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Region: Middle East
Category: Consumer Goods & Retailing

Middle East Consumer Goods & Retailing

(1868 reports matching your criteria)
  • Bahrain Consumer Electronics Q4 2019

    ... steady support from healthy disposable incomes, economicdiversification investment and tech-savvy demographic trends will help to counter the limitations on set by a mature core marketwhere most device categories are saturated. While Bahrain is one of ... Read More

  • Israel Consumer & Retail Q4 2019

    ... has been hit by a prolonged crisis in recent years and will continue to face headwinds over theforecast period as a weak economic backdrop worsens the outlook for troubled lenders. The country's non-bank financial sectorstands ... Read More

  • Oman Consumer Electronics Q4 2019

    ... income rates will make insurance cover moreaffordable and providers are reaching more first time users by developing more market appropriate product lines and expandingdistribution channels. Regulatory changes also have the potential to drive up premiums. ... Read More

  • Kuwait Consumer Electronics Q4 2019

    ... to saturation in virtually all categories. However, wedo expect modest, low single-digit growth over the five years to 2023. Underlying dynamics will be driven by sales of flagshiphandsets and high-value 5G next generation devices. Additional ... Read More

  • Household Goods in Saudi Arabia

    ... oil prices. Furthermore, Saudi Arabia’s societal structure is changing with women being granted rights in the workplace, gender mixing in workplaces being less of an issue, women being allowed to drive vehicles etc. This shift ... Read More

  • Personal Services in Saudi Arabia

    ... Saudi Arabia’s weak economy, which suffered from plummeting global oil prices. However, in 2018 the prices jumped, lifting locals’ average wages and enabling higher consumer spending. Additionally, the government’s reforms to diversify the country’s economy ... Read More

  • Food, Beverages and Tobacco in Saudi Arabia

    ... consumption, reduction in unemployment and expanding consumers' disposable income have influenced increasing spending on food items. The demand for food and beverages in the Kingdom was further supported by stable growth in religious tourism to ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in the Middle East and Africa

    ... brands remain dominant. Local brands within economy priced remain popular owing to increased taxation leading to consumers downtrading. Growth in volume and value terms will remain strong over the forecast period despite the threat from ... Read More

  • Nappies/Diapers and pants in the Middle East and Africa

    ... to more women entering the workforce and changing cultural practices encouraged by company and governmental activity. However, it remains a challenging environment and growth is hampered by price sensitivity. The key to success in the ... Read More

  • Oman Consumer & Retail Q4 2019

    ... Omani consumer despite weak oil prices that will weigh on business and consumerconfidence over the coming quarters. Private consumption will be supported by rising disposable incomes, a growing urbanpopulation and increased female labour force participation. Read More

  • Qatar Consumer Electronics Q4 2019

    ... demand for high-end replacement spending on items suchas ultra-premium smartphones, ultra-HD and HDR TV sets, smart speakers, wearables and hybrid notebooks. The FIFA World Cupevent that Qatar is hosting in 2022 is another positive, for ... Read More

  • Qatar Consumer & Retail Q4 2019

    ... growth in household spending, while prices have been subdued enough to support purchasing power. However,deflationary pressures are persisting, which can create the incentive for consumers to put off spending money in expectation offurther falling prices. Read More

  • Beauty Disruptor Series: Innovation in Europe, Middle East and Africa

    ... innovators” selected by our in-country analysts, are newly established local businesses launched between 2012 and 2018, and typically formed by entrepreneurs who identified a gap in their market and decided to supply the demand through ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Consumer & Retail Q4 2019

    ... a slump in 2018. This is supported by solid employment figures and strong consumer confidence.Disinflation will persist in the UAE in 2019, with prices dragged down mostly by lower housing costs. The relatively high wealth ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Fuel Station Market - Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2019 - 2024)

    ... Venezuela. Saudi Arabia was the largest crude oil producer in 2016. In 2017, the country took a strategic decision of oil production cut, to aid in the increasing crude oil prices, which, in turn, resulted ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in the United Arab Emirates

    ... offered by the vast majority of hi-fi systems and home cinema and speaker systems by the end of the review period. Consequently, consumers have little need to buy digital media player docks, with this product ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in the United Arab Emirates

    ... to increase the products’ consumer appeal. As smartphone manufacturers launch more improved and high-quality integrated cameras in their devices the need for single-function imaging devices continues to decline. Innovation in imaging devices will continue to ... Read More

  • Bahrain Consumer & Retail Q4 2019

    ... in 2019, on the back of fiscal consolidation in the form of cuts to government subsidies and the introduction ofVAT. However, the consumer profile remains solid, with low unemployment, stable inflation and relatively wealthy households. Read More

  • Home Video in the United Arab Emirates

    ... in cricket taking place in 2019, sales of TVs therefore increased at the end of the review period in the United Arab Emirates. Over the forecast period demand for larger TVs of more than 50 ... Read More

  • Portable Players in the United Arab Emirates

    ... by portable players and rendering these devices unnecessary for most consumers, wireless speakers are increasing thanks to the launch of smart multifunctional products such as Google Home, Amazon Echo, JBL etc. The average unit price ... Read More

  • Wearable Electronics in the United Arab Emirates

    ... year helped increased sales of wearable electronics as they motivated residents to opt for healthier lifestyle. As well as the general trend of living better, health and wellness initiatives are being pushed by governments across ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in the United Arab Emirates

    ... of the categories in 2018 as a significant number of consumers in the United Arab Emirates postponed their purchases, as uncertainty remained high. In 2019, consumers in the United Arab Emirates had become more used ... Read More

  • Wearable Electronics in Saudi Arabia

    ... communication effectiveness and mobility. Hence, wearable devices are expected to see significant growth over the forecast period, driven by their convenience and rising health awareness. This is in alignment with the Vision 2030 initiative, which ... Read More

  • Home Audio and Cinema in Saudi Arabia

    ... the largest component: LCD TVs. Altered spending priorities among consumers, and selective purchasing behaviour, continue to negatively impact sales of new home audio and cinema devices. Products in this category are considered luxury items rather ... Read More

  • Imaging Devices in Saudi Arabia

    ... camcorders saw less severe negative growth due to some level of demand among specialist users. Euromonitor International's Imaging Devices in Saudi Arabia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the in-home, ... Read More

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