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Gaming Goes Digital in Sweden

There is an ongoing shift among Swedish consumers from traditional toys and games towards video games. Video games accounted for approximately 60 percent of total value sales on the market in 2016. The user base of smartphone games is expanding – it’s no longer just younger Swedes playing games on their phones, but also people […]
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Business Dynamics Croatia: Continued Steadfast Reforms Will Further Improve Business Landscape

Euromonitor International’s Croatia Business Dynamics Country Briefing focuses on the nation that became the newest European Union (EU) member in July 2013. Since joining the EU, Croatia has received significant funding from the European Commission (EC), enabling the government to carry out major restructuring that is crucial to enhance the country’s business landscape. Red tape, difficulty […]
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London Terror Attacks 2017

Could the recent terror attack in the UK lead to a decline in visitors? People who have already booked their trips are unlikely to cancel them, as we are now in the shoulder season heading into the peak summer season for trips to the UK, and visitors tend to book in advance to get the […]
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Review of Eastern Europe Card Payment Drivers

By most accounts, Eastern Europe has been one of the fastest growing regions in terms of card payment value and that trend is projected to continue as more people, institutions and governments encourage adoption. The reasons for such robust year-on-year growth in the region can partially be attributed to the historic dependence on cash throughout the region, […]
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United Kingdom: Consumer Lifestyles in 2016

Despite the uncertainty brought about by the Brexit vote, consumer spending has continued at a robust pace, although many observers believe that households will soon tighten their belts as a result of projected price rises, particularly for food. Younger consumers still face a number of financial challenges, including rising house prices and the burden of […]
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Urban Core Revival: Borough-level Population Data Corroborate Appeal of City Centre Living – London

As extensively analysed in the Cities’ most recent strategy briefing “Urban Core Revival: Drivers, In-depth Look at Cities and Implications for Businesses”, the beginning of the 21st century brought forth a resurgence in population growth in metropolitan core cities across the developed world. An even more detailed analysis – at a borough level within core […]
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Eurozone Economic Outlook: Q2 2017

Source: Euromonitor International Macro Model We have upgraded our outlook for the Eurozone since February, with GDP growth forecast at 1.5% in 2017 and 1.6% in 2018. The economy has expanded faster than the long-term trend in the first half of 2017, despite high political uncertainty. Private sector confidence is significantly above the long-term average, […]
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Manchester Terror Attack

On Monday 22 May 2017, there was a terrorist attack at a concert at the Manchester Arena that has left 22 people dead and 59 wounded including women and children, after a suicide bomber caused an explosion. Echoes of Paris The fatal attack on concert-goes bears a chilling resemblance to the November 2015 terror attacks […]
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Euromonitor to Speak at the Lecture in Kemin Symposium 2017

Event: Lecture in Kemin Symposium Date: Thursday 11th May 2017 Location: Bologna, Italy Speaker: Leonardo Freitas, senior research analyst at Euromonitor International Description: Euromonitor International is pleased to be speaking at the Lecture in Kemin Symposium 2017. In his research, Euromonitor’s senior research analyst, Leonardo Freitas is particularly interested in cross-cultural consumer trends and company […]
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