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July 7, 2014

The EU's Big 5 Economies


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The EU’s big 5 economies – France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK – dominate the EU by dint of their sheer size, accounting for 71% of GDP in 2013. However, they are by no means the top performers in the EU. France, the UK and Spain all have budget deficits larger than the EU average, whilst Germany is the only one of the five to run a current account surplus. The UK has above average inflation and all five economies fall outside of the EU’s biggest-spending economies.
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July 4, 2014

Ancillary Revenues—Success Driver for Airlines in APAC


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Ancillary revenues will continue to grow in importance for carriers of all types. Following LCCs, scheduled airlines are shifting towards generation of more ancillary revenues focusing on other types of services, where penetration is still small and a world of untapped revenue potential exists. Ancillary revenues present a major opportunity for airlines to boost overall cash flow from luggage, seat allocation, food/drink to in-flight technology with opportunities for further innovation.

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July 3, 2014

Economic Inequalities to Impact Brazil’s Consumer Market Growth Potential


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Brazil has Latin America’s largest consumer market with rising incomes and an expanding middle class. However, economic inequalities persist, as the industrialised southern states charge ahead with higher income and spending. Inequality, coupled with high inflation and rising interest rates, can hamper the country’s consumer market expansion. Over 2014-2030, real consumer spending growth is set to slow to an average 3.9% per year, from average 5.2% per year recorded over 2008-2013.

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June 29, 2014

The Rising Importance of Single Person Households Globally


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Euromonitor predicts that single person households will be the fastest growing household profile in 2014-2030 worldwide. They are already the dominant profile in Western Europe and North America. Couples with children prevail in emerging markets but single person households will increase in line with shifting cultural attitudes and rising female employment. This will equate to more demand for smaller household products and services aimed at the solo consumer.

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June 24, 2014

Machinery Production: Growing Specialisation in Asia

 Machinery Production in Asia

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Major Asian countries are all specializing in a particular segment of machinery production. In China construction machinery dominates and is expected to reach over 42% of overall machinery production value by 2017. The industry will be driven by growing domestic construction. In Japan robots, semiconductor and materials machinery will hold strong positions with over 45% of output attributed for this segment in 2017. In the meantime, modernization of Indian agriculture facilitates growing demand for agricultural machinery. Finally, metallurgy machinery will account for almost a half of machinery production in Indonesia by 2017.

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June 23, 2014

China vs. the USA: China is Bigger, But is it Stronger?


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An economic milestone will be reached this year as China overtakes the USA to become the world’s largest economy in PPP terms. Beneath this headline there remain important differences between the two countries with China significantly lagging in key indicators such as income, consumer expenditure and car ownership. In terms of savings, the difference between the two is notably narrower indicative of China’s entrenched household savings habit and the relaxed attitude to credit in the USA.


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June 22, 2014

Mobile Revenues Prevail in Emerging Economies


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Mobile telephony continues to impose its dominance on the global digital landscape, increasing its relative share of total telecom revenues over 2008-2013. However, mobile’s lead is especially apparent in the developing world, where consumers tend to be more reliant on handheld devices for most of their telecom intake. In Nigeria, for example, mobile represented over 95.0% of telecom revenues in 2013. Opportunities to market m-commerce offerings are especially strong in mobile-heavy markets.

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June 16, 2014

Forecasting Expansion of High Income Households


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The US cities will lead the way into adding the largest number of households with annual disposable income US$100,000+ over 2013-2018, with seven of them on the top 25 list. Yet, the most rapid growth in high income households will come from developing cities. Besides Chinese metropolises, which will see a rapid income growth rebuffing the worst of the economic slowdown, cities in Russia and Central Asia are also forecast to demonstrate a rise of over 60% in the number of high income households.


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June 15, 2014

Home and Garden in 2013: The Only Way is Up

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New Home and Garden data show another year of poor results in 2013 with constant growth of just 0.5%. Growth in the US and China, the two largest markets in the world, brought positive performance at global level. However, the performance of Western European countries was again negative.


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June 13, 2014

A World Cup Boost for Brazil's Foodservice Industry?

World Cup Consumer Foodservice Boost for Brazil

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Not surprisingly given the unfathomable investments required to stage the tournament, discussions of return on investment are never far away for a country hosting the FIFA World Cup. For foodservice operators, the effects of what amounts to a month-long national party on sales would seem obvious, yet how much of this is simply substitution? By looking at the historical impact of both the FIFA World Cup and the UEFA European Football Championship on host nations over the last fifteen years, we can see that the impact on foodservice demand is mixed at best. Whilst highly-social categories like bars, pubs, and cafes can generally expect to do well, fast food operators hoping for a World Cup surge may find themselves disappointed.


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