The Future of the Grocery Retail Market in Libya to 2021
This report provides in depth data on the grocery retail market in Libya. It features historic data and five year forecasts for market value and per capita spend in the grocery market. Our data also includes the number of outlets in the store universe by channel and channel values for open market vendors, small stores and kiosks, medium stores, supermarkets, hypermarkets and forecourt retailers.
It also analyses the competitive landscape in Libya with data on the leading domestic and international store networks. Trendtype's proprietary data supports a detailed analysis of the risks and market opportunity in Libya and assesses its market attractiveness for retailers.
- Assess the key drivers of grocery retail market growth in Libya - Quantify the size of the grocery retail market with forecasts through to 2021 - Understand the size and structure of the store universe in Libya - Quantify sales by channel and the size of the modern and traditional channels - Identify the leading domestic and international supermarket chains and the competitive landscape - Analyse the market opportunity, attractiveness, risk factors and future outlook for Libya
- What are the key drivers of the grocery retail market in Libya? - What is the market size and value of the grocery retail market? - What is size and structure of the store universe? - What is the value of each grocery retail channel? - Who are the leading domestic and international supermarket chains? - What are the winning strategies for success in Libya? - How attractive is Libya as a grocery retail market compared to other countries in Africa and North Africa? - How will grocery retail spend overall and per capita grow through to 2021?
- Libya is one of the most challenging markets in Africa as a result of its high risk and lack of central government. - For now, underlying living standards are high and there are bullish economic forecasts for Libya's recovery. - The modern trade is severely underdeveloped - although supermarkets exist, there are few large supermarkets. - When investment does come it will likely be from Turkey or via Tunisian, Maltese or Egyptian partners. - The tipping point will be the move away from malls and into neighbourhood store networks.