Retailing Environments in Developing Countries

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4.1 Location map of North-West Province, Cameroon 54
5.1 Nigeria: major administrative regions 70
6.1 The 'crumbling' of commercial settlements in Morocco: a comparison of retail forms in contemporary rural and urban environments 92
7.1 Kuwait City retail structure 100
7.2 Kuwait: existing and proposed district shopping centres in Hawalli, Salmiya, Fahaheel, Jahra, Abrak Khaitan and Farwaniya 103
7.3 Kuwait development plan, 1952 105
7.4 Kuwait: proposed purpose-built shopping centres 112
8.1 Consumerism and formal-informal sector linkages 123
8.2 The narrowing of the 'defended' space in Johannesburg 126
8.3 The changing complexion of Johannesburg street trading 128
9.1 The market structures in coastal Oman, c. 1900 141
9.2 Arabs as a percentage of the Kordofan population, 1956 144
9.3 Market structures in South Kordofan, c. 1985 146
10.1 City of Harare: land use and survey areas 162
10.2 Frequency of purchase of selected food items, Harare 169
10.3 Sources (shop type) of selected food purchases, Harare 170
10.4 Sources (location) of selected food purchases, Harare 172
11.1 Sources of food supply for Dar es Salaam 182
15.1 Cultural influences on Indian retailing 247

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