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Retail: Walmart, Costco and Carrefour dominate the global market

Published
Jan 14, 2015

The Franco-American trio are at the head of the Global Powers of Retailing ranking established by Deloitte based on the results from 2013. A ranking that includes clothing stores, department stores and luxury groups.

Photo: Inditex


The clothing stores that appear on the list include Inditex/Zara (44), H&M (49), Marks&Spencer (60), Gap (61), Fast Retailing/Uniqlo (76), L Brand (93), Ross Stores (100), Oxylane/Decathlon (108), C&A (109), Associated British Foods/Primark (144) and Foot Locker (147).

Also in this category: Belle International (162), Next (163), Deichman (169), Nike (170), Shimamura (180), E.Land (186), Asceba (190), Arcadia Group (213), Abercrombie&Fitch (219), Forever 21 (224), Vivarte (228) and Ralph Lauren (245).

For department stores, the top places went to: Sears (29), Macy’s (34), Kohl’s (52), El Corte Inglès (66), Nordstrom (80) and JC Penney (82).

These were followed by J.Front (95), Reitan (123), Takashimaya (125), El Puerto de Liverpool (177), Dashang (179), Chongqing (188), Neiman Marcus (193), Burlington (201), Tokyu Corp (202), SM investment Corp (214), Belk (221) and Woolworths (239).

The luxury groups also have their place in this list, with LVMH (41), Richemont (132), Kering (143) and Prada Group (225). Also noteworthy are the leading positions held by Amazon (15) and Ikea (28). 

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