Photo processing in Canada
Drugstore/pharmacy stores were the most substantial players in the market for film processing services in Canada, according to the 1998 PMA Canadian Consumer Photographic Survey. The survey reports that 36.2% of Canadian households had standard film processing work done at a drugstore/pharamcy, followed by 24.0% at camera stores; 23.4% at supermarkets and 16.2% at discount stores. Compared to survey results in 1991, the biggest gainers in terms of patronage were discount stores and supermarkets, which increased their market share from 4.7% to 16.2% and from 12.3% to 23.4%, respectively, from 1991 to 1997. Over the same period, one-hour photo labs and camera stoers lost considerable portions of their own market share, from 33.65% to 11.7%, and from 38.8% to 24.0%, respectively.
Publication Name: Photo Marketing
Profit and the legitimacy of the Canadian banking industry
Response of Canadian bankers to public opinion on their financial performance and business practices is presented. Legitimacy of banking industry in Canada is discussed in this context.
Publication Name: Accounting, Auditing and Accountability
S&P credit market services view
The credit quality and earnings growth momentum of regional banks in the Untied States are analyzed.
Publication Name: Standard & Poor's Industry Surveys: Banking
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