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Region: Asia
Category: Product Consumption

Asia Product Consumption

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  • Turkmenistan in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...of 14.6% from 2015. Although the population will be ageing rapidly, it will still be relatively young on a regional basis by 2030 with a median age of just 31.6 years. Ashgabat will continue to ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Brazil

    ...in particular, postponing big-ticket purchases. High levels of household debt accumulated during better days are also stifling spending. Regardless, some sectors continue to grow, including internet retailing which has been boosted by the recent proliferation ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in China

    ...savers and work defines them, whereas the younger generation are drastically different. They are comfortable spending and they are increasingly individualistic and independent. They want their own personal style and they want to show it ... Read More

  • South Korea in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...expectancy rates in the world, South Korea is sitting on a demographic time bomb, with the population ageing rapidly. By 2030, South Korea will have one of the oldest populations in the world. Euromonitor's South ... Read More

  • Graphene Market Size And Trend Analysis By Product (Nanoplatelets, Oxide), By Application (Electronics, Composites, Energy), By Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Rest of the World), And Segment Forecasts, 2014 - 2025

    ...graphene market is projected to reach USD 529.8 million by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Growing electronics industry, especially in the emerging Asia Pacific region is projected to drive ... Read More

  • Online Retail in Asia-Pacific

    ...leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market. Key Findings Save time carrying out entry-level research by identifying the size, growth, major segments, and leading players in the online ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Taiwan

    ...experiences, including travel. At the same time, consumers of all ages are changing their food shopping habits in the aftermath of recent food scandals. The new consumer awareness gained as a result of the food ... Read More

  • Taiwan in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...driven by falling numbers of younger age groups, as older age groups increase. This will be caused by falling birth rates and low fertility combined with a drop in the number of females of childbearing ... Read More

  • Electrical & Electronics Retail Top 5 Emerging Markets Industry Guide_2016

    ...2020). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market. Essential resource for top-line data and analysis covering the emerging five electrical & ... Read More

  • Malaysia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...fall in natural change after 2017 and lower rates of net migration than experienced in previous decades, it will still be higher than most countries in Asia Pacific. Rapid growth of the 60+ age groups ... Read More

  • Hong Kong, China in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...growth over this period. The decline in most younger age groups and increase in older groups, influenced by falling birth rates and increasing life expectancy, will continue to push up the median age in 2015-2030. ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Japan

    ...lower prices. Not surprisingly, internet retailing is popular amongst high-tech consumers but most Japanese still appreciate the experience of shopping in physical stores. The significant proportion of older consumers has resulted in the growing demand ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Turkey

    ...comfort in using credit cards and personal loans to buy products and services. Younger consumers are driving growth in internet retailing and those that can afford it are forming a new generation of home owners, ... Read More

  • The Chinese Consumer - China - April 2016

    ...key growth engine. Ever-increasing disposable income and an optimistic economic outlook encourages Chinese consumers to spend more money in almost every sector of life – from everyday staples to discretionary items and activities – in ... Read More

  • China in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...mean that population growth will continue to slow in 2015-2030. At the same time, the country will age rapidly and will be one of the oldest countries by median age in Asia Pacific over this ... Read More

  • Singapore in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...and this will continue up to 2030 due to its falling birth rate and falling net migration. Government attempts to increase fertility will have little success in 2015-2030. As a city state Singapore has one ... Read More

  • Indonesia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...be strong between 2015 and 2030, it will slow as the birth rate falls and net migration continues to be negative. The population is predominantly urban and between 2015 and 2030 urban population will grow ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Russia

    ...which have driven food prices higher and resulted in many coveted imported items no longer being stocked on store shelves. Looking ahead it appears that consumers will have no choice but to consider many of ... Read More

  • Russia in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...that positive net migration will no longer be able to stop population decline after 2021. Moscow dominates the urban landscape and will account for 11.7% of the total urban population in 2030, although the second ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Malaysia

    ...a number of areas, including dining out and holiday travel, and many have switched from shopping for food in supermarkets to shopping at less expensive wet markets. On the other hand, there appears to be ... Read More

  • Consumer Electronics in Asia Pacific: How Demographics and Income Shape Demand

    ...rapid urbanisation, rising disposable income and growing middle class. While smartphones and tablets benefit from the shift in spending priorities, demand for some categories is likely to slow. As the region takes a more central ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Indonesia

    ...still challenged by a lack of suitable housing and other barriers. Many consumers, particularly younger consumers, are turning to internet retailing due to its convenience and to secure products not available on the shelves of ... Read More

  • Kazakhstan in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...2030 while the birth rate and fertility rate are set to fall. Fertility will, however, stay above the replacement level but there will be a decrease in the proportion of women of childbearing age in ... Read More

  • Pakistan in 2030: The Future Demographic

    ...relatively low life expectancy mean that it will remain an overwhelmingly young country in 2030 when nearly three quarters of the population will be aged 40 years or below. Despite rapid growth in the urban ... Read More

  • Consumer Lifestyles in Thailand

    ...grandparents for childcare whilst parents go out to work. The ageing population is increasing and consumers are looking at ways in which they can support themselves during retirement. Online shopping and social media has developed ... Read More

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