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This guide to Thailand explores the key trends in grocery retail, the outlook for the country’s differing channels over the five year forecast period and the growth strategies of its leading retailers.

We review the five big trends that we identified at the start of 2019, plus provide insight on the latest performance of Asia's leading grocery retailers.

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Big C's sales declined by 6% year-on-year for the half of the year, as non-food retail areas were closed and hours were limited due to night-time curfew. The retailer is making plans for the future to return to growth and prevent further business disruptions.

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BJC’s consolidated revenue for Q2 2020 reached THB38,604 (US$1,239m), declining by 13.2% due to lower sales across most of its segments except healthcare. Grocery retail segment was also adversely impacted due to COVID-19 measures. Grocery retail sales decreased by 11.7% BJC recorded sales of THB25,698m for its grocery retail business, a drop of THB3,292m (US$106m) or -11.7%. Same-store-sal...
Berli Jucker Plc (BJC), the operator of Big C, plans to allocate THB8-10bn (US$254m-US$318m) this year to expand its business. Investment focus on Big C Supercenter Rami Piirainen, Vice-President for investor relations, said about 70% of the budget will be used to expand the business of Big C Supercenter this year, and the rest for its other businesses. Three Big C hypermarkets will be open...
Big C, operated by Berli Jucker, has set aside THB6.5bn (US$214m) to expand in Thailand and overseas. Confidence in domestic market The retailer will invest THB5.5bn (US$181.3m) in Thailand to open five to seven new Big C hypermarkets and 300 to 400 mini Big C stores in 2020. Another THB500m (US$16.5m) will be spent on IT facilities. It will also be studying the feasibility of opening “town...
Berli Jucker (BJC), operator of Big C in Thailand, reports a decline in total consolidated revenue of 0.1% for Q3 2019. Decline attributed to lower retail sales Its retail division, which consists of Big C grocery stores and Pure drugstores, recorded total sales of THB27.3bn (US$900m) for Q3 2019, a decrease of -1.4% over the same period last year. Same store sales slowed down to -4.9% year...

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