List of figures
|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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Book title: Retailing Environments in Developing Countries.
Contributors: Allan M. Findlay - Editor, Ronan Paddison - Editor, John A. Dawson - Editor.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1990.
Page number: vii.
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