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How Large can a Company Grow in a Highly Competitive Environment?

While large companies have the advantage of economies of scale, enabling them to offer products at lower price points, consumers still demand variety and choice, enabling strong competition from smaller players.  This video examines realistic expectations for large companies’ market share across various industries and markets.   Learn more about Euromonitor’sCenter for Analytics, Modelling and […]
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Lessons from Japan’s Lost Decade

Japan deserves special attention on a number of counts: it has experienced the longest post-bubble stagnation among the developed countries; it has suffered from the most persistent deflationary pressures and some of the most adverse demographic changes; it has world’s largest and still fast-growing public debt; and it recently launched a quantitative easing programme unparalleled […]
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Price Elasticities in Alcoholic Drinks

Findings from the Euromonitor International industry demand model show that price elasticity – the responsiveness of volume consumption to a change in product price – varies significantly across different alcoholic drinks categories. Interestingly, price elasticity for the majority of alcoholic drinks categories is generally higher in the developed markets as opposed to emerging and developing […]
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Predicting the Winner of the 2014 World Cup

Download as pdf With some of the pre-tournament favourites out of the competition, this is turning into a very unpredictable and exciting World Cup. However, despite the long odds, Euromonitor International put their data analysis skills to the test by developing a model predicting the winner of the FIFA World Cup Trophy. The approach had […]
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The Patterns of World Trade

The visual below highlights the intricate web of global trade. While a part of the world’s trade in goods can be described as truly global, regional accounts for a very important share of overall global trade. Some 70% of the imports and exports of European Union countries, for example, was within the European Free Trade […]
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Spillover Risks from a Russian Recession

Since our previous forecast update, the Russian outlook has continued to deteriorate. Year-on-year GDP growth in the first quarter of 2014 was 0.9%, and the Ministry of Economic  Development estimates  that GDP declined by 0.5% relative to the previous quarter. In April, the HSBC composite Purchasing Managers‘  Index (PMI)  fell to 47.6, indicating the worst […]
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The Eurozone’s Economy Slow to Recover

The economy in the eurozone is slowly recovering but remains fragile. Daniel Solomon, Economist at Euromonitor International states that moderate shocks could push the eurozone into another recession. Although key indicators such as the Purchasing Manager’s Index are hitting high levels and inflation in the area is low, credit market weakness continues to remain a […]
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