May 19th, 2016
Motor vehicle industry’s costs expanded at 6% CAGR during 2010-2015, with intra-industry and labour being the two largest cost drivers. Intra-industry costs in China accounted for nearly 50% of total costs in 2015 driven by investments into new car production capacity. Meanwhile Europe continued to have the largest labour costs globally. Despite high cost operating […]
April 26th, 2016
In line with increasing use of smartphones and growing demand for innovative, fast and easy-to-use financial services, traditional banks are facing increasing competition from alternative financial services providers.
April 19th, 2016
This year, Euromonitor International is proud to announce global briefings as part of its Passport Industrial research database. The research includes nine industries such as pharmaceuticals, railways, banking and pesticides. In this video, our industrial team identifies key trends in their areas of research for 2016. Watch on YouTube
April 16th, 2016
Singapore is the world 12th largest pharmaceuticals producer, and over 30 drug producers have a research and development presence in Singapore including Novartis, Eli Lilly, Takeda and GSK. Singapore has a highly developed physical and regulatory infrastructure, skilled manpower and easy access to rapidly expanding Asian markets. Although pharmaceutical companies may be dealing with […]
April 8th, 2016
The monetary intermediation industry remains challenged by the increasing levels of regulation, rising competition, not only from other traditional financial services providers but also from alternative financing providers, and the growing shift from branch-oriented banks to e-banking.
April 1st, 2016
The fourth industrial revolution – called Industry 4.0 – is a manufacturing concept that integrates machines, robotics, data analysis tools and human workers and was first introduced in German researchers in 2011. With this technique, Germany stands on the forefront of industry, forecast to invest €40 billion to Industry 4.0 solutions by 2030. A […]
March 31st, 2016
Despite the resolution of Shinzo Abe’s government to return nuclear energy to Japanese homes and businesses, the future of Japanese nuclear generation remains shrouded in uncertainty.
March 5th, 2016
We at Euromonitor International think that the Paris Climate Agreement (2015) will only exacerbate what is already a gradual decline for a global coal industry, reflecting a slowdown in demand from China and growing competition from increasingly attractive power generation from renewables. Chinese juggernaut tames its appetite for coal Coal, once a main driver behind […]
March 3rd, 2016
How is the logistics market in Asia Pacific reacting to China’s economic slowdown? Which business buyers are providing growth opportunities in Germany and the UK? Will onshoring manufacturing in the US and Canada ultimately help or hinder logistics in North America?
February 2nd, 2016
Global medical device production value will record strong growth of almost 6% in 2016, to reach US$315 billion. However, winning market share in the traditional markets (Western Europe, and the US) will remain difficult due to growing regulatory scrutiny and pricing pressures.