Region: South America
Category: Census

South America Census

(15 reports matching your criteria)
  • Chile in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... will remain rapid, as Santiago continues to dominate the urban scene. Chile’s ample and expanding population and rising incomes mean it should become an ever more attractive consumer market, although inequality will remain an issue. ... Read More

  • Ecuador in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... growth in older cohorts, but Ecuador will remain relatively young in a regional context. Urbanisation will be swift as a result of rural-urban migration, putting more pressure on city infrastructure. Ecuador’s importance as a consumer ... Read More

  • Argentina in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... labour, income, consumer and family expenditure, health, education, eating habits, drinking habits, shopping habits, personal grooming, clothing, leisure habits, savings and investments, media, communication, transport and travel and tourism. Use this report to understand the ... Read More

  • Brazil in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... climbing longevity, as older groups surge and younger groups decline. Therefore, pressure on state resources will increase and consumer trends will be transformed. Urban shift will be swift up to 2040 as all 10 major ... Read More

  • Paraguay in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... longevity and high birth rates mean that Paraguay will continue to be one of the younger regional countries by median age. Despite rapid urbanisation up to 2040, particularly in smaller urban areas, Paraguay will continue ... Read More

  • Latin America in 2040: The Future Demographic

    ... region will continue to be the second youngest globally due to strong birth rates. Ageing, ongoing poverty in some areas, and unhealthy modern lifestyles may generate health challenges going forwards. Urban shift will continue briskly, ... Read More

  • Venezuela in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... and fertility rates and low life expectancy mean that Venezuela will continue to have one of the younger regional populations, with over two-thirds aged 40 or below up to 2030. Meanwhile, ongoing political and economic ... Read More

  • Peru in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... process will accelerate, the country will remain comparatively young with over 60% of the population expected to be under the age of 40 in 2030. Ageing and unhealthier lifestyles are set to bring about increased ... Read More

  • Bolivia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... rates and low life expectancy ensure that Bolivia continues to be one of the youngest regional countries, with over two-thirds of the population remaining below 40 years up to 2030. Meanwhile, the urban population will ... Read More

  • Colombia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... population, mean that Colombia will continue to be one of the older regional countries. While there will be further improvements in life expectancy, health challenges will persist. Urban population growth will remain strong with Bogota ... Read More

  • Brazil in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... will slow down every year over this timeframe. Meanwhile, the country will age rapidly up to 2030, compounded by falling birth rates and increasing life expectancy. The urban population will increase swiftly up to 2030 ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Peru

    ... expansion of modern retail. Relatively low internet penetration will, spurring changes in consumers’ shopping expectations and experiences. The growing number of older Peruvians is expected to alter the consumer profile in coming years and drive ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Brazil

    ... remain wary, and a return to robust spending may be some time off. Many price-conscious consumers have turned to internet retailers to satisfy their desire for lower prices. Despite the recent economic downturn, demand for ... 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

  • Countries, Peoples and Cultures: Central & South America

    ... American continent, Mexico Please Note: This publisher is in a remote location. As such, it may take up to 4 business days before a hard copy order is able to be shipped from this location. Read More

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