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Region: South America
Category: Consumer Goods

South America Consumer Goods

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  • Eye Care in Peru

    ... Ophthalmology (INO) dealing with this problem. Dry eye is an inflammatory condition that can sometimes be difficult to identify by the patient because their symptoms are easily confused with other visual health problems. It is ... Read More

  • Eye Care in Argentina

    ... Although there are no official statistics, some studies indicate that dry eye may affect around 40% of the population, thus supporting growth within standard eye care over the review period. Euromonitor International's Eye Care in ... Read More

  • Eye Care in Colombia

    ... the over-60 age group, although the incidence of dry eye is also increasing among the youth population. One of the main causes is the extensive use of computers, smartphones, televisions and other digital screens. Other ... Read More

  • Chile Consumer Electronics Q4 2019

    ... growth. The key driver will be purchasing power growth thatvendors will need to tap into via higher unit prices on replacement sales, because the first-time opportunity is exhausted in themajor product categories (smartphones, TV sets, ... Read More

  • Eye Care in Chile

    ... increase in both desktop and tablet use. When partnered with air-conditioned environments, we can clearly understand the growth in dry eye product sales. Taking the lead in 2019 was dry eye solution Systane, who continued ... Read More

  • Eye Care in Brazil

    ... expensive items. Brazilians continue to adopt a more rational approach towards purchases of certain items, and the wide range of prices seen under eye care favour consumers selecting the best option available. As a consequence, ... Read More

  • Brazil Consumer Electronics Q4 2019

    ... government have begun to be outweighedabout concerns regarding competence. We believe risk is weighted to the downside because of the divisiveness of PresidentBolsonaro, as well as the potential for discontent by failing to deliver on ... Read More

  • Hair Care in Latin America

    ... Growth is expected to rebound, as regional per capita consumption of USD19 is almost half that in more developed regions, indicating significant upside potential in the coming years. Euromonitor International's Hair Care in Latin America ... Read More

  • Men’s Grooming in Latin America

    ... yet men’s toiletries sales are expanding as men further engage with personal care. Direct selling remains the most popular distribution channel despite strong growth from others. Growth is anticipated for most countries as per capita ... Read More

  • Argentina Tourism Q4 2019

    ... and a higher cost of credit to weigh on investment in thehotel sector. This will also force the government to pull back on its ambitious plans to develop domestic travel infrastructure in a bidto make ... Read More

  • Colombia Consumer Electronics Q4 2019

    ... for device vendors. There will, however, be ashort-term dip in 2019 when the market readjusts after a strong rebound in 2017-2018. The main downside risk to the corescenario is for an external economic shock, or ... Read More

  • Venezuela Consumer & Retail Q4 2019

    ... see spending power undermined by rising unemployment and hyperinflation, while increased price controls willexacerbate shortages of essential goods. Retailers will struggle to make profits due to heavy government intervention in the sectorand drastic wage hikes. Read More

  • Colour Cosmetics in Chile (2019) – Market Sizes

    ... nail varnish remover, medicated products including lip salves and cosmetics hardware such as false eye lashes and nails. Market value is based on sales through all retail channels including direct to consumer and selective outlets. ... Read More

  • Travel in Peru

    ... car rental and travel intermediaries, which was also boosted by infrastructure developments. In terms of domestic and outbound travel, growing access to credit, lower prices for air tickets and the possibility to access offers through ... Read More

  • Airlines in Chile

    ... to reduce different boarding fee charges at its national airports, in an effort to increase the appeal of domestic travel. Competitive airline rates, partnered with a decrease in boarding fees, further reduced the ticket price ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Chile

    ... intermediaries provide the same prices and offers that they had seen while researching online. Metasearch websites were a popular way for tourists to look up prices, before they approached intermediaries. Low-cost booking formats, which attracted ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Peru

    ... Safety Pay, Pago Efectivo and Mercado Pago contributed to this expansion. Although there is still room for improvement, by developing consumers’ trust in online payments and implementing new ways of working that allow them to ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Chile

    ... being spent on travel and tourism within Chile. Euromonitor International's Tourism Flows in Chile report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Peru

    ... Sub 17 and the Pan American and Parapan American Games 2019. These events increased inbound arrivals, especially from neighbouring countries, due to the short distance, lower travel costs and Latin Americans’ interest in sports such ... Read More

  • Lodging in Chile

    ... base, focusing on business travellers. Euromonitor International's Lodging in Chile report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest market size data 2014-2018, ... Read More

  • Lodging in Peru

    ... especially millennials, are looking for different experiences when they travel. They are looking beyond regular and standardised tours and travel facilities. Greater value is being given to more authentic and unique experiences that give them ... Read More

  • Travel in Chile

    ... government applied to imported goods. However, these levies were lifted, reducing the flow of travellers from Argentina to Chile. Despite the slight decrease, the country experienced an increase in travellers from long-haul destinations, in particular ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Argentina

    ... generally lower prices offered by internet retailers. Customers can look for different options online without the need to deal with a physical person, and Argentinians are becoming used to buying online with confidence. By using ... Read More

  • Online Travel Sales and Intermediaries in Colombia

    ... religious tourism. Targeting such smaller niches was a way of guaranteeing the survival of smaller offline intermediaries. It worked because although large online retailers also understood that more informed tourists were demanding unique experiences, they ... Read More

  • Tourism Flows in Colombia

    ... the strong decline in Venezuelan tourists. In 2019, most people who arrived in Colombia from this country were not tourists, but refugees, and are therefore not included in Euromonitor data. It is also hard to ... Read More

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