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How to Use Economy, Finance and Trade Data to Enhance your Business Strategy

No market operates in isolation from the economy. Economic conditions provide a context for the health of the consumer market, purchasing power and business confidence. Furthermore, as world trade and investment become more interconnected against the background of globalisation, no country is immune to fluctuations in the global economy. Consumer behaviour and purchasing power are […]
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Brexit: Impact on Global Economies

As the uncertainty surrounding a Brexit from the European Union (EU) rumbles on, the Economies team examine the potential implications of Brexit from the Business Dynamics, Cities, Economy and Industrial angles. Insights include a sharp recession on the horizon in the event of a disorderly Brexit, architectural services to be hit hard, the future of […]
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Q&A: The Global Economy in 2016

Getting an immediate understanding of the latest global economic developments can be time-consuming. However doing so is critical to make sure you can stay ahead of any early-warning signals that may affect your operating environment. For the UK market, Brexit is set to bring about a great amount of uncertainty and the ability to analyse […]
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Upcoming Webinar: The Global Economy in 2016

Getting an immediate understanding of the latest global economic developments can be time-consuming. However doing so is critical to make sure you can stay ahead of any early-warning signals that may affect your operating environment. For the UK market, Brexit is set to bring about a great amount of uncertainty and the ability to analyse […]
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China Ends One-Child Policy: Why Now?

China’s one-child policy since 1979 has resulted in a unique population profile that sets it apart from most other emerging countries, namely that it is facing a demographic time-bomb because of rapid ageing, before the country has reached developed economy status. The decision by the government in October to end the policy and allow all […]
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Four Key Trends in China’s Household Landscape

Despite China’s economic growth slowing to a “new normal”, there are still plenty of opportunities for marketers of household goods and services by targeting the changing patterns in China’s household landscape. Four trends to watch over the next 15 years include urbanisation, the dominance of apartments, ageing heads of households and the continued uptake of […]
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Q&A: The Rising Power of the Female Consumer

Getting an immediate understanding of the latest global economic developments can be time-consuming. However doing so is critical to make sure you can stay ahead of any early-warning signals that may affect your operating environment. For the UK market, Brexit is set to bring about a great amount of uncertainty and the ability to analyse […]
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The Implications of Shrinking Populations

In contrast to the global population growth trend are a significant number of countries, including major economies, where populations are declining. This presents challenges for the labour market, government finances and policy. The key to succeed in these markets is if companies can identify the opportunities and adapt their offerings to the demographic shifts. Listen […]
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Are Insects the Answer to Global Food Security?

One of the biggest challenges facing global policymakers is how to feed the world’s growing population (expected to reach 8 billion by 2024) and expanding middle class, which has resulted in an accompanying increase in protein demand as consumer diets shift towards meat. The answer could be…insects, which are already being eaten in many parts […]
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Risks and Vulnerabilities France: Will France Be the Next Victim of the Sovereign Debt Crisis?

Economic growth in France, the eurozone’s second largest economy, has stagnated since 2012. Our Risks and Vulnerabilities Country Briefing highlights that one of the biggest threats to the country’s macroeconomic stability is the public debt, which the IMF forecasts will hit record levels in 2014 of 95.8% of GDP. The government has committed to reducing […]
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