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  • Global Powers of Retailing 2014
    This year’s report includes two exciting features. Its section on “Retail Beyond” takes a provocative look at how existing technologies could conceivably converge and further transform the already complex relationship between retailers and consumers. And, for the first time ever, the report includes a list and analysis of the world’s top 50 e-retailers.
  • Hidden Cities:The next generation of retail markets
    The latest report in this series profiles the future of retail in ten "hidden cities" – two in Latin America; two in Africa; one in Europe; and five in Asia.
  • The dawn of mobile influence
    Mobile is having a major impact on store-based sales and its influence is increasing. Deloitte examines the current and potential future effect of mobile on traditional in-store sales.
  • Global Powers of Retailing 2012: switching channels
    With the economy slowing, multi-channel and mobile offer major opportunities for the world's top retailers.
  • Consumer 2020: Reading the signs
    What will shape consumer values over the next 10 years?
  • Winning the wallet of today's Chinese consumer
    How can retailers understand the nuances of the vast and complex Chinese market?
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