mercredi 26 octobre 2016

Walmart invests $50M in Chinese e-grocer

Dia-Eroski alliance approved | new Aldi mimics the design of Whole Foods Walmart Invests $ 50M in Chinese e-grocery | Spar China grows

Walmart invests $50M in Chinese e-grocer

Cosctutter Shopper First 'brand launches refresh - Major group Costcutter Supermarkets Group symbols, announced a major brand transformation to engage consumers and drive future growth of retail sales, as the title of his "first Shopper program '. New brand package (including a new logo) has been developed from a deep and extensive research and project review to provide better than ever how consumers in shop, and what customers want from their local stores; Costcutter to build its offering with these needs in its core.

Wal-Mart to invest $ 50m in China groceries online Wal-Mart Stores Inc will invest $ 50 million in grocery stores and online firm delivery Chinese New Dada, the US retailer said on Friday, extending its tie-ups with local players online to help boost sales in the second largest economy in the world. Wal-Mart changed its strategy in China earlier this year when it sold its own platform online Yihaodian in exchange for a stake in the giant local e-commerce New Dada Inc. is a joint venture party owned by Investment in New Dada Wal-Mart will target Chinese buyers with faster delivery in a popular market, but highly competitive online store. New Dada has over 25m registered customers and delivers to more than 300 Chinese cities. (Reuters)

Spar China reports strong growth

SPAR China reported a turnover of € 1.9 billion in 2015 results, 6.8% growth yoy. continuous investment not only in the retail trade with 360 stores today, but also provides the expansion of the chain through all the regions in which SPAR trades - Shandong, Guangdong, Shanxi and Inner Mongolia, Beijing (city) Sichuan, Henan and Hebei. In China, SPAR operates SPAR Hypermarket, Supermarket SPAR, SPAR neighborhood and SPAR Express formats. SPAR entered Indonesia in 2015 and opened 15 SPAR supermarkets in the first 9 months in partnership with Ramayana. SPAR India reported positive productivity and stores like for like sales with 17 hypermarkets in major cities. SPAR also announced its intention to enter Mongolia and Thailand earlier this year.

Spain CMBC takes no action against Dia and Eroski The competition authority of Spain (CMBC) said it will take any acton against Dia and Eroski to enter a purchasing alliance last year. The two retailers were reported to CNMC by IFLA and Promarca last November about a possible violation of the law of competition advocacy. Specifically, they felt that the alliance between the two retailers would facilitate "price fixing, limitation of investments for innovation or promote the imposition of similar conditions for different services and the subordination of contracts them for accepting payments and trading conditions that are not in accordance with the supply agreements with every distributor. ( Net

herlands: Jumbo invents bus-stop pop-up shop Dutch supermarket Jumbo opened a bus stop pop-up store, temporarily transforming a bus shelter in the Potter Straat in the city of Utrecht, the Netherlands. The project pop-up presents a selection of products, proven favorite purchases with Jumbo customers. Articles can be treated quickly scanned and added to a virtual shopping cart using the - recently upgraded - 'Jumbo app

vendredi 7 octobre 2016

The online Clothing distribution Market in China is decreasing

The online distribution Market in China ! 

The clothing online market in China increased by less than 45% in the second quarter of this year, the highest ever downturn, down more than 70% last six months.
JD followed the Alibaba step to explore a custom clothing niche market, apparently preparing for the maturation of online clothing market.

Giants suffer 

It is worth watching to see if the trend of deceleration continues in the next 2 quarters and whether it would affect the revenue and profit of Baba, JD and VIPS. booming online clothing market in China experienced a sharp slowdown in the second quarter. The annual growth rate fell by more than 70% six months ago to a two-year low of less than 45%. If the sharp slowdown continues in the second half of this year, it will have a significant impact on the revenues and profits of the largest online retailers in China Alibaba (NYSE: BABA), Jingdong Mall (NASDAQ: JD) and Vipshop ( NYSE: VIPS).

According to the latest quarterly report by Analysys, China's trade B2C clothing to look for a record 208.9 billion yuan in the second quarter of this year, an increase of 44.7% compared to there a year. It was also higher than the 186.77 billion yuan in the first quarter. Sales figures for the second quarter of each company are higher than the first quarter due to two factors. First, most people buy winter clothes in the fourth quarter, partly to prepare for the Chinese New Year. Secondly, the second quarter is the time to buy summer clothes and spring. To further stimulate this seasonal demand, various e-tailers have organized in recent years, three promotions, namely 19 April, 20 May and June 18. These three days have become "festivals" national and are successful in driving the overall growth of online clothing market.

Online clothing sales growth rate down nearly 30 percentage points

However, sales of Chinese clothing online now experiencing a strong deceleration. The transaction growth rates each year has dropped from a high all-time 72.2% in the fourth quarter of last year, only 44.7% in the second quarter of this year. It was also the growth rate the lowest in the last two years.


dimanche 7 août 2016

China, the third-largest natural gas consumer in the world

China, the third-largest natural gas consumer in the world, is for gas to lower sales prices planning to increase a portion of the expected sector reforms using the cleaner-burning fuel, state media reported.

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China, the third-largest natural gas consumer in the world

China has since 2015 already sagging in lifting demand growth for natural gas oriented reform plans to formulate industrial users are among the highest prices paid around the world were threatened Beijing's goals for pollution and emissions by more of the fuel. He Yongjian, deputy head of the planning department of the National Energy Administration, told state media in a weekend seminar which examined the policy to cut the regulated distribution costs for the fuel.

Such a development in the shares performances of city gas companies such as ENN Energy Holdings Ltd. and Shenzhen Gas said industry experts could weigh.

"We are short of natural gas but affordability is also a problem. We will take action to reform the pricing mechanism," he said, quoted by the China National Radio on Monday. Good head and the prices to consumers burdened as petrochemical plants and ceramic manufacturers would be determined by the market, while state-regulated distribution prices would be reduced. "May fall Prices for the distribution and transport of stages. The distribution costs in branch lines are relatively high, and it has pushed the cost to consumers upwards," he was quoted as saying.

can apply controlled Sections on transport fees on pipelines by state giants, mainly PetroChina, industry experts have said.

Under the current mechanism is Beijing, the ceiling on wholesale gas prices through a link on alternative fuels and promotes large consumer prices directly with suppliers such as PetroChina and Sinopec Corp. negotiate

But price adjustments recently made in November 2015 often delayed changes in benchmark fuels, making gas relatively more expensive compared to competing fuels. Demand growth has dropped dramatically over the last two years of the stormy years 2004-2013 to the low single digits, if demand increased fivefold. The provincial government of Guangdong and Zhejiang have earlier this year rolled out pilot projects to distribution costs, state Economic Information Daily reported in June, cut to pave the way for further modernization. China aims by 2020 to increase gas consumption to 360 billion cubic meters, almost double the 2015 level.