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  • Belgium in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...the 2020s influenced by a moderation in net migration levels. The marriage rate will continue to fall up to 2030 as cohabitation becomes more popular. Belgium will remain one of the most urbanised countries in ... Read More

  • New Zealand in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...growth. Population born overseas will increase at twice the pace of population born in New Zealand over this period and will account for nearly one third of the total population by 2030. Older age cohorts ... Read More

  • Norway in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...Despite a substantial rise in older age groups in 2015-2030, Norway will be among the youngest five countries in Western Europe by median age in 2030. Oslo is by far the largest city and it ... Read More

  • South Korea in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...expectancy rates in the world, South Korea is sitting on a demographic time bomb, with the population ageing rapidly. By 2030, South Korea will have one of the oldest populations in the world. Euromonitor's South ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Belgium

    ...steadily ageing population, the country faces growing demographic headwinds, and a steadily rising obesity rate is also a cause for concern. With the majority of Belgians now toting smartphones, the mobile internet is becoming increasingly ... Read More

  • Austria in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...change remaining positive up until 2027. A substantial increase in the share of those aged 65+ years over this period means that Austria will remain one of the older countries by median age regionally in ... Read More

  • Uruguay in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...oldest median ages in Latin America, this will be compounded by falling birth rates and increasing life expectancy. Its population will grow at a slower pace than the regional average (13.8%) in 2015-2030 due to ... Read More

  • Lithuania in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...the future due to falling births and substantial emigration. Meanwhile, the population will age steadily as age groups under 60 years decline and Lithuania will be one of the oldest countries in Eastern Europe in ... Read More

  • Sweden in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...regional peers as a result of the country’s relatively high fertility and birth rates, as well as an extremely high level of net migration which will account for over two thirds of growth in this ... Read More

  • TrendSights Analysis: Socio-Demographic Change

    ...through life, brands are faced with increased complexity but enhanced opportunity to appeal to consumer attitudes and behaviors that are becoming more differentiated and numerous. Key Findings 1.Gender, age, lifestyle, non-traditional situations, and lifestage changes ... Read More

  • Cameroon in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...change due to high birth rates and fertility, combined with falling death rates. Cameroon will remain one of the youngest countries in the world by median age in 2015-2030, influenced by high birth rates and ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Iran

    ...with high-quality Western goods. Young consumers and the growing middle class are expected to drive increased levels of online shopping as well as drive demand for branded personal products and luxury goods. Shopping malls are ... Read More

  • Bulgaria in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...this period and is due to a combination of negative natural change caused by falling birth rates and high death rates, plus high rates of emigration. Urban dwellers will decline at a slower pace than ... Read More

  • The Drivers and Opportunities of Changing Household Size

    ...growing in terms of room numbers, thereby offering more floorspace for lifestyle choices. The long-term effect is growing numbers of single-person, childless and elderly households, creating opportunities in recreation, healthcare and labour. The downside is ... Read More

  • Switzerland in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...be driven by high net migration, as foreign citizens are expected to increase at a faster rate than Swiss citizens. Switzerland’s fastest growing city between 2015 and 2030 will be Geneva, which can be put ... Read More

  • Germany in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...2015. Natural change has been negative in Germany for over three decades and this will continue up to 2030 due to a low and falling birth rate and increasing death rate. Net migration, although relatively ... Read More

  • Taiwan in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...driven by falling numbers of younger age groups, as older age groups increase. This will be caused by falling birth rates and low fertility combined with a drop in the number of females of childbearing ... Read More

  • Czech Republic in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...natural change to turn negative after 2017, while net migration will remain positive in 2015-2030 but will not be high enough to mitigate population decline after 2023. The country will age rapidly over this period ... Read More

  • Population Engines: The Rise of Urbanization; Identifying and understanding the future urban landscape

    ...of global GDP growth in 2015–25. The urban landscape is in the midst of a transformation, with the focus of the urban world shifting east. Cities in emerging regions in Asia will become major hubs ... Read More

  • Emerging Market Households

    ...to emerging markets over the past 15 years, and their impact on local consumption and lifestyles. The focus is on new household values, the impact of urbanisation on consumption, and the evolution of real-estate markets. ... Read More

  • Malaysia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...fall in natural change after 2017 and lower rates of net migration than experienced in previous decades, it will still be higher than most countries in Asia Pacific. Rapid growth of the 60+ age groups ... Read More

  • Brazil in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...whilst younger age groups will decline. As birth and fertility rates fall and life expectancy increases, the median age will rise briskly. The urban population will rise rapidly in 2015-2030 and by 2030 87.9% of ... Read More

  • Philippines in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...growth will slow during this period as birth and fertility rates drop and life expectancy increases, producing the most pronounced growth in older age groups. Net migration has been negative for over three decades, a ... Read More

  • Peru in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...in 2015-2030 as net migration remains negative. Despite rapid growth in older age groups, Peru will still have a relatively young population in 2030 with nearly 60% of the population made up of under 40s ... Read More

  • Kenya in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...the female childbearing population as well as high, yet falling, birth and fertility rates. Despite a faster pace of population growth in the 40+ groups in 2015-2030, over three quarters of the total population in ... Read More

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