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Middle East Demographics

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  • Better For You Beverages in the United Arab Emirates

    ... the influx of expatriates into the country, most of whom prefer the dual proposition of leisure and business. The country’s hosting of Expo 2020 is expected to result in 25 million visitors in addition to ... Read More

  • Better For You Packaged Food in the United Arab Emirates

    ... 20% of people aged 20-79 years in the country have Type 2 diabetes. Both public and private stakeholders are now actively working to reduce these alarmingly high rates of obesity and diabetes. The government continuously ... Read More

  • Naturally Healthy Beverages in the United Arab Emirates

    ... in the country. The urban population prefer health and wellness products with more natural positioning. Excise tax on carbonates and energy drinks will reduce the production of sugary beverages and help companies concentrate on formulating ... Read More

  • Naturally Healthy Packaged Food in the United Arab Emirates

    ... the daily diets of many consumers in the United Arab Emirates. For example, laban (NH sour milk products) is a traditional local beverage that is consumed after meals or as a snack. Since the introduction ... Read More

  • Bahrain: Country Intelligence Report

    ... at a CAGR of 1.1% in the 2017-2022 period, to reach 1.5m by year-end 2022. Bahrain’s nominal GDP reached US$35bn in 2017, ranked 29th in the AME region. GlobalData expects the country’s nominal GDP to ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in the United Arab Emirates

    ... in coming years. On the other hand, high income inequality means that not all consumers will see benefits. High internet penetration has resulted in increasing popularity of online shopping and this is expected to continue. ... Read More

  • Who's Who in Saudi Arabia 2018

    ... impartial information on the most prominent and significant figures in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This superb reference work records the lives and achievements of men and women from every profession and activity. It is ... Read More

  • Who's Who in the United Arab Emirates 2018

    ... This superb reference work records the lives and achievements of men and women from every profession and activity. It is the reference work for anyone interested in the UAE. Highly recommended, Who’s Who in the ... Read More

  • Who's Who in Bahrain 2017-2018

    ... and achievements of men and women from every profession and activity. It is the reference work for anyone interested in Bahrain. Highly recommended, Who’s Who in Bahrain is an outstanding biographical reference work containing comprehensive ... Read More

  • Who's Who in Qatar 2017-2018

    ... records the lives and achievements of men and women from every profession and activity. It is the reference work for anyone interested in Qatar. Highly recommended, Who’s Who in Qatar is an outstanding biographical reference ... Read More

  • Who's Who in Kuwait 2017-2018

    ... records the lives and achievements of men and women from every profession and activity. It is the reference work for anyone interested in Kuwait. Highly recommended, Who’s Who in Kuwait is an outstanding biographical reference ... Read More

  • Who's Who in Iran 2017-18

    ... on the most prominent and significant figures in the Islamic Republic of Iran. This superb reference work records the lives and achievements of men and women from every profession and activity. It is the reference ... Read More

  • City Statistics Chartbook: Top 20 Middle Eastern Cities

    ... rapid and unsustainable economic growth the makeup of the global marketplace, and the relative importance of different regions, is changing constantly. Key Highlights Middle Eastern and African cities have generally performed well, and while the ... Read More

  • City Statistics Chartbook: Top 20 Middle East & Africa Cities

    ... to experience rapid and unsustainable economic growth the makeup of the global marketplace, and the relative importance of different regions, is changing constantly. Key Highlights Middle Eastern and African cities have generally performed well, and ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Israel

    ... to rise, often buttressed by consumer borrowing which has led to high levels household debt. At the same time, consumers are certainly more price-conscious and when they shop they continually seek out lower prices, behaviour ... Read More

  • Israel in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... a result of a high number of births due to an above replacement level of fertility and an increasing number of women of childbearing age in the population. Positive net migration will also contribute to ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Women Cosmetics Market, By Type, By Point of Sale, By Age Group, By Halal Vs. Conventional, By Organized Vs. Unorganized, Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2012 – 2022

    ... restricted to being used on special occasions, but are gaining prominence as part of women’s daily regimen. In Saudi Arabia, women’s cosmetic products are being widely adopted, and have emerged as high utility products, especially ... Read More

  • Qatar in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... growth, accounting for 68.6% of the increase. Over four fifths of the total population will be made up of foreign citizens and there will be around three men to every female in 2015-2030 due to ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Kuwait

    ... benefits being cut and the impact on household budgets. Regardless, consumer spending continues to rise—by 4.3% between 2015 and 2016, in real terms—driven in part by enthusiastic younger consumers who often spend generously as they ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Iran

    ... with high-quality Western goods. Young consumers and the growing middle class are expected to drive increased levels of online shopping as well as drive demand for branded personal products and luxury goods. Shopping malls are ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Saudi Arabia

    ... rising inflation but also of recent reductions in government subsidies and the impact of those cuts on household budgets. Consumers’ wariness has been reflected in several ways, including the postponement of big-ticket purchase and the ... Read More

  • Iran in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ... 2015 and 2030, falling birth rates, increasing death rates and negative net migration will contribute to slow population growth and rapidly increase the country’s median age. Iran will continue to be one of the more ... Read More

  • Kuwait in 2030 : The Future Demographic

    ... 2015-2030 due to lower net migration over this period. However, foreign citizens will still dominate the population in 2030 when they will account for 70.4% of the total population. Kuwait’s population is nearly totally urban ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates (UAE) in 2030 : The Future Demographic

    ... be slower in 2015-2030 than it was in the 2000s due to falling birth rates and fertility rates and increasing death rates, leading to an ageing population. At the same time, net migration will no ... Read More

  • Countries, Peoples and Cultures: Middle East & North Africa

    ... northern part of the A 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 ... Read More

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