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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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Future Demographic

Australia in 2030: The Future Demographic

In 2030, the population of Australia will reach 30.1 million, an increase of 25.9% from 2015. Falling birth rates mean that the proportion of younger age groups in the population will continue to shrink in 2015-2030, while the share of older groups ...

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Global Briefing

The Personalisation of Passenger Journey

The growing use of smart and wearable devices has transformed holiday booking processes as well as the overall travel experience. Travellers are no longer seeking unification and standardisation in products and services. Airlines will need to be ...

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Future Demographic

The World in 2030 : The Future Demographic

The world population is expected to reach 8.4 billion by 2030, an increase of 19.8% from 2012. Older age groups will increase rapidly during this time influenced by increasing life expectancy, however, over half of the world's population will still ...

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Future Demographic

Middle East and Africa in 2030 : The Future Demographic

In 2012-2030, the population of the Middle East and Africa region will experience the fastest growth (46.9%) out of all world regions to reach 1.9 billion in 2030. At the same time, the region will continue to be the youngest out of all world regions...

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Future Demographic

Latin America in 2030: The Future Demographic

In 2030, the population of Latin America should reach 705 million, an increase of 16.8% from 2012. Despite falling birth rates and the rapid growth of the 65+ age group in 2012-2030, the region will still have an overwhelmingly young age profile in ...

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Future Demographic

Australasia in 2030: The Future Demographic

In 2012-2030 the population of Australasia should increase rapidly with growth of 29.9% to reach 35.3 million by 2030. Growth will be driven by strong gains in all age groups, with particularly fast growth in older groups. High net migration, an ...

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Strategy Briefing

Global Consumer Attitudes to Home Ownership: In Search of a Room of One’s Own

Housing (shelter) is a fundamental human need, but its supply poses complex challenges. The manner in which these challenges are dealt with by markets and governments varies widely around the world, and these variations can have a profound impact on...

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Global Briefing

Middle East and Africa: Growing Opportunities for Consumer Appliances in a Diverse Market

Despite being the second most populated region after Asia Pacific, MEA accounts for a very marginal share in consumer appliances, both in volume and value. However, the region anticipates the second most dynamic growth in consumer appliances over ...

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Global Briefing

Key Trends in Global Weight Management

Weight management food and beverages is a US$158.3 billion market, which is continually evolving with changing consumer preferences and new scientific insights. Perceptions of fat, protein, carbohydrates, sugar and fibre are in continual flux, and ...

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Global Briefing

HW RTD Tea: An Attractive Market Yet to Be Fully Explored by Multinationals

As consumers are switching from, or reducing their consumption of carbonates, their interest in RTD tea, especially HW versions, is on the rise. HW RTD tea is an emerging playground for enthusiastic entrepreneurs, with many new drinks claimed to have...

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City Review

St Petersburg City Review

St. Petersburg carries less weight in Russia's economy compared with Moscow; the city adds only 5% to the country's GDP compared with Moscow's 26%. At the same time, St. Petersburg is an important urban agglomeration and has a sizeable affluent ...

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Future Demographic

Asia Pacific in 2030: The Future Demographic

In 2030, the population of Asia Pacific will reach 4.6 billion, an increase of 15.5% from 2012. Declining birth rates and an increase in death rates will cause natural change to decrease between 2012 and 2030. However, the relatively high birth rate ...

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Future Demographic

Eastern Europe in 2030: The Future Demographic

Eastern Europe will be the only world region to experience depopulation in 2012-2030. Its population will reach 319 million in 2030, a decline of 3.0% from 2012. Population decline is the result of falling birth rates due to low fertility and a ...

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Future Demographic

Western Europe in 2030: The Future Demographic

In 2030, the population of Western Europe will reach 517 million, an increase of 5.9% from 2012. This represents a slowing down of population growth compared to the 2000s due to declining natural change combined with a lower rate of net migration in ...

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Consumer Lifestyle

Consumer Lifestyles in Azerbaijan

The economy continues to grow based on the robust energy sector, but many consumers still have doubts about their future financial prospects. Regardless, disposable incomes and spending have grown and more consumers are buying homes and cars and are ...

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Strategy Briefing

Cultural Diversity and its Impact on Global Consumer Markets

Strong migration flows, combined with higher birth rates among minority populations, have led to an unprecedented level of ethnic, cultural and religious diversity in developed markets. This, along with ethnic minority consumers’ rising incomes, is ...

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City Review

Kiev City Review

Kiev is a large Eastern European city with 3.6 million people, but its economic potential is yet to be tapped. Compared to its peer metropolises in the wider region, GDP per capita is relatively low in the city. Despite its poor economic standing on ...

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City Review

Moscow City Review

Similar to other cities in Eastern Europe, Moscow's economy is dominated by commerce activities. Rising incomes contributes to the growing attractiveness of the city's consumer market. Moscow also accounts for most high value-added jobs in services ...

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City Review

Novosibirsk City Review

With 1.9 million people in 2013, Novosibirsk is Russia's third-most populous city. In its economic size and significance, the city ranks well behind Moscow or St. Petersburg. At the same time, in Siberia Novosibirsk is one of the most important urban...

