Retail Purchasing Power

GfK Retail Purchasing Power refers to the portion of general purchasing power available for retail spending. The data reveals the composite demand potential for brick-and-mortar, online and mail-order retail for a given region. The purchasing power figures refer to consumers' places of residence rather than points of sale.

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