New retail parks are opening up in Croatia, which is creating expansion opportunities for non-grocery retailers. Commercial real estate investment picked up in 2022, with strong prospects for development in the medium to long-term.
Following wider European trends, Croatian consumers are expected to remain price-conscious at the start of the forecast period as inflation remains high. As the cost of living crisis continues to negatively impact disposable income, shoppers will remain highly budget focused, with less consideration given to non-essential products sold through non-grocery retailers.
Health and beauty specialists will register moderate value and volume growth over the forecast period. With social lifestyles back to normal, consumers will be keen to spend money on beauty products and eyewear once again.
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Operators whose primary focus is selling merchandise that is not food/drink/tobacco from retail outlets, kiosks, or market stalls. This is the aggregation of general merchandise stores, apparel and footwear specialists, appliances and electronics specialists, home products specialists, health and beauty specialists, leisure and personal goods specialists, and other non-grocery retailers.See All of Our Definitions
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