Another non-environmental wonder

McKinsey casts a dreamy look at the future for the world's emerging economies: replica USAs all around, with enough impersonal shopping experiences for everyone:

"Eventually, mom-and-pop stores may go the way of buggy whips, and the descendants of today’s village children in countries such as China and India may scoff at the idea of buying products and services anywhere but in climate-controlled malls or online sites. For now, though, manufacturers staking their futures on these booming economies must forge lasting relationships with a diverse set of retailers—before competitors do."

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