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July 1, 2015

World Urban Population Share to Hit 60% in 2030


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


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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June 23, 2015

Cigarettes' Future Troubled as Alternatives Advance


Of the top ten cigarettes markets in the world, only three (all in Asia-Pacific) are expected to see volume growth by 2019 as increased regulation, taxation, health awareness and the emergence of alternatives such as e-cigarettes impacts sales. To be sure, taxation drives value sales and markets such as South Korea and Russia will be able to balance their volume declines with revenue growth over the same period.

June 22, 2015

Vapor Devices and e-Cigarettes in the Global Tobacco Market



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Home and Garden 2014: US$ Strength Impacts the Global Growth


The home and garden industry showed a positive performance in key developed markets in 2014, including the US, Germany, the UK, Japan, Canada and Australia. Strong performance of the US dollar against local currencies in some key markets, including Japan, Canada and Australia, belies the true performance of the global industry in 2014.

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June 20, 2015

The Global Picture of Migration in 2030


Migration trends have a big impact on future patterns in consumer spending. Singapore, Australia and Qatar are set to experience the biggest net immigration rates in 2030 at 8.9, 8.0 and 7.4 per 1000 population. This is due to these countries having attractive business environments, and high wages per hour. Poor countries in Eastern Europe and Latin America with few employment prospects will see the highest migration rates in 2030, with Kosovo the highest globally at -23.6 per 1000 population.

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June 18, 2015

Emerging Regions Drive Global Growth in Traditional Toys and Games


Euromonitor International’s latest research reveals the highest global growth for traditional toys and games for more than a decade in 2014 as emerging regions continued to drive sales.  Eastern Europe and Latin America were the fastest growing regions recording 9% and 7% value growth, respectively in 2014 while construction was the most dynamic category in a 7th consecutive year. China is forecast to be the world’s growth engine in toys adding over US$4.4 billion to the global sales by 2019.


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June 17, 2015

Home and Garden Struggled in Western Europe in 2014


After years of uncertainty, key developed countries (US, Germany, UK, Japan, Canada and Australia) showed positive performances in local currency terms in 2014. However, the Eurozone again delivered negative growth.

Homewares was the fastest growing category in eleven countries. Gardening may be small in many countries, but was also fastest growing in ten. In Western Europe, good weather in 2014 made gardening the fastest growing category in the four largest countries.

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June 14, 2015

Which Wine Producing Region Grows the Fastest in the Changing World of Wine?


Although Italy, France and Spain continue to be among the world’s top five largest wine producers, Europe’s wine production has fallen steadily over the 2009-2014 period as a result of declining wine consumption and the European Union’s regulations to combat over-production (often referred to as the Wine Lake). Meanwhile, Latin America is the fastest-growing wine producing region thanks to favourable farming conditions that enable the region to produce superlative wines at reasonable prices.


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