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Future Demographic

North America in 2030: The Future Demographic

In 2030, the population of North America will reach 397 million, an increase of 13.8% from 2012. As natural change slows down in 2012-2030, net migration will grow in importance as a driver of population growth and by 2030 will account for over half ...

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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 ...

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Global Briefing

Staple Personal Care: Upholding Demand Through Reinvention

The basic nature of staple toiletries is set to shift, as more consumers develop a penchant for novelties that support their personal image and wellbeing. While developing markets hold the strongest prospects in standard staples, even here, these ...

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City Review

Seoul City Review

With 24 million inhabitants in 2013, Seoul is the world's fourth-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

Paris City Review

Paris metropolitan region is the undisputed economic centre of the country, despite a long-term policy of "métropoles d'équilibre" which focuses on the economic development of France's regional centres. Paris alone is responsible for 40% of France's ...

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City Review

Rio de Janeiro City Review

Among key Brazilian cities, Rio de Janeiro has the largest tertiary sector (82% of the city's GVA in 2013). The city benefits from its port and flows of international visitors. Research and development activities are also concentrated in Rio de ...

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City Review

Bangalore City Review

IT has made Bangalore. High-tech activities are a driving force of the city's success: over 2008-2013 metropolitan real GDP expanded by 31%, while population increased by 17% - the greatest increase among India's major cities. Yet, like any boomtown,...

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City Review

Nagoya City Review

Nagoya is the third largest metropolis by economic size in Japan. Worldwide, the city is an important consumer market, with US$195 billion in consumer expenditure in 2013 (ranking number 15 among 126 key cities of the world). The city is an ...

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City Review

Kolkata City Review

A long-lasting economic laggard among Indian cities, Kolkata, is hoping for a positive transformation. In 2013 the city still had the lowest GVA per employee and average disposable household income compared with Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. Yet GVA ...

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City Review

Warsaw City Review

In terms of GDP Warsaw is the largest urban economy in Poland and the third-largest in Eastern Europe (after Moscow and St. Petersburg). Warsaw's GDP per capita exceeds the rest of the country more than twice. Thanks to strong economic standing ...

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City Review

Mexico City Review

Once the manufacturing hub of the country, Mexico City is experiencing a rise of FDI inflows into the tertiary sector. In Mexico City, service industries account for one of the largest shares of GVA among the major Latin American metropolises (82% in...

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City Review

Rotterdam City Review

Rotterdam is Europe's key transportation hub, relying heavily on the activities of its seaport. Unfortunately, even the record performance of Rotterdam port did not provide enough jobs, as over 2008-2013 the city faced decreasing household income and...

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City Review

Vienna City Review

In 2013, Vienna produced 38% of Austria's GDP and was home to 2.9 million residents. Skilled immigrants, a high rate of labour force participation, and career-orientated population support the city's strong economic standing. Business services is one...

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City Review

Hamburg City Review

In 2013, Hamburg metropolitan area produced 5% of Germany's GDP and was home to 3.2 million people, making it one of the key urban agglomerations in the country. Hamburg's seaport, the second-largest in Europe, serves as a vital export link for ...

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City Review

Munich City Review

Munich is a major centre of manufacturing and business services in Germany with high-tech factories, banks and IT firms. The city benefits from a high concentration of skilled employees and qualified immigrants who are successfully integrated into ...

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City Review

Frankfurt City Review

Frankfurt is the fourth-largest metropolis in Germany in terms of GDP, trailing Berlin, Munich and Hamburg. Known as Germany's financial capital, Frankfurt boasts the highest share of GDP originating in the business services sector (41% in 2013) ...

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City Review

São Paulo City Review

São Paulo is the number 12 city worldwide in terms of GDP and number 10 in terms of population. São Paulo has a successful performance in business services, due to the city's role as the financial centre of Brazil. Continual increases in employment ...

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City Review

Milan City Review

Milan metropolitan region produced 12% of the country's GDP and was home to 4.5 million people in 2013. Beyond doubt, creative industries contribute significantly to the economy: Milan is the leading fashion capital in Italy, with many well-known ...

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City Review

Rome City Review

Rome is one of the top tourist destinations in the world thanks to its historic heritage and well-developed infrastructure. The city is also Italy's second-largest local economy, after Milan, producing 9% of the country's GDP. Rome's strong appeal ...

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City Review

Mumbai City Review

Mumbai is India's financial hub and the centre of the world's largest film industry. The city is confidently moving towards high value added economic activities. Mumbai's average household income (US$12,800 in 2013) is the third-highest in India ...

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City Review

Oslo City Review

Oslo, in contrast to the rest of Norway, mainly relies on business services in generating its income. For example, almost half of the country's research and development activities are concentrated in Oslo. Due to strong economic standing of the city,...

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City Review

Salvador City Review

Salvador is behind its larger peers (Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo) in Brazil in terms of GDP per capita, but the metropolitan region has shown healthy growth throughout the last decade. Manufacturing in the city is highly dominated by petrochemical, ...

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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 ...

Feb 2015 | US$725 | Pages: 23 | Add to cart | View details

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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