Region: Asia
Category: Consumer Goods & Retailing

Asia Consumer Goods & Retailing

(8,260 reports matching your criteria)
  • Deodorants in Japan

    ... going out increased, the end of mask-wearing increased awareness of the need to smell good, and the high temperatures seen in this year. First, there was the reclassification of COVID-19 by the Japanese government as ... Read More

  • Depilatories in Japan

    ... a return to decline was seen in 2023. Depilatories has been affected by changing consumer behaviours. A positive factor for the category in 2023 was the reclassification of COVID-19, which brought people back outside their ... Read More

  • Colour Cosmetics in Japan

    ... and the end of the habit of wearing a face mask. However, value sales remained below the pre-pandemic level, partly due to lifestyle changes. Euromonitor International's Colour Cosmetics in Japan report offers a comprehensive guide ... Read More

  • Fragrances in Japan

    ... had a lower level of sales compared with pre-pandemic (2019). On the other hand, fragrances had already exceeded the 2019 level of sales in 2022, and therefore showed organic growth in demand in 2023. Euromonitor ... Read More

  • Men's Grooming in Japan

    ... products in the space, which activated sales. Increasing awareness of beauty and personal care amongst male consumers was brought about mainly by two factors. One was the end of the pandemic, which had kept people ... Read More

  • Bath and Shower in Japan

    ... that began in 2021 continued. Liquid soap and hand sanitisers saw giant leaps in their sales in 2020 due to the hygiene-consciousness arising from the pandemic, and although in 2023 these two categories still held ... Read More

  • Skin Care in Japan

    ... on direct flights from China were no longer required to present a negative COVID-19 test result certificate within 72 hours of departure. Furthermore, the ban on group travel from China to Japan was lifted in ... Read More

  • Oral Care in Japan

    ... awareness of hygiene pushing up unit prices; this trend continued in 2023. Although sales decreased in volume terms, increasing unit prices maintained growth momentum in value terms. Euromonitor International's Oral Care in Japan report offers ... Read More

  • Sun Care in Japan

    ... were several factors which supported growth. One was the increased opportunities for going out. The reclassification of COVID-19 from level 2 to level 5 by the Japanese government in May 2023 normalised social activities. Face ... Read More

  • Mass Beauty and Personal Care in Japan

    ... value terms as a result of the end of the pandemic, mass bath and shower continued to decline. Liquid soap and hand sanitisers, in particular, which grew significantly during the pandemic due to infection control, ... Read More

  • Premium Beauty and Personal Care in Japan

    ... to department stores. Particularly strong growth was seen by premium lip products, premium lip care, premium sun protection, and premium fragrances. The high growth in premium lip products and premium lip care was mainly driven ... Read More

  • Baby and Child-Specific Products in Japan

    ... skin care saw the strongest increases, with baby and child-specific sun care seeing exceptional double-digit growth, although from a low base. In Japan, there was a turning point in how people faced and regarded COVID-19. ... Read More

  • Hair Care in Japan

    ... and conditioners and treatments. Self-care at home became a trend during the pandemic, and has endured, which contributed to growth for these two categories. The momentum of new brands also drove value growth by increasing ... Read More

  • Beauty and Personal Care in Japan

    ... COVID-19. First, the status of COVID-19 as an infectious disease, which was previously level 2, under which the government made various demands on consumers, was moved to level 5, equivalent to influenza, from May 2023. ... Read More

  • Hypermarkets in South Korea

    ... consumer habits and difficult economic conditions. A pivotal factor contributing to the virtual stagnation of the channel was a notable shift in consumers’ purchasing patterns, propelled by the remarkable growth of online (retail e-commerce) platforms. ... Read More

  • Supermarkets in South Korea

    ... leverage their smaller size for improved accessibility compared with their larger counterpart, and offer a diverse range of fresh food and ingredients, surpassing that of convenience stores. Supermarkets capitalise on their intermediate size, providing accessibility ... Read More

  • Direct Selling in South Korea

    ... unfolded, permitting sponsored direct sellers to engage in non-face-to-face transactions through cyber malls. This transformative change has prompted companies to explore the potential of online sales in a fairly stagnant channel. A noteworthy development in ... Read More

  • Home Products Specialists in South Korea

    ... saw the slowest value growth rate in 2023. This channel faced challenges in the initial half of 2023, primarily influenced by a decline in real estate transactions. Sales declined, as the broader economic context, along ... Read More

  • Appliances and Electronics Specialists in South Korea

    ... only made a small dent in the losses experienced since 2019. The channel has been facing formidable challenges, attributed to various factors that are contributing to declining demand for appliances and electronics. High interest rates, ... Read More

  • General Merchandise Stores in South Korea

    ... although the latter remained by far the larger channel. Department stores experienced significant developments in 2023, demonstrating resilience and adaptability in the midst of economic challenges. Core players, including Lotte, Shinsegae, and Hyundai, collectively referred ... Read More

  • Health and Beauty Specialists in South Korea

    ... current value terms. The largest channel in value terms, pharmacies, maintained growth in South Korea during 2023, although the rate of increase moderated compared with the previous year. One key contributor to the tempering of ... Read More

  • Retail E-Commerce in South Korea

    ... driving a substantial increase in online transactions, particularly in the domain of mobile shopping. Retail e-commerce, already totalling a substantial value, experienced a noteworthy uptick in 2023. The growth rates recorded for sales of foods ... Read More

  • Discounters in South Korea

    ... growth. In South Korea, major retailers have embraced private label offerings in the last decade, responding to the demand for value for money, particularly for consumer staples. However, there are still significant challenges which are ... Read More

  • Retail in South Korea

    ... across most channels, although growth in outlet numbers was mainly driven by convenience retailers. Small local grocers was one of the only channels to face a decline, due to the challenge from e-commerce and convenience ... Read More

  • Convenience Retailers in South Korea

    ... and this figure increased to nearly 60,000 in 2023. The increase in outlet numbers has solidified the positions of the four key players: CU (BGF Retail), GS25 (GS Retail), 7-Eleven (Korea Seven), and emart24 (E-Mart). ... Read More

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