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Euromonitor data and market analysis advances your knowledge of global economic analysis and consumer lifestyle research, ensuring accurate and focused strategies for your business. We monitor and analyse trends and influences on consumer behaviour, lifestyle indicators, demographics, and income and expenditure patterns worldwide, including in-depth data and analysis on market segmentation and market size.  

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Global Briefing

Consumer Payments 2015: Trends, Developments and Prospects

Globally, the consumer payment market has more than doubled over the last decade to reach US$47 trillion in 2014. There are three main themes that will dominate the consumer payments storyline in 2015: driving financial card payment volume by ...

Mar 2015 | US$1,200 | Pages: 55 | Add to cart | View details

City Review

Kuala Lumpur City Review

Kuala Lumpur is the key political, financial and economic hub of Malaysia and one of the fastest-growing cities in Asia Pacific. The official plans to place the city among the world's top cities by 2020 include strong economic growth, tackling ...

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City Review

San Francisco City Review

San Francisco is a sophisticated knowledge-based economy. Its leading industries include IT and software, life sciences, biotech, clean technology and financial services. The high-tech industry is expected to sustain the city's GDP growth to 2018. ...

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City Review

Lagos City Review

Back in the 1970s Lagos was considered so overcrowded that plans were made to move the official capital of Nigeria to a purpose-built city. Regardless of any urban planning attempts, Lagos continued sprawling, with 70% of its population living with ...

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City Review

Jakarta City Review

Jakarta is a key commercial, political and business hub of Indonesia. In terms of human development index (a composite demographic measure), the city is more advanced than the rest of Indonesia, but rapid urbanisation across the country poses serious...

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City Review

Madrid City Review

Madrid is one of the major European finance centres, with its stock exchange market ranked among top five in Europe. The metropolitan region fares better than the rest of Spain in coping with the current economic slowdown. Madrid boasts a greater ...

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City Review

London City Review

London's ascent is indeed spectacular: from a Roman settlement on the river Thames to the UK's largest industrial centre in the 20th century. Today London is one of the world's leading financial and cultural centres. As of 2013, London is home to ...

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City Review

Abu Dhabi City Review

The UAE's oil giant, Abu Dhabi, is recognising the need to diversify its economy. Although oil will remain a major source of GDP, non-oil industries are expected to emerge as the new engines of its economy. The city also aims to use oil receipts to ...

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City Review

Dubai City Review

Dubai, a renowned business and tourist destination, saw its population leap from 3.6 to 5.2 million over 2008-2013. Following the bailout by Abu Dhabi in 2009, Dubai concentrated on trade and tourism to ensure recovery and future growth. The city ...

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City Review

Copenhagen City Review

In economic terms Copenhagen is among the top 10 Western European growth cities. With the trading links to other European markets, the city is the leading hub of commerce in Denmark. Exports comprised 43% of Copenhagen's GDP in 2013. Among Western ...

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City Review

Barcelona City Review

Barcelona is the leading industrial hub of Spain. The city generates 18% of the country's total GVA in the goods-producing, energy and mining industries. A highly-educated workforce and relatively low salaries make Barcelona the most attractive place...

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City Review

Amsterdam City Review

Amsterdam is the major centre of business services in the Netherlands, with a beneficial tax regime and well-developed infrastructure. The services sector in the city is also characterised by the international profile of its businesses. Overall, ...

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City Review

Helsinki City Review

Helsinki is as an essential participant in Finland's economy, with the busiest port in the country and a strong position in services. The city also benefits from great labour productivity. In 2013 Helsinki accounted for 38% of Finland's GDP and was ...

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City Review

Bangkok City Review

Bangkok is the driving force of Thailand's economy, generating 44% of the country's total GDP in 2013. The economic efficiency of the city is related to its major infrastructure facilities (including its seaport and Bangkok International airport, the...

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Global Briefing

Global Soft Drinks Distribution: The Challenge of Traditional Grocery Retail

Small, independent, often family-owned shops are still the very definition of retail in many markets, and are set to remain so for the foreseeable future. In this new report, Euromonitor International offers an in-depth examination of this vital ...

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City Review

Vancouver City Review

In 2013, Vancouver was home to 2.4 million people, and thanks to Canada's liberal immigration policies and well-promoted liveability of the city, the city's population is rapidly growing. Vancouver is also an expensive city in which to live in ...

