Retailers should look beyond China for new markets
By Petah Marian | 19 October 2011
Retailers should look beyond China in their search for new consumer markets, says Financo president and CEO Colin Welch, pointing out that there are better opportunities in some less prominent countries. Welch and the investment banking group's chairman Gilbert Harrison sat down with Petah Marian to talk about emerging markets, the shifting consolidation and M&A landscape, and the opportunities offered by digital technology.
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