131Table 3.33ANNUAL NATIONAL HOLIDAYS131Table 3.34MAJOR HOLIDAY RETAIL SALES, 2005-20101314 COMPANY PROFILES1324.1 Auchan (China) Investment Co., Ltd.1324.1.1 Auchan (China) Investment: Company Details1324.1.2 Auchan (China) Investment: Company Background132Table 4.1AUCHAN (CHINA) INVESTMENT: NUMBER OF OUTLETS IN CHINA, 2002-2009132Table 4.2AUCHAN (CHINA) INVESTMENT: OUTLETS BY LOCATION, 20091334.1.3 Auchan (China) Investment: Company Results134Table 4.3AUCHAN (CHINA) INVESTMENT: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2005-20091344.2 Beijing Jingkelong Co., Ltd.1344.2.1 Beijing Jingkelong: Company Details1344.2.2 Beijing Jingkelong: Company Background134Table 4.4BEIJING JINGKELONG CO., LTD.: NUMBER OF OUTLETS BY RETAIL FORMAT, 2003-2009135Table 4.5BEIJING JINGKELONG CO., LTD.: NUMBER OF OUTLETS, 2003-2009136Table 4.6BEIJING JINGKELONG CO., LTD.: NET OPERATING AREA, 2006-2009136Table 4.7BEIJING JINGKELONG CO., LTD.: AVERAGE SIZE OF RETAIL OUTLETS, 2006-2009136Table 4.8BEIJING JINGKELONG CO., LTD.: REVENUE BREAKDOWN & GROSS PROFIT MARGIN OF DIRECTLY-OPERATEDOUTLETS, 2005-2009137Table 4.9BEIJING JINGKELONG CO., LTD.: REVENUE BREAKDOWN & GROSS PROFIT MARGIN OF WHOLESALE BUSINESS,2005-2009137Table 4.10BEIJING JINGKELONG CO., LTD.: SAME-STORE SALES, 2005-20081374.2.3 Beijing Jingkelong: Company Results138Table 4.11BEIJING JINGKELONG CO., LTD.: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2004-2009*138Table 4.12BEIJING JINGKELONG CO., LTD.: BREAKDOWN OF FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2004-2009*1394.3 Carrefour S.A.1394.3.1 Carrefour: Company Details1394.3.2 Carrefour: China-based Activities139Table 4.13CARREFOUR: STORE NETWORK IN CHINA, 1995-2009140Table 4.14CARREFOUR: GLOBAL STORE NETWORK, 1995-2009140Table 4.15CARREFOUR: LOCATION OF HYPERMARKETS IN CHINA, 20091414.3.3 Carrefour: Company Results144Table 4.16CARREFOUR: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2006-2009*144Table 4.17CARREFOUR: CHINA QUARTERLY SALES & LIKE-FOR-LIKE GROWTH, 2006-2008144Table 4.18CARREFOUR: CHINA QUARTERLY SALES & LIKE-FOR-LIKE GROWTH, 2009 -1Q20101454.4 Chia Tai Enterprises International Ltd.1454.4.1 Chia Tai Enterprises International: Company Details1454.4.2 Chia Tai Enterprises International: Company Background145Table 4.19CHIA TAI ENTERPRISES INTERNATIONAL: NUMBER OF OUTLETS, 2003-2009146Table 4.20LOTUS: CHINA OUTLETS BY LOCATION, 2009147Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis Page 8/14
  9. 9. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsTable 4.21LOTUS: LOCATION OF STORES BY GEOGRAPHICAL REGION, 20091474.4.3 Chia Tai Enterprises International: Company Results148Table 4.22CHIA TAI ENTERPRISES INTERNATIONAL LTD.: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2004-2009*148Table 4.23CHIA TAI ENTERPRISES INTERNATIONAL: SAME-STORE SALES, 2007-20091484.5 China Resources Enterprise Ltd.1494.5.1 China Resources Enterprise: Company Details1494.5.2 China Resources Enterprise: Company Background149Table 4.24CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: PRINCIPAL RETAIL SUBSIDIARIES & ASSOCIATES IN CHINA, END-2009150Table 4.25CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: GEOGRPAHICAL TURNOVER BREAKDOWN OF SUPERMARKET BUSINESS,2004-2009150Table 4.26CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: SUPERMARKET BUSINESS OUTLET BY PROVINCE, 2009150Table 4.27CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: