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Future Demographic

India in 2030: The Future Demographic

Despite a slowdown in population growth in 2012-2030 due to falling births and increasing deaths, India’s youthful age structure ensures that population gains will still remain strong. India is expected to overtake China to become the largest country...

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Future Demographic

Portugal in 2030: The Future Demographic

In 2030, the population of Portugal will fall to 9.6 million, a decrease of 9.3% from 2012. This decline will be driven by huge falls in the population aged 0-49 as a result of falling birth rates and negative net migration. Portugal will be the ...

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Future Demographic

Croatia in 2030 : The Future Demographic

Croatia’s population peaked at 4.8 million in 1991 and is in long term decline. In 2030, the population will reach 4.0 million, 15.8% lower than its peak. Depopulation in 2012-2030 will be mainly driven by increasingly negative natural change as a ...

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Global Briefing

The Impact of Demographics and Income on Toys Spending

Although the world’s child population has been declining, this will be a short-lived phenomenon. The trend towards smaller families in many markets ties in with other cultural and income shifts that actually stand the global toys market in good ...

Dec 2014 | US$1,200 | Pages: 22 | Add to cart | View details

City Review

Buenos Aires City Review

Buenos Aires is a major industrial, commercial and business services hub in Argentina. The city accounts for 30% of the country's exports, making Buenos Aires the largest exporter in Argentina. In 2012, the city produced 43% of the country's GDP, and...

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City Review

Sarajevo City Review

Sarajevo is a prime economic centre in Bosnia and Herzegovina, contributing over one-fifth of the national GDP and home to 11% of the country's population. The 1984 Winter Olympics marked the city's glory days, while the siege in the 1990s undermined...

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City Review

Seoul City Review

With 24 million inhabitants in 2012, Seoul is the world's third-largest metropolitan area. The city has its sights on becoming a leading business hub in North-east Asia. Its strengths lie in a hard-working and educated workforce and superb ...

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City Review

Skopje City Review

Skopje is a Balkan metropolis coping with high unemployment and struggling to appeal to foreign investors to accelerate the city's economic growth. Skopje has major reconstruction plans, which have yet to be implemented and aim to revive the urban ...

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City Review

Doha City Review

Doha is booming on all fronts. Over 2007-2012, the Qatari capital had the fastest growing metropolitan economy in the Gulf, expanding by an impressive 76%. A major boost came from the country's thriving oil and gas industries and Qatar's secured ...

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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

Shenzhen City Review

With a population of 10.6 million and GDP of US$204 billion in 2012, 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

Lima City Review

Lima occupies a prominent place in Peru's economic scene, accounting for half of national GDP and locating over a third of the country's total population. By developing its Callao port and Jorge Chivez International Airport, Lima strives to become a ...

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City Review

Montevideo City Review

With nearly two million people in 2012, Montevideo is a relatively small city compared to other capital cities in Latin America. At the same time, its small size brings order and a quality of life that other cities in Latin America often lack. The ...

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City Review

Kuwait City City Review

Kuwait City is the economic backbone of Kuwait, a Gulf state that still has significant oil reserves. In 2012, 68% of Kuwait City's GVA originated in manufacturing and mining, making it one of the least diversified economies in the region. Being more...

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City Review

Athens City Review

In 2012, Athens, the key metropolitan region in Greece, is coping with economic recession, a rocketing unemployment rate, and citizen discontent, often leading to rioting on the city's streets. Between 2007 and 2012, average household income in ...

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City Review

Auckland City Review

Auckland is the major trade, transportation and financial services centre in New Zealand. In 2012, Auckland produced 35% of the country's GVA, with the city's share rising above 40% of national sectoral output in commerce and business services, ...

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City Review

Baku City Review

Baku claims the lion's share of the total GDP of Azerbaijan, accounting for 73% in 2012. The city plays a vital role not only within the national borders but also far beyond, as it is the origin of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline, the ...

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City Review

Bratislava City Review

In terms of economic development, Bratislava stands well ahead of the rest of Slovakia. In 2012 11% of Slovakia's population in Bratislava created 28% of the country's GDP: high inflows of foreign direct investment and proximity to the strong ...

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City Review

Brussels City Review

Brussels' international profile is the source of both the city's wealth and its social issues. EU officials, vast armies of lobbyists, lawyers and consultants account for most of the city's well paid jobs. Nonetheless, the city's consumer market is ...

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City Review

Johannesburg City Review

Johannesburg is the financial centre of South Africa, home to the 19th-largest stock exchange worldwide, and one of the most affluent metropolitan regions in Africa. Similarly to other African cities, Johannesburg faces huge unemployment, ...

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City Review

Karachi City Review

Karachi is one of the most populous metropolises worldwide, being home to 22.4 million people in 2012. Its economic potential is considerable, although constant violent strife among its ethnically diverse population has earned Karachi the title of ...

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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

Santiago City Review

In 2012, Santiago created half of Chile's GDP: the city is the leading business services hub in Chile and concentrates many entities in financial intermediation and insurance activities. While its industrial processing is largely low value-added, ...

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City Review

Santo Domingo City Review

Santo Domingo is the largest city in the Dominican Republic. Being home to two international airports and two of the country's major ports, Santo Domingo derives the largest share (39%) of its GVA from commerce. The city also occupies a prominent ...

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City Review

Sofia City Review

A favourable location, skilled workforce and high value-added jobs give Sofia an edge over the rest of the country: with 18% of Bulgaria's population, Sofia generated 41% of the country's GDP in 2012. This resulted in a higher household income level ...

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City Review

Taipei City Review

Taipei is a widely recognised high-tech hub, with the headquarters of major companies such as Acer, Compal Electronics and Foxconn. The city benefits from one of the highest labour productivities in Asia-Pacific, which boosts the income of its ...

