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Market Research on Hong Kong, China

Euromonitor International publishes the worlds' most comprehensive market research on consumer products, commercial industries, demographics trends and consumer lifestyles in Hong Kong, China.

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Euromonitor Hong Kong reports also cover: retailing, consumer food service, ingredients, institutional channels, luxury goods, personal care, health and wellness products, nutrition, tobacco and consumer electronics.

In addition we can provide in-depth data and statistics on: consumer lifestyles, income and expenditure, population, cities, households, the digital consumer, economy, finance and trade.

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Cat Food in Hong Kong, China

The growing preference for cats over the review period remained in 2015 and is likely to persist into 2016 based on provisional estimates. Cats’ feline behaviour of appearing aloof has its own appeal to cat lovers. They are able to serve as quiet ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 26 | Add to cart | View details

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Dog Food in Hong Kong, China

Robust growth in the overall dog population continued into 2015, and a relatively stronger increase in small and medium dogs could be observed. Examples of popular small and medium dogs in Hong Kong, China include miniature schnauzers, standard ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 27 | Add to cart | View details

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Other Pet Food in Hong Kong, China

Bird ownership is expected to continue its decline in 2016 due to the negative history of bird-related diseases in Hong Kong, China. This trend seen in 2015 is not likely to reverse in 2016, especially when most of the existing pet bird owners are ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 21 | Add to cart | View details

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Pet Care in Hong Kong, China

Healthy retail value growth is expected for pet care in 2016 based on provisional estimates. However, it is likely to be slightly slower than the CAGR achieved over the entire review period as pet population growth for 2016 is slowing slightly ...

May 2016 | US$2,100 | Pages: 52 | Add to cart | View details

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Pet Products in Hong Kong, China

The humanisation trend in 2015 is expected to persist into 2016 as sales within entire pet products are boosted by owners’ desire to pamper their pets. Products traditionally tailored for humans such as herb supplements and clothing are gaining ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 22 | Add to cart | View details

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100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Hong Kong, China

100% home delivery/takeaway recorded a 1% decline in current value terms in 2015, largely affected by the sluggish performance of pizza 100% home delivery/takeaway. This category faced rapidly increasing competition from pizza full-service ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 27 | Add to cart | View details

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Cafés/Bars in Hong Kong, China

Bars/pubs posted a modest 6% current value growth in 2015. Despite the slowdown in alcohol consumption, partly due to the health and wellness trend, many bars/pubs introduced “mocktails” and low-alcohol drinks during the review period, in addition to...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 29 | Add to cart | View details

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Consumer Foodservice By Location in Hong Kong, China

Stand-alone remained the dominant location in consumer foodservice in 2015, whilst retail and travel saw rising penetration. As retail sales fell, property leases became softer, and this paved the way for an increase in the number of mid-range and ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 43 | Add to cart | View details

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Fast Food in Hong Kong, China

Due to the majority Chinese population in Hong Kong, Asian fast food remains the most popular within fast food. In 2015, the leading chains, including Café de Coral, Maxim’s, Fairwood, Tai Hing and Tsui Wah, accounted for over 80% of value sales in ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 41 | Add to cart | View details

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Full-Service Restaurants in Hong Kong, China

Full-service restaurants recorded current value growth of 2% in 2015, to reach HK$68.1 billion. Despite the falling number of tourists and economic slowdown, consumers continued to spend more on eating out. The culinary capital was relatively more ...

May 2016 | US$990 | Pages: 38 | Add to cart | View details

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