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India Consumer & Retail Report Q4 2017

BMI Industry View
Consumer Outlook
SWOT
Consumer SWOT
Industry Forecast
Consumer Spending Forecast
Total Household Spending
Table: Total Household Spending - India (2015-2021)
Essential And Non-Essential Spending
Table: Essential And Non Essential Spending (India 2015-2021)
Food, Drink And Tobacco
Table: Food, Drinks (Alcoholic And Non-Alcoholic) And Tobacco Spending (India 2015-2021)
Clothing And Footwear
Table: Clothing And Footwear Spending (India 2015-2021)
Household Goods
Table: Household Goods Spending (India 2015-2021)
Personal Care And Effects
Table: Personal Care And Effects Spending (India 2015-2021)
Tourism Spending
Household Characteristics
Table: Household Income Data (India 2014-2021)
Demographic Forecast
Table: Labour Market Data (India 2014-2021)
Market Overview
Retail Trends
Clothing And Footwear
Table: Select Clothing And Footwear Retailers
Household Goods, Homeware And Home Improvement
Table: Select Household Goods, Homeware And Home Improvement Retailers
Electronics
Table: Select Electronics Retailers
Department Stores
Table: Select Department Store Retailers
E-Commerce And Online Marketplaces
Table: Select E-Commerce Retailers And Online Marketplaces
Drugstores And Pharmacies
Table: Select Drugstore And Pharmacy Retailers
Shopping Centres And Malls
Glossary
Methodology
Industry Forecast Methodology
Sources

India Consumer & Retail Report Q4 2017

BMI View:

The implementation of GST and lingering impact of demonentisation has negatively influencedconfidence in the most recent quarter, ending June 2017. However, slowing inflation, a robust economy andstill high confidence should overcome these short-term challenges to see another strong year ofconsumption growth, although down slightly form 2016. As a result, it remains one of the fastest-growingmarkets in the world.

We expect the Indian economy to remain the fastest growing major economy in Asia owing to robustmanufacturing and services sectors, as well support from an accommodative monetary policy by the centralbank. As a result, we forecast real GDP growth of 6.9% for FY2016/17 (April-March). We are also bullishon the immediate outlook for consumer spending, projecting real growth in private final consumption in2017 to reach 7.8% and 6.0% in 2018. This remains slightly lower than highs recorded over the last decade,but it is certainly a positive story given the size of the consumer market, and in comparison with globalpeers.


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