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Europe, 1990

The trade of food products in Europe, when compared with other items, has always been fairly limited, perhaps due to cultural differences and barriers to the free movement of goods. What, then, will “completion of the internal market” really mean for food retailers?

The Europe Council researched the 1992 programme to discover how it will impact the grocery trade in Europe. Read the rest of the report below to learn more about how this information will help you better understand how to grow your business amid market changes.

  • Part 1 – Grocery Retailing and 1992
  • Part 2 – The Social Charter and Food Retailing
  • Part 3 – Food Retailing and Alliances: Strategic Implications
  • Part 4 – Food Retailing in a Greener Europe
  • Part 5 – Retail Logistics: Physical Distribution Post 1992
  • Part 6 – Prospects for Grocery Brands in the Single European Market
  • Part 7 – The Opening Up of Eastern Europe: The Implications for West European Businesses
  • Part 8 – Talking to Governments
  • Part 9 – EC Retailers and Non-EC Suppliers: The Impact on Trading Relationships Post 1992
  • Part 10 – The Single Market Legislation – An Update
  • Part 11 – The Single Market: 1992 in Retrospect