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 Market Research for Bolivia

Euromonitor publishes reports on industries, consumers and demographics in Bolivia.

  • Industry specific reports offer insight into market size and market share in Bolivia; as well as industry trends in each specific industry.
  • The Consumer Lifestyles in Bolivia report examines national lifestyle habits, ranging from health and living standards, income and earning patterns, eating and drinking habits, to home ownership trends.
  • Bolivia in 2030: The Future Demographic contains information on long term population changes, population by gender, consumer segment: babies, infants, toddlers, children, tweenagers, teenagers, studying age, young-adults, middle-aged adults, and the elderly.

View our Bolivia statistics factfile.

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Country Report

Wine in Bolivia

Local companies are investing in renovating brand images for their products. Companies make leverage of terms like “vinos de altura” (high-altitude wines) due to the fact that these products are produced at high-altitude conditions in which they ...

Jun 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 25 | Add to cart | View details

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Spirits in Bolivia

Economic conditions during the review period favoured the growth of spirits in Bolivia. However, maturity and high penetration of the largest category, singani, did not yield dynamic rates. Smaller categories drove growth in 2013. Companies invested ...

Jun 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 34 | Add to cart | View details

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Cider/Perry in Bolivia

Cider/perry companies were focused on distribution in 2013. By making their brands available through modern and traditional retailers they ensured that these brands would reach consumers. In addition, brands that were only regionally available during...

Jun 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 23 | Add to cart | View details

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Rtds/High-Strength Premixes in Bolivia

The majority of Bolivian consumers are guided by price when it comes to consumption. During the review period there were several increases of unit prices of beer, spirits and other alcoholic drinks. As a result, RTDs/high-strength premixes were ...

Jun 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 27 | Add to cart | View details

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Alcoholic Drinks in Bolivia

Tax increases limited growth in 2013. Most categories were impacted by consumers’ demand for low-priced alcoholic drinks. In addition, companies had to pass tax increases onto consumers. Beer was also impacted by the implementation of the Fondo ...

Jun 2014 | US$1,900 | Pages: 69 | Add to cart | View details

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Beer in Bolivia

Since the application of the Fondo Pro-Leche (Pro-Milk Fund), beer prices have increased, impacting consumption. Beer companies passed this fee onto consumers. As a result, beer prices increased in 2013 by an average 8%. The tax, imposed and updated ...

Jun 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 32 | Add to cart | View details

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Coffee in Bolivia

Bolivian consumers continued to favour the growth of instant coffee in Bolivia in 2013. The main reason behind this performance was the perceived convenience this product offers them. Coffee production according to press reports is declining due to ...

Jun 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 18 | Add to cart | View details

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Other Hot Drinks in Bolivia

Flavoured powder drinks was the largest category within other hot drinks in Bolivia in 2013. Children are the main consumers of this type of product and therefore most companies try to attract this consumer segment. Companies invest in adding ...

Jun 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 17 | Add to cart | View details

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Hot Drinks in Bolivia

Hot drinks’ growth was boosted mainly by the increase in coffee consumption in Bolivia. Although fruit/herbal tea and green tea also helped to increase the performance of tea in Bolivia, coffee remained the most influential product in terms of growth...

Jun 2014 | US$1,900 | Pages: 36 | Add to cart | View details

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Tea in Bolivia

Tea in Bolivia was growing at only a moderate rate due to the increasing substitution of tea crops with coca crops. Nonetheless, companies’ investments in premium products, new designs and flavours of other fruit/herbal tea continued to allow some ...

Jun 2014 | US$900 | Pages: 23 | Add to cart | View details
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