American Consumers Aren’t Retail’s Top Priority Anymore

American Consumers Aren’t Retail’s Top Priority Anymore

American Consumers Aren't Retail's Top Priority Anymore | Intelliretail.com

Chinese consumers have retailers’ undivided attention.

Companies like Procter & Gamble and Unilever have ambushed Chinese customers with tailored assortments like green tea-flavored toothpaste. Consumer brands like Victoria’s Secret, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Old Navy are aggressively building stores in mainland China.

Source: American Consumers Aren’t Retail’s Top Priority Anymore | Business Insider India


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