Argentina Retail Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Argentina Retail Report

Argentina Retail Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Argentina Retail Report
Published Aug 27, 2016
65 pages — Published Aug 27, 2016
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� Business Monitor International Ltd Page - depreciation of the peso) and the removal of energy and transport subsidies have driven inflation over an estimated --.- , undermining consumer purchasing power. Spending on essentials will continue to dominate overall household budgets in Argentina, still accounting for two-thirds of total spending by ----. ...In summer ---- Chilean retailer Falabella indicated that it was ready to invest over USD-mn over the next four years in the Argentine market. Chairman Carlo Solari announced, We ve never stopped investing in Argentina and we believe there is great potential to invest much more. The company sees big growth opportunities in Argentina after the arrival of new president Macri. Falabella operates department stores, supermarkets, home improvement stores and shopping malls in Argentina. ...Chairman Carlo Solari announced, We ve never stopped investing in Argentina and we believe there is great potential to invest much more. The company sees big growth opportunities in Argentina after the arrival of new president Macri. Falabella operates department stores, supermarkets, home improvement stores and shopping malls in Argentina.

...Despite a struggling economy, which has prevented continuous growth in consumer incomes, household spending demonstrates mature spending patterns in Argentina. As is typical for both developed and developing countries, essentials sub-sectors - in particular, food and non-alcoholic drinks, housing and utilities, as well as transport - receive the most significant shares of household spending. ...Despite a struggling economy, which has prevented continuous growth in consumer incomes, household spending demonstrates mature spending patterns in Argentina. As is typical for both developed and developing countries, essentials sub-sectors - in particular, food and non-alcoholic drinks, housing and utilities, as well as transport - receive the most significant shares of household spending. These three categories accounted for just over half (-- ) of total consumer expenditure in ----. Declining real household income will cause households to tighten spending on non-essentials, allowing the food & non-alcoholic drinks sub-sector to make some gains. Paired with the recent devaluation of the Argentine peso, total household spending will dive even deeper in US dollar terms in ----, starting and continuing its recovery in the following years.

...After years of underinvestment due to macroeconomic instability, interventionist government policy and a lack of access to capital markets, it is believed that investment will flock to key sectors including agriculture, energy and real estate following the Argentine economy s rapid liberalisation under President Mauricio Macri. Although real GDP will contract in ---- as a result of falling consumption in light of elevated inflation and layoffs, rapidly rising investment over the coming quarters will lead to a strong rebound in ----. ...

  
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