Retailing Environments in Developing Countries

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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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