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Global Briefing

Soft Drinks in Southeast Asia: Diversifying Product Mix Amidst Evolving Consumer Base

Emerging economies in Southeast Asia have made the region a hot bed for soft drinks growth over the last decade. However, as a broader range of consumers demand packaged beverages, global and regional manufacturers need to evolve their offerings to ...

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City Review

Dublin City Review

Dublin could be rightfully called the engine of Ireland's economy, with banking, financial management and IT services concentrated in the city. Recent years (2008-2013), however, have been ruinous to the city's economy: Dublin lost the largest share ...

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City Review

Osaka City Review

Osaka is Japan's second metropolis by population size and economic importance. While the city ranks considerably below Tokyo in its international importance and attractiveness to multinational corporations, the Osaka metropolitan region hosts ...

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City Review

Miami City Review

In 2013, Miami registered the second largest share of GVA derived from services among world's major cities, with commerce accounting for 28% of Miami's GVA. Miami's economy is greatly shaped by the area's attractiveness to tourists and its role as a ...

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City Review

Los Angeles City Review

With 13.1 million inhabitants in 2013, Los Angeles is the second largest city in the US. The city concentrates television and film production, and is often referred to as the world's entertainment capital. Besides creative industries, well-developed ...

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City Review

Phoenix City Review

Phoenix is one of the major economic centres in the US Southwest thanks to its good geographic location, trade and tourism activities. The city is also a hub of outsourced activities in business services. Strong economic potential, cheap housing and ...

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City Review

Philadelphia City Review

Philadelphia derives economic strength from its advantageous location half way between New York and Washington, as well as relatively low business operation costs. In 2013, GVA produced per employee was 17% higher in the city than in the rest of the ...

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City Review

Delhi City Review

Delhi is a fast developing metropolis. Over 2008-2013 its economy expanded by 53% in real terms, while the total population rose by 13% overall. The city's economic landscape is rapidly shifting toward high value added services such as finance and ...

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City Review

Boston City Review

Boston is a highly innovative, knowledge-based economy, with a GDP of US$347 billion in 2013. Finance, professional services, healthcare and education are thriving industries in the metropolis. Yet, despite Boston's abundant job opportunities and ...

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City Review

Tunis City Review

Tunis is a competitive economic hub in the Middle East and North Africa region. As of 2013 the city contributed 37% to Tunisia's total GDP and was home to almost a quarter of the country's population. Revolutionary 2011 brought some disruption to ...

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City Review

Montreal City Review

Montreal stands out in Canada for its scientific, retailing and logistics potential. The city continues growing both in terms of population and GDP. The Port of Montreal, the second biggest container handling port in the country, is an important hub ...

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City Review

Berlin City Review

Due to its communist legacy, Berlin has traditionally been a laggard among German cities. Nonetheless, thanks to decades of federal investment projects, rising tourism and growing interest in its real estate, Berlin is finally taking its grip and ...

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City Review

New York City Review

New York is the world's leading city by business services GVA - not least thanks to the thriving finance industry in the city. The high-value-added jobs in business services and high labour productivity make the city's population the most affluent in...

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City Review

Cairo City Review

A prominent trade and tourist hub, Cairo contributes 35% of Egypt's total GDP, with 24% of the country's employed population as of 2013. However, internationally, the city's economic footing is shaky: Cairo's labour productivity (or GDP per employee)...

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City Review

Toronto City Review

In 2013, Toronto metropolitan region accounted for 19% of Canada's GVA and was home to 5.8 million people. The city is the third largest financial centre in North America, hosting international banks, accounting and insurance companies. The Toronto ...

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City Review

Tokyo City Review

Tokyo is the world's largest metropolis, with 37 million people in 2013. The city continues to grow, albeit at a slower rate, thanks to incoming migrants attracted by the ample work opportunities. Tokyo is a well functioning metropolis - for example,...

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City Review

Minsk City Review

In 2013 Minsk accounted for 27% of national GDP and 22% of the total Belarusian population. The city's greater involvement in foreign trade and a higher concentration of foreign direct investment compared to other Belarusian regions contributes to ...

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City Review

Washington City Review

Washington has more to offer than being "a government city". It is one of the most post-industrial metropolises in the US. Business services is the leading sector in the city's economy, claiming an outstanding 43% of local GVA in 2013. Washington ...