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City Review

Antwerp City Review

Antwerp is the second-most important consumer market in Belgium after Brussels. The city acts as Europe's key sea transport node (the third-largest by tonnage handled in 2013), and Antwerp derives most of its wealth from the activities of its ...

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City Review

Douala City Review

Douala, an economic powerhouse of Cameroon, contributed 32% to national GDP with just 12% of the country's employed population in 2012. The city's port, one of the largest on Africa's Atlantic coast, is a focal point of local economic activities. ...

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City Review

Nairobi City Review

Home to numerous international organisations and companies, Nairobi's importance reaches far beyond Kenya's borders. The city's economy is becoming increasingly oriented towards services; a share of business services and commerce increased from 54% ...

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City Review

Quito City Review

Quito is the capital city of Ecuador. Although conceding to the country's major economic centre Guayaquil in terms of population and economic output, Quito is home to many labour-productive industries and educated population of Ecuador. Quito's ...

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City Review

Guayaquil City Review

Guayaquil is a major city in Ecuador, surpassing Quito, the country's capital city, in terms of population. Guayaquil's economic importance is primarily based on its seaport, which handles more than half of Ecuador's exports and imports. Cyclical ...

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Global Briefing

Converting Paper Payments

Alternatives to paper payment have the potential to positively impact all actors involved in the payment process, from governments to consumers. Regulation and policy aimed at realising the efficiency gains and cost reductions has developed at ...

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Global Briefing

Global Processed Meat (Part 1): Category Dynamics and Market Trends

While the global processed meat market maintains its growth, regional trends reveal a mixed picture. This report explores salient trends from a geographic point of view, notably the ongoing power shift from the West to Asia Pacific and the Middle ...

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Consumer Lifestyle

Consumer Lifestyles in Ukraine

Recent political and economic upheaval has exacerbated the financial concerns of most consumers and convinced them to continue to cut back on their spending. When it comes to buying essentials—or even the infrequent treat or luxury item—consumers ...

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Consumer Lifestyle

Consumer Lifestyles in Slovakia

Slovakian consumers continue to exhibit caution when it comes to spending decisions, a result of the ongoing economic situation in the country. For most shoppers, price is the determining factor when considering the purchase of products and services,...

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Future Demographic

Greece in 2030: The Future Demographic

In 2030, the population of Greece will reach 10.3 million, a decrease of 7.4% from 2012. Population decline over this period will be driven by natural depopulation due to the number of deaths exceeding the number of births, as well as negative net ...

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Global Briefing

Where Will Growth Come From? Emerging Markets in Pet Care

A swelling urban middle class has proven to be fertile soil for pet care sales in emerging markets over recent years, with pet ownership increasingly as local consumers become more Westernised. While an economic slowdown in Brazil and Russia and ...

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Global Briefing

Online Travel Intermediaries: A Fast Changing Competitive Landscape

The online travel intermediaries sector continues to record strong growth globally while its competitive environment is quickly evolving and its players are forced constantly to change their business models to thrive. As technology players are rising...

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Global Briefing

Global Café Culture: Modern Formats, Localised Experience

Café culture is about more than just coffee: it is a study of dining customs, lifestyle traditions and social dynamics that explores how consumers use foodservice. Most global markets have some sort of long-standing café-based tradition, however, ...

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Future Demographic

The Czech Republic in 2030 : The Future Demographic

In 2030, the population of the Czech Republic will reach 10.3 million, a decrease of 2.2% from 2012. In 2030 the Czech Republic will be the ninth oldest country in the world and the country’s population decline will be due to a falling birth rate, ...

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Global Briefing

Innovation Airline Trends: Advancing the Airline Industry

In an era of intense competition and a challenging environment surrounding the airline industry, companies are seeking new ways to gain an advantage through innovation. Technology and creativity are driving such innovations, which span across a ...

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City Review

Riga City Review

Most of Latvia's economic activities are concentrated in Riga. The city accounts for 70% of the country's total GDP and just over half of Latvia's population. The metropolitan region also attracts 77% of the FDI in the country due to its ...

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City Review

Ankara City Review

Ankara emerged as a brand new city in Turkey, following its designation as the country's capital in 1923. By 2012, Ankara ranked among the wealthiest cities in Turkey, being second only to Istanbul in average household income and population size. ...

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City Review

Istanbul City Review

Istanbul emerged as a truly global city during the last few decades, as its population and GDP per capita soared. The city benefited from its developed logistics infrastructure and the availability of convenient locations for the world's major ...

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City Review

Almaty City Review

Almaty is Kazakhstan's foremost economic centre. In 2012, the city produced 20% of the country's GDP and hosted 1.9 million people. Almaty had the fourth largest share of GVA derived from services among the world's major cities, with commerce being ...

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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. Rapid urbanisation across the country poses serious ...

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City Review

Tallinn City Review

In 2012, Tallinn produced 60% of Estonia's GDP and hosted 556,000 people. Tallinn is the major centre of business services in Estonia including accounting, consulting and IT activities. The city also benefits from its port, which is the third largest...

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City Review

Lisbon City Review

Lisbon is the main hub of commerce and business services in Portugal. The city benefits from a steady flow of tourists, well-developed infrastructure and research and development institutions located in the metropolitan region. In 2012 Lisbon created...

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City Review

Prague City Review

Prague is considered a favourable place for investments because of its central location in Europe, skilled labour force and relatively stable economic situation in comparison to Eastern European countries. In 2012, the city produced 36% of the Czech ...

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Global Briefing

The World on a Plate: Trends in Packaged Food Flavours and Ethnic Cuisine - Part 2

Globalisation and migration are seeing the movement of people between countries. Migrants and travellers influence food culture, taking ethnic food to new markets. Innovative local companies and private label are crucial in development of ethnic ...

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