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Global Economic Forecasts: Q4 2017

Global economic growth is gaining pace. Some major economies are witnessing consumer and business sentiment at levels unseen in several years. In Q2 2017, global real GDP increased by 3.7% year on year, which marked quarterly growth unseen since 2014. We estimate the global economy to continue performing strongly in Q3 and close 2017 with […]
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Top 10 Articles about Economies from 2017

These are the 10 most-popular articles focusing on world economies that Euromonitor International published in 2017. 1. Economies in 2017: Top 10 African Cities for Growth in 2017 The African continent in 2017 is expected to house some of the world’s fastest growing cities. This is largely thanks to an array of factors including the abundance of natural resources, […]
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The Economy and Infrastructure of Serbia

Serbia has been struggling since the 1990’s to regain their economy and bring it to where Hungary and other Eastern European countries are today. The country’s Economic Freedom ranking, after improving during 2011-2016, declined in 2017 due to weak fiscal prudence and a lack of reforms to improve bureaucratic structure. This set Serbia amongst the […]
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Insights on Income and Expenditure in Portugal

The improvement of Portugal’s economic performance over 2015-2016 supported a pick-up in growth of the country’s per capita disposable income and spending over this period. Nevertheless, Portuguese households remain cautious towards consumption, while increasing inequality continues to fuel the expansion of low-income classes. Portugal’s economic performance, a declining and ageing population, and lifestyle changes will […]
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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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Argentina: Progressive Policies will Enhance Argentina’s Economic Prospects

Since taking office in December 2015, President Mauricio Macri has taken a number of steps to eliminate protectionist practices that have undermined Argentina’s growth potential for years. Immediately after taking office, the government scrapped currency controls and allowed the peso to freely float. Although this has weakened the peso considerably, in the long run, it will help […]
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The End of Sanctions Marks a New Beginning for Iran

Euromonitor International’s Iran Economy, Finance and Trade Country Briefing focuses on one of the Middle East’s largest and most promising economies. The intensification of the international sanctions over Iran in 2012 and the fall in oil prices since mid-2014 took a toll on the Iranian economy. However, short-term relief from sanctions and rise in private […]
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South Africa Will Continue to Face Headwinds in 2017

Euromonitor International’s South Africa Economy, Finance and Trade Country Briefing, focuses on Sub-Saharan Africa’s most industrialised economy that is currently experiencing economic and political mayhem. The nation’s sovereign status was downgraded to ‘junk’ by the credit rating agencies Standard & Poor’s (S&P) and Fitch in April 2017, which could lead to heightened capital outflows, reduced investor confidence, job cuts and […]
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Spotting Opportunities in Brazil at Times of Economic Recession

Brazil’s economic recession and socio-political turmoil is the story of a major emerging market in crisis, with implications for many consumer goods companies. In the face of rising unemployment and falling wages, compounded with rising inflation and currency depreciation, consumer expenditure per household fell by 9.3% between 2014 (the year Brazil’s economic recession began in its earnest) and 2016. As well as spending less, Brazilian households […]
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Top 3 Largest Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan African economic growth is expected to pick up in 2017 after reaching the lowest level in 22 years in 2016. Growth will be driven by a stabilisation of commodity prices and improvements in the largest economies in the region. Euromonitor looks at the outlook for the three largest African markets of Nigeria, South Africa […]
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The Best of Q3 2016 on Passport Economies

Q3 2016 has continued to be dominated by the UK’s decision to leave the EU and once again this is reflected in the most popular articles on Passport Economies. Our economic forecasts for 2016-2017 have been revised slightly downwards due to increased uncertainty and other challenges such as the problems in the European banking sector […]
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Future of Work: 65+ Age Bracket Drive Labour Force Growth in India and China

While millennials are increasingly dominating the global workforce, Euromonitor International’s Labour Force Dynamics Vis App, available on the Business Dynamics Page, illustrates that a significant part of the growth in the labour force in India and China, two very popular investment destinations, between 2000 and 2015 was driven by population aged 65+. This indicates that there are […]
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Datagraphic: Economies in 2016

Global economic growth is gaining pace. Some major economies are witnessing consumer and business sentiment at levels unseen in several years. In Q2 2017, global real GDP increased by 3.7% year on year, which marked quarterly growth unseen since 2014. We estimate the global economy to continue performing strongly in Q3 and close 2017 with […]
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Top Megacities for Growth in 2016

At the beginning of 2016, the world counted 30 megacities with more than 10 million inhabitants: from 11 million in Wuhan (China) to 37 million in Tokyo (Japan). In terms of consumer market size, however, the world’s megacities represent a much more diverse group. In 2015, annual consumer expenditure peaked at US$900 billion in New […]
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Introducing Passport Economies and Passport Consumers

Euromonitor International is pleased to announce a significant expansion in our Passport market research database: Passport Economies and Passport Consumers. Passport Economies helps redirect assumptions and uncover new opportunities with global insights on economic trends. Passport Consumers helps develop a deeper understanding of consumer preferences and attitudes. Request a demonstration today to learn more about […]
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Global Skills Mismatch and Unemployment

The number of higher-educated students is rising three times faster than the overall population globally. At the same time, many countries around the world have problems with skills mismatch in the workforce, where the needs of economies aren’t met by the skills the workforce has. Young people are particularly impacted as they struggle to […]
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The Global Child Population: Five Key Facts

Although the global population is ageing and households are getting smaller, the parents-in-waiting market and baby/child populations offer huge opportunities for marketers of many goods and services. Parents are getting older and having fewer children in developed countries although this means the potential for a higher spend per child by parents and grandparents. Emerging markets […]
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