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New Markets: The Untapped Retail Buying Power in America’s Inner Cities
Andrew Cuomo (ed). There is enormous economic potential in America’s low-income communities, both urban & rural. Despite the huge retail purchasing power of their residents, many of the inner-city neighborhoods suffer from significant “out-shopping” -- they have too little retail to meet the demand, & tap the buying power, of their own residents. This report focuses on the strong growth potential in many inner-city neighborhoods that are underserved by retail stores. It focuses on retail buying power & sales patterns in the 539 principal U.S. central cities -- & specifically on the low-income inner-city neighborhoods within them. Highlights the potential which is estimated at $331 bill.
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