List of tables
|2.1 Factors used to evaluate the effects of Sears, Roebuck de Mexico ||24|
|5.1 Retail trading in pre-colonial northern Nigeria ||69|
|5.2 Percentage of traders dealing in major categories of goods in Borno markets, Nigeria, June 1977 ||78|
|7.1 The hierarchy of centres proposed in the 1970 Master Plan ||101|
|7.2 Percentages of the functional types found in multi-storey developments, Kuwait City ||110|
|7.3 Per capita retail expenditure, Kuwaiti and non-Kuwaiti, 1972/73-1986/87 ||114|
|10.1 Occupations of employed head of household, Harare ||164|
|10.2 Reasons for moving to Harare by head of household ||165|
|10.3 Residential movement within Harare ||166|
|10.4 Proportional expenditure patterns, Harare ||167|
|10.5 Cultivated land outside Harare ||174|
|10.6 Food exchange with rural areas ||174|
|11.1 Pattern of crop production on the peri-urban fringe of Dar es Salaam ||186|
|11.2 Percentage of crops sold by farmers on the peri-urban fringe of Dar es Salaam ||187|
|12.1 Categories of supermarket users: Kuala Lumpur and Alor Setar ||208|
|12.2 Supermarket use and ethnic group, Kuala Lumpur ||209|
|12.3 Supermarket use and level of education, Kuala Lumpur ||210|
|12.4 Categories of household necessities and place of purchase, Kuala Lumpur ||212|
|13.1 Female employment in sales occupations in selected Muslim and non-Muslim countries ||217|
|13.2 Proportion of retail outlets with female staff, Amman, 1987 ||220|
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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: viii.
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