September 22, 2017
Source: Euromonitor International Macro Model General Outlook: Greater Optimism and Lower Political Risks Sustain Faster Growth After many years of disappointing growth, the Eurozone economy is booming. Eurozone GDP is estimated to have increased by 2% year-on-year in the first half of 2017. This is similar to growth in the US economy, however it is […]
November 15, 2014
In my recent piece, China’s EV Push Could Reap Rewards in Europe, I alluded to the “growing campaign in China to promote electric vehicles.” I thought I’d elaborate on the numerous government initiatives in effect and also on consumer attitudes, ultimately explaining why China is on track to become the largest EV market in the world, […]
September 21, 2014
High-tech investors are getting involved in vegan food companies in an effort to improve food safety and resource efficiency, combat world hunger, and encourage the clean food movement. Even with the growth of flexitarian diets, ethical positioning will only carry these products so far. Success with consumers both in the US and in the global […]
Virginia Lee
June 1, 2014
Consumer income and expenditure across Eastern Europe are expected to see positive developments in 2014, backed by the region’s higher growth rates and declining inflation. However, high unemployment rates and currency depreciation will continue to affect consumer confidence. Meanwhile, political uncertainty arising from the Crimea crisis represents a key risk to Eastern Europe’s consumer markets […]
September 22, 2017
  Until last year Indonesia was something of an investor favourite. It is the 4th largest country globally in terms of population and averaged real GDP growth of 6.3% between 2010 and 2012. 2013 saw it fall from grace as one of the “fragile 5” economies most exposed to the taper, and growth fell below […]
April 17, 2014
  Download as pdf Between 2008 and 2013 Gross Fixed Capital Formation (GFCF) declined in all EU member states. The largest single decline was in Greece, where GFCF was €36 billion less in 2013 than it was in 2008 (in 2013 prices). Yet in terms of importance to GDP, GFCF contributes the least to GDP […]
January 11, 2014
Euromonitor International has identified three key global trends for Economy, Finance and Trade in 2014. There are several trends emerging which suggest that some of the more difficult decisions made in the last year are finally showing dividends. Growth will largely be driven by developed economies in 2014 and “mega-trade deals” will become even more […]
September 22, 2017
In September 2012 the Indian government opened its domestic air market to foreign investments permitting international airlines to invest 49% in domestic carriers. Although the move is expected to boost competition, these new measures will not be sufficient to address the major issues facing airlines. The urgency of expanding its air transportation network is vital, […]

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