SUPERMARKET BUSINESS TURNOVER BREAKDOWN BY STORE FORMAT,2008151Table 4.28CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: BREAKDOWN OF CR VANGUARD & SUGUO STORES IN CHINA BY STOREFORMAT, 2004-2008151Table 4.29CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: BREAKDOWN OF STORES IN CHINA & HONG KONG BY FORMAT,2008-2009152Table 4.30CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: BREAKDOWN OF CR VANGUARD & SUGUO STORES IN CHINA BY STOREMANAGEMENT (FRANCHISE/SELF-OPERATED), 2004-2008153Table 4.31CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: NUMBER OF SUGUO, CR VANGUARD STORES IN CHINA, 2004-2008153Table 4.32CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: CR VANGUARD STORES IN CHINA, 2006-2008154Table 4.33CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: CR VANGUARD STORES BY GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION & OWNERSHIP INCHINA, 2006-2008155Table 4.34CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: CR VANGUARD STORES BY GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION IN CHINA,2006-2008156Table 4.35CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: SUGUO STORES IN CHINA, 2004-2008157Table 4.36CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: SUGUO STORES BY GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATION IN CHINA, 2004-2008157Table 4.37CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: SAME-STORE SALES OF SUPERMARKET BUSINESS, 2003-20091584.5.3 China Resources Enterprise: Company Results158Table 4.38CHINA RESOURCES ENTERPRISE: FINANCIAL RESULTS OF SUPERMARKET BUSINESS, 2004-2009*1584.6 E-Mart China1594.6.1 E-Mart China: Company Details1594.6.2 E-Mart China: Company Background159Table 4.39E-MART CHINA: NUMBER OF OUTLETS, 2001-2009159Table 4.40E-MART CHINA: BREAKDOWN OF OUTLETS, 20091594.6.3 E-Mart China: Company Results160Table 4.41E-MART CHINA: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2007-20091604.7 Lianhua Supermarket Holdings Co., Ltd.1604.7.1 Lianhua Supermarket Holdings: Company Details1604.7.2 Lianhua Supermarket Holdings: Company Background161Table 4.42LIANHUA SUPERMARKET HOLDINGS CO., LTD.: NUMBER OF STORES BY FORMAT, 2000-2009161Table 4.43LIANHUA SUPERMARKET HOLDINGS CO., LTD.: NUMBER OF OUTLETS BY FORMAT, 2009162Table 4.44LIANHUA SUPERMARKET HOLDINGS CO., LTD.: NUMBER OF STORES BY PROVINCE, 2002 & 2007162Table 4.45LIANHUA SUPERMARKET HOLDINGS CO., LTD.: NUMBER OF STORES BY PROVINCE, 2008-2009163Table 4.46LIANHUA SUPERMARKET HOLDINGS CO., LTD.: REVENUE BREAKDOWN BY SEGMENT, 2003-2008163Table 4.47LIANHUA SUPERMARKET HOLDINGS CO., LTD.: GROSS & OPERATING PROFIT MARGINS, 2003-2009164Table 4.48LIANHUA SUPERMARKET HOLDINGS CO., LTD.: SAME-STORE SALES, 2007-20091654.7.3 Lianhua Supermarket Holdings: Company Results165Table 4.49LIANHUA SUPERMARKET HOLDINGS CO., LTD.: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2004-2009*166Table 4.50LIANHUA SUPERMARKET HOLDINGS CO., LTD.: BREAKDOWN OF FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2004-2009*166Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis Page 9/14
