Market Growth Frecasts for the Grocery Retail Industry in Central & Eastern Europe

Navi Mumbai, India (PressExposure) February 14, 2009 -- Middle Classes Checking Out: Mass Grocery Retail in Central & Eastern Europe( []) is a new special report by leading independent economic forecasters Business Monitor International on the Central & Eastern European food retail market. The report provides regional commentary and opinion across 14 countries, SWOT analyses across the Central & Eastern European region and BMI's expansion and growth forecasts to 2012 for the grocery retail industry.

This new special food retail report also features individual country chapters on Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. Each country section features comparative performance indicators of the major grocery retail formats (supermarkets, hypermarkets, discount stores and convenience stores) and the independent sector against the major retail chains. SWOTs on the region's leading retailers include company overviews, strategies, store networks and grocery market positioning. Each profile covers key statistics including financial performance, number of retail outlets and employees. Middle Classes Checking Out: Mass Grocery Retail in Central & Eastern Europe also includes a macroeconomic forecast for each Central & Eastern European market for 2008-2012 and future risks to growth as predicted by BMI.

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