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City Review

Chicago City Review

Chicago has a well-developed financial and professional services industry, thanks to the availability of an educated workforce, beneficial business environment and high quality of life. The city is a major financial centre in North America. In 2013, ...

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City Review

Ho Chi Minh city City Review

Over the last few decades (since 1993), Ho Chi Minh City has undergone years of impressive population and economic growth. Due to such intensive development, the city's area is gradually expanding beyond its current borders, and provinces surrounding...

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Future Demographic

Serbia in 2030: The Future Demographic

In 2030, the population of Serbia will reach 6.5 million, a decrease of 10.2% from 2012. It has an ageing population, and in 2030 will be the ninth oldest country in the world, measured by median age. Sharply falling birth rates will be driving ...

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Consumer Lifestyle

Consumer Lifestyles in Qatar

Qatari consumers have amongst the highest incomes in the world but they must deal with a high and growing cost of living. Nevertheless, consumer spending continues to increase. Close to 85% of the population are expats and this has influenced the ...

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Future Demographic

Israel in 2030: The Future Demographic

In 2030, the population of Israel will reach 10.6 million, an increase of 33.5% from 2012. Population growth between 2012 and 2030 will be mainly driven by natural change (births minus deaths). However, the birth rate and fertility rate, although ...

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Global Briefing

Where Are Our Calories Coming From? Actions Being Taken to Improve Nutrition

With the world’s expanding waistline continuing to make a significant contribution to health problems and government expenditure, this briefing maps out where consumers are purchasing their calories. From the introduction of “fat taxes” to ...

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Global Briefing

Corporate Strategies in Health and Wellness: Part 2 – Focus – Emerging Markets

High growth is the hallmark of emerging economies. This report identifies the most successful strategies for health and wellness companies wishing to operate in these markets, which, owing to the rapidly increasing incidence of chronic disease, are ...

Jan 2015 | US$1,200 | Pages: 53 | Add to cart | View details

City Review

Shenzhen City Review

With a population of 10.6 million and GDP of US$234 billion in 2013, Shenzhen is the fifth-largest city in China and a major city in the south of Guangdong Province. Shenzhen is home to China's first Special Economic Zone, which has given a major ...

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City Review

Beijing City Review

Beijing is China's administrative and educational centre, at the same time hosting important manufacturing and research sites. In pursuit of a "headquarters economy", Beijing is aiming to attract more high value-added services into the city. At the ...

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City Review

Tianjin City Review

Tianjin is a vital manufacturing base in North China. Located in relatively close proximity to Beijing, Tianjin has attracted a number of strategic industries and enjoyed preferential policy treatment. The Chinese government has plans to transform ...

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City Review

Shanghai City Review

Shanghai may be regarded as China's most advanced city. Its economy is heavily orientated towards services, and growth in wage rates poses challenges to the competitiveness of many manufacturing industries in the city (particularly wage-sensitive ...

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City Review

Guangzhou City Review

Guangzhou is a major regional centre in China. Its economy has long been fuelled by its proximity to Hong Kong, which transited its demand for goods and services to neighbouring Guangzhou. Similar to other Chinese cities, Guangzhou is struggling to ...

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City Review

Wuhan City Review

Wuhan is located in central China, at the major river ways connecting the city to the country's coastal areas. The convenient geographic location has helped the city to prosper as a hub for manufacturing, logistics and education. Wuhan is striving to...

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Consumer Lifestyle

Consumer Lifestyles in Latvia

After suffering through years of austerity, Latvian consumers are now enjoying rising disposable incomes and, in turn, are spending more on goods and services. On the other hand, many households are still struggling and many remain price-conscious ...

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Future Demographic

Hungary in 2030: The Future Demographic

Depopulation in Hungary will accelerate in 2012-2030 when the population will fall by 5.8% to total 9.4 million by 2030. This decline will be driven by low and falling birth rates resulting in deaths exceeding births by a growing margin each year. ...

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Consumer Lifestyle

Consumer Lifestyles in Morocco

Morocco largely avoided turmoil in the aftermath of the Arab Spring. As a result, the growth of the middle class has continued unabated. The growing number of younger urban households has created increased demand for modern retail, although the large...

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