  10. 10. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics4.8 Lotte Mart1674.8.1 Lotte Mart: Company Details1674.8.2 Lotte Mart: China-based Activities167Table 4.51LOTTE MART: NUMBER OF OUTLETS, 2007-2009167Table 4.52LOTTE MART: BREAKDOWN OF STORES IN CHINA, MARCH 20101674.10 Metro Jinjiang Cash & Carry Co., Ltd.1684.10.1 Metro Jinjiang Cash & Carry: Company Details1684.10.2 Metro Jinjiang Cash & Carry: Company Background168Table 4.53METRO JINJIANG CASH & CARRY: NUMBER OF OUTLETS, 2002-2009168Table 4.54METRO JINJIANG CASH & CARRY: BREAKDOWN OF OUTLETS, 20091694.10.3 Metro Jinjiang Cash & Carry: Company Results170Table 4.55METRO JINJIANG CASH & CARRY: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2003-20091704.12 RT-Mart China1714.12.1 RT-Mart China: Company Details1714.12.2 RT-Mart China: Company Background171Table 4.56ART-MART CHINA: OUTLETS BY LOCATION, 2009172Table 4.56BRT-MART CHINA: OUTLETS BY LOCATION, 2009173Table 4.57RT-MART CHINA: NUMBER OF OUTLETS IN CHINA, 2005-20091734.12.3 RT-Mart China: Company Results174Table 4.58RT-MART CHINA: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2005-20091744.13 Shenzhen A-Best Supermarket Co., Ltd.1744.13.1 Shenzhen A-Best Supermarket: Company Details1744.13.2 Shenzhen A-Best Supermarket: Company Background174Table 4.59SHENZHEN A-BEST SUPERMARKET: OUTLETS, 2003-20091744.13.3 Shenzhen A-Best Supermarket: Company Results175Table 4.60SHENZHEN A-BEST SUPERMARKET: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2003-20091754.13 Yonghui Superstores Co., Ltd.1754.13.1 Yonghui Superstores: Company Details1754.13.2 Yonghui Superstores: Company Background176Table 4.61YONGHUI SUPERSTORES CO., LTD.: NUMBER OF OUTLETS, 2001-2009176Table 4.62YONGHUI SUPERSTORES CO., LTD.: OUTLETS BY LOCATION, 2009176Table 4.63YONGHUI SUPERSTORES CO., LTD.: NEW STORES PLANNED FOR 2010*1774.13.3 Yonghui Superstores: Company Results177Table 4.64YONGHUI SUPERSTORES CO., LTD.: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2002-20091784.13 Renrenle Commercial Group Co., Ltd.1784.13.1 Renrenle Commercial Group: Company Details1784.13.2 Renrenle Commercial Group: Company Background178Table 4.65RENRENLE COMMERCIAL GROUP CO., LTD.: NUMBER OF STORES, 2003-JUNE 2009179Table 4.66RENRENLE COMMERCIAL GROUP CO., LTD.: NEW STORES PLANNED179Table 4.67RENRENLE COMMERCIAL GROUP CO., LTD.: MAIN OPERATING REVENUE BY PRODUCT SEGMENTS,2005-2009180Table 4.68RENRENLE COMMERCIAL GROUP CO., LTD.: MAIN OPERATING REVENUE BY GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATIONS,2006-2009180Table 4.69RENRENLE COMMERCIAL GROUP CO., LTD.: REVENUE BY BUSINESS UNITS, 2008-20091814.13.3 Renrenle Commercial Group: Company Results181Table 4.70RENRENLE COMMERCIAL GROUP CO., LTD.: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2005-2009182Table 4.71RENRENLE COMMERCIAL GROUP CO., LTD.: BREAKDOWN OF FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2005-2009*1824.13 Better Life Commercial Chain Share Co., Ltd.1834.13.1 Better Life Commercial Chain: Company Details1834.13.2 Better Life Commercial Chain: Company Background183Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis Page 10/14
  11. 11. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsTable 4.72BETTER LIFE COMMERCIAL CHAIN SHARE CO., LTD.: NUMBER OF OUTLETS, 2005-2009183Table 4.73BETTER LIFE COMMERCIAL CHAIN SHARE CO., LTD.: OUTLET DISTRIBUTION, 2007184Table 4.74BETTER LIFE COMMERCIAL CHAIN SHARE CO., LTD.: REVENUE BY SEGMENT, 2005-2009*184Table 4.75BETTER LIFE COMMERCIAL CHAIN SHARE CO., LTD.: INVENTORY TURNOVER RATIO, 2005-2009*1854.13.3 Better Life Commercial Chain: Company Results185Table 4.76BETTER LIFE COMMERCIAL CHAIN SHARE CO., LTD.: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2005-2009185Table 