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February 26, 2014
It has been two years since the world’s second largest packaged food company, Kraft Foods Inc, split to form Kraft Food Group Inc and Mondelez International. Kraft, the old-fashioned granddad of packaged food, kept a stronghold on its domestic market, with a brand portfolio consisting of US icons including Velveeta, Lunchables and Jell-O. In comparison, […]
February 1, 2014
During a business trip to Japan towards the tail end of 2013, the ASEAN and MEA regions were of recurring interest to the country’s carmakers. The fact that new car sales at home are in a long-term downward spiral would be enough alone to understand Japanese OEMs’ keen interest in developing new markets. However, this […]
January 18, 2014
Download as pdf Southeast Asia is expected to achieve sharp growth in terms of international tourism arrivals over the next five years. Countries in this region benefit from a warm climate and significant natural and historic tourist attractions, which makes them a favourite destination for Asian tourists. Growth is expected to be driven by intra-regional flows […]
February 26, 2014
Air pollution is a major problem across the Asia Pacific region, responsible for over a million premature deaths each year. Consumers are understandably highly concerned and looking for solutions, with Vitamin C and Vitamin E pills increasingly being embraced for the purpose. Where Breathing Is Hazardous To Your Health The economies of Asia may have […]
February 26, 2014
Our newly published data on the Consumer Appliances market reveals how retail volume sales of major appliances will reach 4% growth globally by the end of 2013. Underpinned yet again by sales in China, Asia Pacific is contributing a staggering 61% of this growth. In this context it’s no surprise that the moment has finally […]
February 26, 2014
Sub-Saharan Africa is projected to experience the greatest population growth and the fastest urbanisation rate of all the world’s regions in the coming decade. This will naturally drive consumer demand overall but with car ownership possible once a household’s annual disposable income exceeds US$5,000, transport is predicted to be the fastest growing category of consumer […]
February 26, 2014
Labour productivity, measured as GDP per person employed, indicates the efficiency and competitiveness of the economy in a city. Due to heavier investments in research, new technology and skills, cities tend to be more productive than their respective countries. In 2012, the highest productivity was registered in the developed world and oil-rich Persian Gulf cities. […]
September 23, 2013
How do the sizes of different packaged food categories change in relation to a variation in disposable income? Market research company Euromonitor International discusses.

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