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June 4, 2012

Continued Resilience Despite Economic Adversity

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Euromonitor International’s latest research on global pet care is now live on Passport. Pet care retail values will continue to grow across all regions in 2012, with emerging economies driving sales. Brazil will overtake Japan as the world’s second largest pet care market, after the US, while Argentina remains a world beater in terms of pet food retail value growth. Premium food and treats will remain buoyant, creating further opportunities for pet specialist retailers and vet clinics worldwide.

 


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