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When you're out traveling the world, odds are you'll run into one of these retailers.
In a new report, JLL real estate studied 240 international brands across what it considers the most attractive 140 cities for retailers. These cities include New York, Tokyo and Jakarta, Indonesia, and account for one-third of consumer spending.
The top three brands were born in the USA. But European labels make up the bulk of the list, rounding out the top 10.
"European retailers continue to dominate the global landscape because the market is a combination of so many smaller countries," JLL's James Brown said.
Still, Brown predicts it's "just a matter of time" before American-based brands outpace their European competitors.
See below for the 10 retail brands with the greatest exposure in JLL's most attractive cities.
Note: Figures refer to the percent of top cities in which each retailer has at least one store.