April 19, 2018
Population Past, Present and Future In 2030, the population of Vietnam will reach 106 million, an increase of 11.2% from 2017. This will result in: 20.6% of the population will be aged 0-14 67.0% of the population will be aged 15-64 12.4% of the population will be aged 65+ The increasing population is influenced by […]
July 10, 2017
Euromonitor International’s Vietnam Economy, Finance and Trade Country Briefing, focuses on one of Southeast Asia’s most dynamic and fastest growing emerging markets. Low labour costs when compared to regional peers such as China and Thailand have supported the growth of Vietnam as a manufacturing base and a major electronics exporter in the region. Furthermore, Vietnam has a young population with a bourgeoning middle […]
April 19, 2018
Event: Vietnam Food Expo 2016 Date: November 16th -19th Venue: Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center (SECC) Speaker: Emil Fazira Presentation Time: 10:20 -10:40 am – (November 17th  , under the Vietnam International Conference on the Food Industry) Presentation Title: The Vietnamese brand in Food, Asia and beyond Presentation Description: The presentation will showcase the global […]
April 24, 2016
As discussed on a previous videocast, internet retailing’s growth is the most significant amongst all distribution channels for consumer appliances.
December 3, 2015
The top five fastest-growing major economies in 2015 will be all emerging market economies in the Asia Pacific region, with India standing out as the top performer globally. Policy reforms and low oil prices will bolster India’s growth outlook, but the effect of GDP rebasing on India’s forecast growth is still far from being clear. On […]
November 28, 2015
The world may be seeing the strongest growth from the dairy and snack categories in 2015, with Asian countries like Vietnam showing the biggest jump from 2014. But how is the race within Asia? Which companies are leading and what trends are shaping packaged food in 2015? Key trends: Impulse and indulgence, and convenience The […]
February 24, 2015
EMEs will face a diverging growth outlook in 2015, while continuing to lead the global growth momentum. Low fuel prices will benefit energy-importing countries thanks to savings to countries and consumers and narrow current account deficits, but it will depress the revenues of commodity-exporting emerging countries.

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