4.77BETTER LIFE COMMERCIAL CHAIN SHARE CO., LTD.: BREAKDOWN OF FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2005-2009*1864.14 Tesco PLC1864.14.1 Tesco: Company Details1864.14.2 Tesco: China-based Activities186Table 4.78TESCO: HYPERMARKET OUTLETS IN CHINA BY LOCATION, 2009187Table 4.79TESCO: STORE COUNT & STORE SPACE IN CHINA, 2004/05-2010/11F*188Table 4.80TESCO: LOCATION OF EXPRESS STORE OUTLETS IN CHINA, APRIL 2009188Table 4.81TESCO: CUSTOMERS PER WEEK/SALES PER WEEK AT CHINA OUTLETS, 2004 & 2008189Table 4.82TESCO: SALES GROWTH IN CHINA, 2005/06-2009/101894.14.3 Tesco: Company Results190Table 4.83TESCO: FINANCIAL RESULTS FOR ASIA & CHINA, 2005/2006-2009/10*1904.15 Times Ltd.1904.15.1 Times: Company Details1904.15.2 Times: Company Background190Table 4.84TIMES: NUMBER OF STORES, FEBRUARY 2009 & OCTOBER 2009191Table 4.85TIMES: NUMBER OF STORES, 2006-2008 & 1H 2009191Table 4.86TIMES: REVENUE BREAKDOWN, 2006-2008191Table 4.87TIMES: SAME-STORE SALES, 2007-2008 & 1H 20091924.15.3 Times: Company Results192Table 4.88TIMES: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2004-2008 & 1H2008-1H2009193Table 4.89TIMES: BREAKDOWN OF FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2004-2008 & 1H2008-1H20091934.16 Trust-Mart Management Consulting Services (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.1944.16.1 Trust-Mart: Company Details1944.16.2 Trust-Mart: Company Background194Table 4.90TRUST-MART: NUMBER OF OUTLETS IN CHINA, 2003-2009194Table 4.91TRUST-MART: OUTLETS BY LOCATION, 2008195Table 4.92TRUST-MART: SAME-STORE SALES, FISCAL 2009-2010*1954.16.3 Trust-Mart: Company Results195Table 4.93TRUST-MART: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2003-20091964.17 Wal-Mart (China) Investment Co., Ltd.1964.17.1 Wal-Mart (China) Investment: Company Details1964.17.2 Wal-Mart (China) Investment: China-based Activities196Table 4.94WAL-MART STORES: NUMBER OF WAL-MART STORES GLOBALLY AND TRUST-MART STORES IN CHINA, FISCAL1997-2010*196Table 4.95AWAL-MART (CHINA) INVESTMENT: SUPERSTORES BY LOCATION, 2009197Table 4.95BWAL-MART (CHINA) INVESTMENT: SUPERSTORES BY LOCATION, 2009198Table 4.96WAL-MART (CHINA) INVESTMENT: OTHER OUTLETS BY LOCATION, 2009198Table 4.97WAL-MART (CHINA) INVESTMENT: SAME-STORE SALES, FISCAL 2009-2010*1994.17.3 Wal-Mart (China) Investment: Company Results201Table 4.98WAL-MART (CHINA) INVESTMENT: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2003-20092014.18 Wumart Stores Inc.2014.18.1 Wumart Stores: Company Details2014.18.2 Wumart Stores: Company Background201Table 4.99WUMART STORES INC.: NUMBER OF OUTLETS BY RETAIL FORMAT, 2004-2005202Supermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis Page 11/14
  12. 12. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsTable 4.100WUMART STORES INC.: NUMBER OF OUTLETS BY RETAIL FORMAT, 2006-2009203Table 4.101WUMART STORES INC.: SHARE CAPITAL, 2008-2009203Table 4.102WUMART STORES INC.: ASSOCIATE COMPANIES, 2009205Table 4.103WUMART STORES INC.: SUBSIDIARIES, 2009205Table 4.104WUMART STORES INC.: SAME-STORE SALES, 2004-20092064.18.3 Wumart Stores: Company Results206Table 4.105WUMART STORES INC.: FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2004-2009*207Table 4.106WUMART STORES INC.: BREAKDOWN OF FINANCIAL RESULTS, 2004-2009*2075 COSupermarket & Hypermarket Retailing in China 2009: A Market Analysis Page 12/14
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