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Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/01/2014 -- 2013 was another hard year for the Spanish economy, although macroeconomic developments showed some improvement, especially during the last quarter of the year, with unemployment decreasing in December, and the sovereign prime risk easing the pressure from international markets, leading to a path of weak growth at the end of the year. Despite this, the high unemployment in the Spanish economy in 2013 once again hampered the development of footwear, which declined by 2% in current value terms; a slightly better performance than that achieved in 2012.
America Nike continued to lead footwear in 2013, accounting for a value share of 6%. The main reason was once again the popularity of Nike as a brand, supported by the fact that Spaniards were investing in affordable leisure activities as a form of entertainment. The rise of sports activities benefited sports-inspired companies, and as such, this was seen by the rise of the French retailer Decathlon in Spain.
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Footwear in Spain is expected to see a rather stable performance in value terms at constant 2013 prices during the forecast period, as the Spanish economy is expected to perform better in the forecast period. The IMF and other international organisations have announced that 2014 will be the year of expected economic recovery for the Spanish economy, although recovery in the country is expected to take several years, as more reforms and austerity measures will need to be applied in order to meet the European Union requirements related to the public deficit.
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The Footwear in Spain market research report includes:
- Analysis of key supply-side and demand trends
- Detailed segmentation of international and local products
- Historic volumes and values, company and brand market shares
- Five year forecasts of market trends and market growth
- Robust and transparent market research methodology, conducted in-country
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- What is the market size of Footwear in Spain?
- What are the major brands in Spain?
- How dynamic is the growth of clothing and footwear internet sales?
- What is the performance of women?s clothing vs men?s clothing?
- What % of clothing and footwear sales goes through grocery retailers?
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