- American global management consulting firm A.T. Kearney’ has released its Global Retail Development Index for 2019.
- The bi-annual study of the global retailing landscape ranks 30 developing countries based on three criteria: achieving a “Country Risk” score above 35, having a population of at least five million, and enjoying a per capita GDP of more than $3,000.
- Ghana emerges as the first country in Africa while Nigeria can be found down the list in the 30th position, the lowest in the index.
Nigeria may be the Giant of Africa,but not when it comes to the global retailing landscape. According to the latest Global Retail Development Index, Nigeria is 30th on the 2019 report.