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Overview of Dairy in Latin America

Dairy consumption in Latin America significantly lags behind other regions from the globe. At USD99 per capita, consumers in Latin America spend less than half of their counterparts in Western Europe or North America on dairy. While milk and cheese is a part of the Latin American diet, in the majority of countries, in particular […]
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Traditional Toys and Games Retailers See a Decline in Mexico but Opportunities Still Exist

There are two major factors contributing to the relative decline of traditional toys and games retailers in Mexico. One factor, is the popularity of hypermarkets and – especially – department stores as a distribution channel for toys and games in Mexico.  Hypermarkets and department stores frequently offer promotions and discounts throughout the year, and this […]
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Despite the United States Giving the Cold Shoulder, Manufacturing Cars in Mexico Makes Sense

As Donald Trump tries to revive an American manufacturing base, automotive production in Mexico has come under scrutiny. Many global automakers already operate plants in Mexico, attracted by its strong economy and stable government, but uncertainty surrounding trade deals such as NAFTA – the North American Free Trade Agreement – have called into question the […]
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Trump Trade War Risks

During the presidential campaign Donald Trump threatened to drop out of trade deals such as the TPP, renegotiate NAFTA, and impose import tariffs of 35% on Mexico and 45% on China. The post-election financial markets rally and increase in business confidence are based on expectations that Trump’s threats on trade policy were not credible, especially given […]
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Retail in Mexico: Four Trends To Watch In 2017

Retail sales in Mexico grew an impressive 7% in 2016 thanks in large part to a stable economic performance despite global uncertainty. Below, Euromonitor International highlights four major trends that will likely shape the industry in 2017, including the impact of the strong US dollar, the proliferation of interest-free financing offers, mobile retailing, and continued […]
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Top Five Emerging Markets to Watch for Digital Potential

Emerging market consumers are driving uptake of the new-age digital services, from superfast mobile broadband to digital commerce. Some markets are performing better than others due to higher degree of sophistication in the telecom landscape, greater network investments and young, tech-savvy consumers. Governments have recognised the need to facilitate a stronger digital environment and improve […]
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Ethical Labels Snapshot: Mexico 2015

In Mexico, food and drinks with at least one ethical label accounted for 46% of value sales in 2015. The largest contributors to this were the widely recycled label with US$25 billion, the locally sourced prominent label with US$7 billion and the other sustainable trade and farming label with US$4 billion in sales. Strongest category […]
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New Emerging Markets: Nigeria, Indonesia, Mexico, the Philippines and Turkey

With growing economies, rising incomes and young, expanding populations, these five emerging markets offer a wealth of opportunities for marketers facing stagnant demand elsewhere. They are far from homogenous, each with its own advantages and drawbacks. Following on from the 2013 Strategy Briefing on the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), Euromonitor International […]
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Income and Expenditure Mexico: Low Income Consumers Not to Be Overlooked

With an expanding middle class with rising disposable income and Latin America’s second largest consumer market (behind Brazil), Mexico offers a potentially significant market for international consumer goods companies, as highlighted by Euromonitor International’s Income and Expenditure Mexico Country Briefing. However, income inequality in the country is high and is expected to remain elevated in […]
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What Next for the Mexican Economy?

Euromonitor was pleased to contribute to the 13th Mexico Business Summit in Guadalajara. Speakers including president Enrique Peña Nieto; Paul Krugman, Nobel Prize winner and Professor of Economics at the City University of New York; Dora Iakova, the IMF Mission Chief for Mexico; Eswar Prasad, Tolani Senior Professor of Trade Policy and Professor of Economics […]
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Mexico: It’s all about the Middle Class

Maximizing the growing influence of the middle class in Mexico both as a consumer force, but also as a driver of growth and stability, is crucial in fostering the country’s economic potential. Hear us speak about the importance of the Mexican middle class at the 13th Mexico Business Summit (Cumbre de Negocios). A snapshot of […]
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