As growth slows in the ‘Old West’, global suppliers are venturing into new territories. But they’re facing stiff competition from domestic players.
After the storm of recession, dead calm. Sales have flattened for the top 50 fmcg giants of today but a few are speeding along, writes James BallAs recession battered global markets, the world’s biggest fmcg companies proved their mettle.Huge, efficient and diverse, they ploughed through 2008’s economic storm – as ...
With the recession weighing down on the industry, only the fittest can bear the strain. But deep discounts and trusted brands mean grocery is muscling on.The outlook for this year was pretty bleak. If the global economic meltdown didn’t leave you without savings, a pension or a job, then swine ...
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