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Sainsbury: out of Egypt

Published By Datamonitor
09 Apr 2001
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New product trends in Africa: iced beverages warm up the market

Tea and coffee are the traditional beverages of choice for many consumers in Africa, so it's no wonder that manufacturers have recently attempted to launch new variants that stand out from the crowd. These launches endeavor to appeal to consumers' growing demand for healthier food and drinks, and are often designed for easy on-the-go consumption.

Published By Datamonitor
13 Jul 2006
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New personal care products: strange perfumes 'scents' winning formula

Now that the celebrity fragrance craze has peaked, manufacturers have searched for other novel ways to promote new scents. Productscan Online reports this month on a new Egyptian fragrance which smells like cigarettes, while the Stilton Cheesemakers' Association has launched a specially commissioned fragrance. It appears that unusual fragrances have sniffed out an opportunity in the marketplace.

Published By Datamonitor
23 Jun 2006
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New household goods review: sprays hit the target

An array of innovatively packaged products has been noted by Productscan this month, from a spray-on starch in a clog-free bottle, to a multi-directional insecticide spray. These should help make household chores a little easier.

Published By Datamonitor
10 May 2007
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New household goods review: hygienic audio wipes sound like a good idea

This month's roundup of new product launches features some innovative cleaning devices, from an MP3 headphone cleaner, to an unusually shaped household cleaner. With consumers demanding products that help them clean their homes more quickly and effectively, manufacturers are responding with these types of stand-out goods.

Published By Datamonitor
23 Oct 2007
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Metro Group: negative currency effects and deflationary trends in food hurt sales

Cost-cutting measures helped German retail conglomerate Metro Group to achieve stable EBIT for the third quarter, despite a 4.6% drop in group sales to E15.6 billion caused primarily by declining food inflation and negative currency effects in Eastern Europe. While the rest of the year will remain challenging, growth in international markets will provide a further boost to sales.

Published By Datamonitor
05 Nov 2009
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Marks & Spencer set to enter Egyptian retail market

As part of efforts to increase its global sales, Marks & Spencer is due to enter Egypt, with plans to open two stores in Cairo over the next two years in conjunction with the Al Futtaim Group. With growth forecast in the clothing sector and investment in shopping centers increasing, Egypt is a solid destination for the retailer.

Published By Datamonitor
27 Aug 2010
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CommentWire

Inditex: solid sales and expansion growth in 2008

Inditex, Europe's largest clothing retailer, has so far managed to avoid the worst of the current economic crisis, registering strong sales growth in 2008 on the back of sustained rapid international expansion. It is well positioned to tackle an even tougher 2009, but a weaker outlook for European retail could pose difficulties for a retailer that receives the bulk of its sales from the continent.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Mar 2009
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France Telecom: into Africa

Published By Datamonitor
02 Jan 2001
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ResearchWire

Cider and perry: Egyptian market set for fruitful growth

Published By Datamonitor
14 Nov 2005

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