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Boom or Bust: Birth Rates During the Pandemic

Jana Rude

Jana Rude

16 Nov 21

Global birth rates have been declining over the last five years. Some experts expected pandemic-related restrictions on social mobility to lead to higher birth rates. However, their predictions did not materialise in 2020, as world birth rates experienced the steepest fall since the 1970s.

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Historic Drops in Migration and Remittances Deepen Demographic and Economic Challenges

Lan Ha

Lan Ha

31 Mar 21

Through the closing of national borders and halting of travel worldwide, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has disrupted human mobility since early 2020, ending a decade’s growth in the flow of migrants and remittances around the world. Significant…

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Looking Towards Recovery: One Year After Coronavirus

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

10 Mar 21

How are industries, economies and consumers looking towards the future after a year of coronavirus? Learn more about how consumer expenditure, manufacturing, e-commerce and other categories will adapt to the post-pandemic world. View all of…

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2021十大全球消费趋势

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

20 Nov 20

新型冠状病毒肺炎疫情改变了消费者的行为。消费者的期望﹑消费方式和消费地点将与以往截然不同 了解这些变化的企业可以立即采取行动,改善产品和服务的开发,采用更有效的营销策略,锁定客户忠诚并为下一步做好准备。

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Three Out of The World’s Top Five Oldest Populations Will Be in Asia by 2040

Lan Ha

Lan Ha

13 Nov 20

Asia Pacific is at the forefront of the global population ageing phenomenon, its older population expanding fast on the back of falling birth rates and rising life expectancy. By 2040, the region will be home to 757 million people aged 65 and over –…

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How China's Urban Millennials and Gen Z Live and Spend

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

13 Oct 20

In 2019, millennials and Generation Z accounted for almost 40% of the population in China, an important segment driving the Chinese consumer market. This report helps local and global businesses understand Chinese urban millennials and Generation Z to seize the…

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Coronavirus and Childbirth: Future Baby Boom or Bust?

Lan Ha

Lan Ha

2 Oct 20

Lockdown measures across the world following the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) have prompted speculation of a prospective baby boom, given the necessity of home seclusion and the temporary cessation of other conventional forms of entertainment.…

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Could Coronavirus Spur De-Urbanisation?

Fransua Razvadauskas

Fransua Razvadauskas

17 Aug 20

Coronavirus (COVID-19) has taken a stranglehold on the world since 11 March 2020 when a global pandemic was called by the World Health Organization. The pandemic has called into question the lure of cities as places to live and work – and questions…

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Behind the Data: Implications for an Ageing Global Population

Lan Ha

Lan Ha

11 Aug 20

In 2019, for the first time in history, the number of people aged 65 and older surpassed the number of children aged four and under. The ageing global population is an undeniable fact, driven by higher life expectancy and falling birth rates. In this…