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August 24, 2015

Highlights for Eyewear 2015

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In 2015, the global eyewear industry is valued at US$114 billion globally, based on a forecast decline of 6% over the previous year. This is primarily due to weakening currencies against the US dollar as well as declining growth in large developed markets such as the US and Japan. Nevertheless, the outlook for eyewear remains bright with growing demand for eyewear in emerging countries; similarly for daily disposable lenses in developed countries where the average disposable income is rising.

 

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August 18, 2015

Nutrition Overview: Protein

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The average global consumer buys 18g of protein a day from packaged food and soft drinks. There is significant regional variation, with Asia Pacific buying 9g compared to 49g in Western Europe. For further analysis of the high protein trend, see the Passport Nutrition global briefing titled "How the World Buys its Protein: Nutritional Necessity Versus Dietary Fad".

August 17, 2015

Africa’s Promise is in its People

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One of Africa’s key strengths is its population. It is young, urbanising and fast-growing – in sharp contrast to most developed economies and even some large emerging markets such as China. Five countries – Nigeria, Ethiopia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania and Uganda will account for half the region’s population growth to 2030. Many countries in the region are also benefitting from a demographic dividend – a point where the population of working age is increasing, whilst the fertility rate is in decline, and the population aged 65+ remains small. This increase in the share of the population that is in the working age-group, spurs economic growth.

August 1, 2015

Channel in Focus: Hospitals

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The global hospitals landscape is expected to change starkly from 2012 to 2017. Euromonitor International’s research suggests that growth in hospitals within key population metrics will come overwhelmingly from emerging economies while developed economies in Europe and North America will show much slower growth or even declines over the five-year forecast period. Growth in employees and admissions will be led by China, with other emerging countries like India, Indonesia and Turkey also expected to register strong increases in hospital populations.

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July 24, 2015

Asia-Pacific Retail Scoreboard: Key Findings

Euromonitor International is pleased to once again partner with Retail Asia as the official information provider for the 12th edition of the Retail Asia-Pacific Top 500 rankings. In 2014, the leading 500 retailers in Asia Pacific had sales of US$1.1 trillion, an increase of 2%. The rise of the Chinese retail market has led to Chinese companies to dominate the list, accounting for 32% of the ranking. In absolute terms, five of the top ten fastest growing companies in absolute terms were Chinese hypermarkets. However, Japanese companies are still significant because they operate in a consolidated market and have expanded to many countries within the region.

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7-Eleven Japan retains the top spot on the ranking of Asia Pacific’s top 500 retailers, which was published in conjunction by Euromonitor International and Retail Asia. 7-Eleven’s success is due to its widespread store network. China Resources Enterprise Ltd moved up the most on the ranking, climbing seven spots to reach 24th place in 2014. Its multi-format strategy, with its brands in convenience stores, drugstores, supermarkets and hypermarkets, enabled it to grow quickly.

July 21, 2015

China Became the World's Largest Automotive Market in 2009... But Growth is Slowing

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Light vehicle sales enjoyed double-digit growth between 2001 and 2010 – except in 2008 – and still continue to climb. However, growth was at its lowest level this century in 2014 and China’s trend rate of growth is forecast to slow gradually to around 3% by 2030.

July 5, 2015

Consumer Expenditure Growth in the Philippines to Accelerate in the Long Term

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The Philippines boast Southeast Asia’s third highest total consumer spending (behind Indonesia and Thailand), but with the region’s second largest population it is nevertheless an underperforming market. As food, non-alcoholic drinks and housing absorb over half of the household budget, Filipinos have a low capacity for discretionary spending. Consumer spending growth will accelerate through to 2030, backed by the country’s economic growth, youthful population and rising middle class.

July 1, 2015

World Urban Population Share to Hit 60% in 2030

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The world population is expected to reach 8.4 billion by 2030, an increase of 19.8% from 2012. Older age groups will increase rapidly during this time influenced by increasing life expectancy, however, over half of the world's population will still be under 35 years of age in 2030. Urban population will continue to rise rapidly, at nearly twice the pace of total population growth, in 2012-2030 and should account for 60.2% of the world's population in 2030.

 

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June 29, 2015

New Data Available in Home and Garden: Decorative Paint by Volume

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Euromonitor International is pleased to announce that the new 2015 Home and Garden system edition now includes Decorative Paint data in volume terms (litres).

This new dataset allows users to compare the evolution of per capita consumption over the last 15 years (2000-2014) with forecasts to 2019 in all 32 researched markets.

Emerging Economies Worth US$1 Trillion

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In 2030 there will be nine emerging market economies with GDP over US$1 trillion, up from five in 2014. Ranging from China on US$23,196 billion to Saudi Arabia on US$1,213 billion. The four newcomers will be: Indonesia, Turkey, Nigeria and Saudi Arabia. Between them they will account for more than two-thirds of emerging and developing market GDP. These nine economies are characterised by their differences with huge variations in population and living standards.

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Highlights for Eyewear 2015

Nutrition Overview: Protein

Africa’s Promise is in its People

Channel in Focus: Hospitals

Asia-Pacific Retail Scoreboard: Key Findings

China Became the World's Largest Automotive Market in 2009... But Growth is Slowing

Consumer Expenditure Growth in the Philippines to Accelerate in the Long Term

World Urban Population Share to Hit 60% in 2030

New Data Available in Home and Garden: Decorative Paint by Volume

Emerging Economies Worth US$1 Trillion