Analyzing the contribution made by retail industry towards economy of UK
The retail industry in the UK has been one of the largest business industries. It holds the majority of the market share between the shares of different business sectors. I
t is a very wide business sector offering several types of services and benefits for the economy.
The purpose of this research study is to find out how much contribution is made by the retail industry towards the UK economy. For that purpose, primary data can be collected from retail industry experts of UK through interview approach. It will also suggest the scope of improvements and developments which can be encouraged within the industry.
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