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Sales of Bags and Luggage decline in 2015

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For the first time in six years, bags and luggage is expected to see a global value sales decline of 2% in 2015. All bags and luggage categories except crossbody bags are predicted to see negative growth during the year as a whole. Handbags looks set to be the worst hit, with an estimated absolute decrease of US$1.3 billion. While the US and China are spearheading the world in terms of retail sales in 2015, UAE, India and Argentina are anticipated to see the strongest year-on-year growth.

Aug 2015| Explore

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Key Trends for GCC Markets

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GCC countries are shifting away from oil, looking to financial services and tourism. Medial tourism achieved high performance, with GCC authorities investing in state-of-the art facilities. Companies expected to perform the best are the ones investing in cutting edge mobile interaction platforms. Sustainability in the preparation of Mega events Dubai Expo and FIFA World Cup will be key. Personal tracking technologies, online wallet and virtual payment via smartphone will play a fundamental role

Aug 2015| Watch

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A Growing Market Force

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This datagraphic visualises key points from the latest Strategy Briefing, Toddlers to Tweens: Consumption Habits of Global 3–12 Year Olds. The full report considers the impacts of this change on consumer behaviour and has been published as part of Consumer Trends and Lifestyles, but to read the report's summary Executive Briefing, click here.

Aug 2015| Explore

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