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    The Consumer in 2011, Part 1

    Download this podcast (mp3) In this episode of Globalcast, Daphne Kasriel, Countries & Consumers Research Editor at Euromonitor International, gives an overview of consumers in 2011 with a look at some surprising trends. Learn about: What the consumer looks like in 2011 The importance of consumer trends This year’s surprise and emerging market consumer  trends […]
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    The world of digital music and consumers: An update

    Music is increasingly being downloaded or streamed to PCs, MP3 players or mobile phones, rather than purchased in a physical format. In an era where everything is consumed on a casual and temporary basis, this may spell the end for CDs and is also the hub of a global debate on piracy. So what do consumers really prefer? And more importantly, are they obtaining music legally?
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    Bye Bye Bling Bling: Middle Class New Poor Struggle to Cope with Recession

    From New England to Madrid and Tokyo, many consumers now have less money in their pockets after losing their jobs, moving from permanent to temporary positions, taking pay cuts, foregoing bonuses or losing overtime. While many remain relatively comfortable in terms of their overall standard of living, this loss of income has been keenly felt, both materially and psychologically, forcing them to re-evaluate their consumption choices.
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    •     Consumer thrift skills and the long-term impact
    •     Which retail sector has mitigated the effects of the downturn
    •     Similarities and differences in consumer behavior from 2008
    •     Which retail segments can look forward to a better year from consumers
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    Consumer Spending during the European 2009 Christmas Season

    Click here to listen – In this edition of Euromonitor International’s Globalcast series, Research Analyst Daphne Kasriel explains the recession’s impact on consumer spending during the European 2009 Christmas season.  This analysis takes a year-over-year comparison of the retail industry, discussing the performance of major categories and predicts which sectors may experience the highest gains […]
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    Dreaming of a white Christmas: How consumers in the Asia-Pacific region celebrate in style

    Although just a few countries in the region actually get to have a white Christmas, it does not deter consumers from celebrating, especially in a commercial way. From fancy Christmas cakes in Japan to extravagant lighting displays in Singapore, to amusingly funny “Marry Christmas!” banners in China to simply 'throwing a shrimp on the Barbie' Down Under, Christmas certainly has a prominent position in the hearts of Asia-Pacific consumers.
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    FMCG and the recession – how are consumers of food, drink and tobacco products responding?

    In this article picking up on client interest in the impact of the downturn on consumers, we offer a snapshot of the impact of the credit crunch on consumer purchasing attitudes and behaviours with regard to food, drink and tobacco, drawing upon the expertise of Euromonitor International's in-house experts to highlight current and future scenarios in these industries.
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    Chinese consumers in 2020: A look into the future

    Welcome to the first article in our new monthly 2020 series of comment pieces spotlighting future consumer trends in key consumer markets, starting off with BRIC countries. Some trends are already simmering, some new but all are likely to influence consumers in specific countries in 2020. After a look at current trends, the pieces explore emerging trends and future scenarios
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