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The Silk Road: How the Ukrainian Retail Works in Kazakhstan
Many Ukrainian companies, including the retail sector representatives, have successfully entered other countries markets. One of the countries where Ukrainian retail trade is expected and loved is Kazakhstan. Read more
Hello, sense! The Chinese machinery and electronics brand Hisense are entering Ukraine
The Hisense is represented in more than 80 countries and ranks third in the world on TV sales terms. Read more
The Caravan left: The Auchan Ukraine bought the Caravan chain assets
The Auchan increased its trade point number to 20 facilities throughout Ukraine, having gained control over nine Caravan hypermarkets Read more
Baldessarini opened in Ukraine the world’s first store in a new format
Why the classic men’s clothing German brand Baldessarini left Ukraine in 2014, and why after a three-year absence, the brand decided to return to the country. Read more
Burch Korkmazlar, LC Waikiki: We will enter Ukraine a products range for the home
CEE Director LC Waikiki said about the outlet-format development, the difference in sales in Ukraine and Belarus and the new LC Waikiki Home line. Read more
Rostislav Cherevko, adidas Ukraine: The Ukrainian market is unpredictable
As adidas Ukraine responds to the domestic market unpredictability and the buyers rapidly growing demands. Read more
Competitor for Sportmaster: Auchan to enters in Ukraine Decathlon chain
The first store of the sportswear Decathlon hypermarkets chain may appear in Ukraine at this year end − early next year. Read more
Wael Malik, RAVIN: We are looking capacities for the clothing production in Ukraine
The brand Ravin Jeans general director in Ukraine − about plans for the clothing production in the country, online-sales and store chain further development. Read more
Colliers Report: which of the international brands is actively developing in Ukraine
The foreign retailers interest to the Ukrainian market will grow in the event of situation stabilization in Ukraine in the coming years. Read more
The Polish LPP Group intends to rent new space 8,000 sq. m in Ukraine
In 2017, the LPP Group retail operator, managing the Reserved, Cropp, House, Mohito, Sinsay brands, is planning to rent a minimum of space 8 000 sq. m for opening its stores. Read more
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