Tag Archives: Asia Pacific

Retailers Need to Better Understand Asia Pacific Markets

As more and more large retailers expand beyond their home borders, it is crucial for them to better understand these foreign markets — particularly, Asia Pacific. The Asia Pacific regions of the world account for about 60 percent of the … Continue reading

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Foreign Retailers Increasing Their Asia Pacific Presence

This infographic posted at Visual.ly “illustrates the countries in Asia Pacific where global retailers have chosen to expand to and the reasons behind their decisions to do so.”  

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The World’s Booming Dynamo of Online Shopping: Asia-Pacific

Even with a population representing only 5 percent of the people worldwide, North American consumers have always led the way with the highest regional market share of global online shopping. However, as eMarketer reports, in 2013, Asia-Pacific consumers will begin … Continue reading

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