Keeping up with China's grocery shifts
Larry Zhu and Nader Elkhweet
PREMIUM The world’s largest and most ambitious grocery market is undergoing fast and forceful shifts, requiring consumer goods players to move equally fast and forcefully if they hope to grow and maintain their margins. Physical retailers in China find themselves responding to dizzying consumer trends. There is the relentless rise of online purchasing at the expense of offline. Bain & Company...
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