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Region: Caribbean
Category: Consumer Goods

Caribbean Consumer Goods

(255 reports matching your criteria)
  • Caribbean Food & Drink Q1 2019

    ... and investment in the food and drink sector.Puerto Rico will also experience strong growth in food and drink sales in 2019 as the sector begins to recover following economicrecession and severe hurricane damage. Economic and ... Read More

  • Travel in Jamaica

    ... many travellers opted to travel to Jamaica instead of their previous Caribbean choices. Having several airline connections helped to make Jamaica an easy and exciting option for travellers. Jamaica continued to concentrate on its usual ... Read More

  • Travel in Dominican Republic

    ... the country, combined with strong air transportation links, beautiful beaches, all-inclusive resorts, a variety of hotels and close proximity to the key east coast markets, are a recipe for success. The country is the largest ... Read More

  • Caribbean Tourism Q4 2018

    ... the hurricanes inSeptember 2017 struggle to reopen ahead of the high season in Q418. While many islands will be able to attract returning tourists,infrastructure damage and hotel closures will continue to undermine arrivals into 2019. Read More

  • Cuba Hotels Market Analytics to 2022: Rooms and Revenue Analytics

    ... recent years and is also expected to evolve in similar fashion in the near future. During 2013-2017 the overall room occupancy rate in Cuba inclined at a CAGR of 1.99% with 63.62% of occupancy rate ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in the Dominican Republic, 2018

    ... The report offers Market size and structure of the overall and per capita consumption based upon a unique combination of industry research, fieldwork, market sizing analysis, and our in-house expertise. The market for cigarettes in ... Read More

  • Travel and Tourism - Bahamas - August 2018

    ... dramatic increase over 2017, are certainly pointing in that direction. There are challenges however.” – Jessica Kelly, Senior Tourism Analyst This report looks at the following areas: What is one of the major weaknesses of ... Read More

  • Travel and Tourism - Barbados - August 2018

    ... year. As a mature tourism market, Barbados faces tough competition from its Caribbean neighbours and it can be challenging to sustain growth rates.” – Jessica Kelly, Senior Tourism Analyst This report looks at the following ... Read More

  • Travel and Tourism - Trinidad and Tobago - August 2018

    ... (ie far from the other Caribbean nations and off the beaten track for cruise companies) and the economy’s dependence on revenues and taxes from the energy sector … [but nevertheless] the signs towards growing the ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Dominican Republic

    ... each quarter in order to align prices with the official inflation rates reported by the Central Bank of the Dominican Republic. Specifically, the Internal Revenue Offices (Dirección General de Impuestos Internos, DGII) publishes the changes ... Read More

  • Tobacco in Dominican Republic

    ... retail volume sales continued to decline. Meanwhile, retail current value sales increased slightly in 2017, largely as a result of unit price movements. However, there was a slower drop in retail volume sales in 2017, ... Read More

  • Cigars, Cigarillos and Smoking Tobacco in Dominican Republic

    ... cigar smokers, as well as a lower-income consumer group which gravitates towards lower-priced machine-made cigars and cigarillos. The number of cigar boutiques, speciality tobacco shops and cigar clubs with smoking lounges is on the rise. ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Cuba, 2018

    ... tax increases has been driving up prices, and increased restrictions on public smoking. There are currently 2.92 million adults smoking regularly or occasionally. In per capita terms, legitimate consumption now averages around 1,327 pieces in ... Read More

  • Bath and Shower in Dominican Republic

    ... use as a personal statement which says something about who they are as a person. This means that for many Danes the higher price of a premium scent is a relatively inexpensive way to make ... Read More

  • Depilatories in Dominican Republic

    ... shows the preference for products which target a specific hair care problem. Whilst in the past Dominican women were keen to have straight and lustrous hair, despite their natural curls and ethnic hair type, nowadays ... Read More

  • Fragrances in Dominican Republic

    ... once again outperformed hair removers/bleaches; an indication that Dominican women are looking for convenience and practicality when choosing their ideal depilatory method. It is also important to highlight that razors are more affordable than hair ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Dominican Republic

    ... relies on the affordable price of these products, which target the wide low- and middle-income audience in the country. As price is a determining factor when acquiring fragrances, less expensive options such as colognes and ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Dominican Republic

    ... effective strategies to promote oral care amongst the most vulnerable people in the population. The government campaign includes educational programmes and prevention activities through both public and private education, regulation and the improvement of the ... Read More

  • Baby and Child-Specific Products in Dominican Republic

    ... hair removal solutions. Demand for longer-lasting hair removal has led to an increase in the number of businesses offering services such as waxing, intense pulsed light (IPL) and laser treatments. The review period also saw ... Read More

  • Oral Care in Dominican Republic

    ... inflation, high investment and domestic consumption, combined with the higher purchasing power of Dominicans, created the perfect scenario for the positive performance of beauty and personal care. It is important to mention that the Dominican ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Dominican Republic

    ... and humidity, which can result in skin conditions such as dehydration, sunburn and rosacea, amongst others, as well as premature ageing. Due to Dominicans’ concern for their skin, the category showed a robust performance in ... Read More

  • Premium Beauty and Personal Care in Dominican Republic

    ... Brexit negotiations concluded at the end of 2017. However, there remained a lack of clarity about how a border between Ireland and Northern Ireland would work, particularly if, as expected, the UK leaves the European ... Read More

  • Mass Beauty and Personal Care in Dominican Republic

    ... claims. This development is partly due to a high level of media attention surrounding harmful chemicals, allergens and other potentially dangerous substances. Several beauty magazines and blogs have written about this topic, while the Consumer ... Read More

  • Colour Cosmetics in Dominican Republic

    ... partly attributed to the improving Danish economy, which has led to a rise in consumer confidence and increased interest in premium products. Another contributing factor has been the improved availability of salon professional products. While ... Read More

  • Deodorants in Dominican Republic

    ... trend to gain awareness and eventually strength in colour cosmetics in the country. As more and more women are joining the workforce in the country, wearing make-up on a daily basis is becoming a necessity, ... Read More

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