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Retail in China 2011

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联商网独家 recently released 2011 data summarizing the presence of H&M, ZARA, UNIQLO and GAP in China.

The following maps illustrate the presence of each foreign retail player in the Middle Kingdom.

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Retail in China 2011

  1. 1. THE CHINA Data & Facts OBSERVER Foreign Multinational Clothing Retailers in China 2011 H&M, ZARA, UNIQLO, GAP Race to Shape Consumer Preferences in ChinaSource:联商网独家 linkshop.com.cn (March 2012) www.thechinaobserver.com | Data & Facts
  2. 2. THE CHINA Data & FactsOBSERVER 联商网独家 recently released 2011 data summarizing the presence of H&M, ZARA, UNIQLO and GAP in China. In 2011, H&M opened 31 new stores, ZARA opened 29, UNIQLO opened 43, and GAP opened 8 new stores. UNIQLO has the greatest number of total outlets (113) and increased its presence by the greatest number in 2011 (43). While GAP is a relative latecomer, it is expanding quickly opening 8 of its 13 total locations in 2011 alone. The following maps illustrate the presence of each foreign retail player in the Middle Kingdom. www.thechinaobserver.com | Data & Facts
  3. 3. THE CHINA Data & FactsOBSERVERH&M in ChinaTotal Stores = 77New Stores in 2011 = 31 10+ Stores 6-10 Stores 1-5 Stores www.thechinaobserver.com | Data & Facts
  4. 4. THE CHINA Data & FactsOBSERVERZARA in ChinaTotal Stores = 92New Stores in 2011 = 29 10+ Stores 6-10 Stores 1-5 Stores www.thechinaobserver.com | Data & Facts
  5. 5. THE CHINA Data & FactsOBSERVERUNIQLO in ChinaTotal Stores = 113New Stores in 2011 = 43 10+ Stores 6-10 Stores 1-5 Stores www.thechinaobserver.com | Data & Facts
  6. 6. THE CHINA Data & FactsOBSERVERGAP in China •Compared to H&M, ZARA and UNIQLO, GAP is a latecomer to the Chinese marketplace; •GAP’s management team still feels there is a massive opportunity for the firm in China, especially penetrating 2nd and 3rd tier cities; •At the end of 2011, GAP operated 13 total outlets in China – 8 of which opened that year; •Despite plans to enter 2nd and 3rd tier cities, GAP’s current operations in China are limited to larger cities including Shanghai, Beijing, Tianjin, Hangzhou and Wuhan. www.thechinaobserver.com | Data & Facts
  7. 7. THE CHINA Data & FactsOBSERVER The China Observer is the premier source for actionable insight into marketing and consumer trends in China. Visit The China Observer (http://thechinaobserver.com) for consumer data, case studies and senior marketing executive interviews. www.thechinaobserver.com | Data & Facts

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