Region: Asia
Category: Census

Asia Census

(62 reports matching your criteria)
  • Singapore in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... demographic trend which is set to transform the consumer landscape further, as well as placing mounting pressure on state resources. As a densely population city-state with an affluent population, Singapore should continue to be an ... Read More

  • China in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... be put on state resources as the population ages rapidly up to 2040, compounded by diving birth rates and extended longevity. Urban shift will continue to be rapid. Despite depopulation in the 2030s, the sheer ... Read More

  • Indonesia in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... falling birth rates and climbing longevity, Indonesia will remain relatively young in a regional context. However, consumer trends and state resources will be impacted somewhat as the number of retirees doubles. Urbanisation will continue to ... Read More

  • India in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... growth in the 70+ age cohorts, the country will remain relatively young in a regional context. Life expectancy, although improving, will be lower than the regional average over this timeframe due to continuing issues such ... Read More

  • Russia in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... older groups surge, impacting consumer trends and burdening state resources further. The proportion of urbanites will continue to expand, while Moscow will remain the most dominant city. Euromonitor's Russia in 2040: The Future Demographic report ... Read More

  • Thailand in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... be a key demographic trend as older groups expand rapidly. Thus, consumer spending patterns will change and state resources will be put under more pressure. Urban population will continue to grow quickly, with Bangkok continuing ... Read More

  • Malaysia in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... as younger groups shrink, impacting consumer trends and putting increased pressure on state resources. Longevity will extend further as living standards and healthcare improves. Malaysia will continue to be one of the most urbanised regional ... Read More

  • Azerbaijan in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... in older groups and drops in younger cohorts which will transform consumer trends and put more pressure on state resources. Urbanisation will be swift with Baku being the fastest growing major city, accounting for over ... Read More

  • Asia Pacific in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... the region will continue to be relatively young globally. Despite rising longevity, life expectancy will remain comparatively low due to continuing poverty and lack of universal healthcare in some areas. Urbanisation will be rapid, putting ... Read More

  • Vietnam in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... the ageing trend, which will affect the consumer landscape somewhat as lifestyles change. Better lifestyles and advancements in healthcare will ensure that life expectancy remains relatively high. Swift urbanisation will put pressure on infrastructure, yet ... Read More

  • Philippines PESTLE Insight.-A Macroeconomic Outlook Report

    ... and hotels (20.7%). The overall PSEi index has decreased in value over the past year. As of June 10, 2019 PSEi index stood at 8,045.39, which had declined to 6,514 by June 8, 2020 Scope ... Read More

  • India PESTLE Insight.-A Macroeconomic Outlook Report

    ... terms, the three sectors grew by 11.6%, 11.9% and 10.7%, respectively, in 2019 The Indian stock market went through a turbulent period in March 2020 due to uncertainties related to COVID-19. The BSE SENSEX declined ... Read More

  • Japan in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... the ageing trend, with Japan remaining among the oldest countries globally by median age, transforming the consumer landscape further and putting huge pressure on state resources. Urban population will fall more slowly than rural population ... Read More

  • Sri Lanka in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... in 60+ age cohorts will impact the future consumer landscape and put pressure on state resources. Sri Lankans will continue to live longer than their regional counterparts on average, but certain health issues will rise ... Read More

  • Myanmar in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... the country will remain young in a regional context. While longevity is set to improve, it remains relatively low as issues such as malnutrition and poverty endure. Urbanisation will be rapid as many are attracted ... Read More

  • Bangladesh in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... will remain low in a regional context. Improvements in living standards and health care will result in life expectancy surpassing the regional average by 2040, however issues such as malnutrition and poverty will persist. Urbanisation ... Read More

  • Cambodia in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... relatively high birth and fertility rates. Improvements in living standards and healthcare will continue to raise longevity, though life expectancy will remain comparatively low. Urbanisation will be rapid, but by 2040 just over a third ... Read More

  • Laos in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... continue to be one of the younger regional countries influenced by its comparatively higher birth rates. While life expectancy should improve due to advances in healthcare and living standards, it will remain low. Despite swift ... Read More

  • Households in Asia Pacific

    ... include surging single-person households, a growing urban population, shrinking family sizes, and declining birth rates. Increasing local production and growing affluence are expected to boost household expenditure over the forecast period. Euromonitor International's Households in ... Read More

  • China in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... demographic trend as older groups increase rapidly compounded by falling birth rates and improvements in life expectancy. Heath issues will increase as a result of ageing and lifestyle changes. Urban population growth will remain strong ... Read More

  • Georgia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... hastening of the ageing trend, but Georgia will remain relatively young in a regional context due to higher fertility and birth rates. While the rural population continues its decline, urbanisation will remain swift, with Tbilisi ... Read More

  • Uzbekistan in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... relatively young country as declining birth rates stay strong and life expectancy, although rising, remains low in a regional context. Both urban and rural populations will carry on increasing, with the urban population expanding at ... Read More

  • South Korea in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... fertility rates and most elevated life expectancy globally, South Korea’s population will age rapidly up to 2030 by which time a quarter of the population will be aged 65 or over. Urban population will continue ... Read More

  • Taiwan in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... birth rates and increasing life expectancy, will be a key trend shaping the demographic landscape. Urban population share will escalate, with Taichung expected to be the fastest growing major city. Despite, population decline, Taiwan should ... Read More

  • Philippines in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... surging growth in the 60+ cohorts, this will be from a low base. Therefore, the Philippines will remain an overwhelming young country with a huge 70% of the population remaining 40 years or below in ... Read More

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