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Consumer Lifestyles in Israel

39 pages • By Euromonitor International

The rising cost of living combined with rising house prices has squeezed the budgets of many Israeli households. Regardless, consumer spending on dining out, holidays and other discretionary items continues to rise, often buttressed by consumer borrowing which has led to high levels household debt. At the same time, consumers are certainly...

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Apr 2017

Battle of AI: How Companies and Consumers Benefit

13 pages • By Euromonitor International

Samsung unveiled its flagship Galaxy S8 range powered by Bixby, its AI smart assistant. Bixby (Samsung) joins an increasingly crowded list of AI powered smart assistants such as Alexa (Amazon), Google Assistant and Siri (Apple). How do companies and consumers benefit from smart assistants? Euromonitor International’s Battle of AI:...

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Apr 2017

Portable Consumer Electronics in the Middle East and Africa

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

Growing middle classes and a high population of young people means that there are many untapped consumers in the Middle East and Africa. As the region has one of the highest economic inequality rates in the world, electronic products will need to be marketed in multiple ways to target a wide and varied consumer group. Smartphones are increasingly...

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Apr 2017

Retail Tissue in Eastern Europe

70 pages • By Euromonitor International

The retail tissue market in Eastern Europe has been hindered by the economic downturn of many countries, as some have been slow to recover. This has led consumers to favour economy products at low prices, paving the way for the growth of private label. With low per capita consumption, there is much room for growth, especially as consumers’...

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Apr 2017

Tea in Eastern Europe

69 pages • By Euromonitor International

Eastern Europe is home to the highest level of tea consumption in the world, which helped it to reach annual retail sales of USD4 billion in 2016. The region is led by Russia, where black tea was able to ride out years of economic difficulties to keep growth positive. Elsewhere, newer forms of tea, such as green tea, are starting to take share...

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Apr 2017

Pet Food in Latin America

54 pages • By Euromonitor International

Growing middle classes, the spread of certain diseases associated with dogs and cats as well as rapid urbanisation are fuelling the massive increase in size in both value and volume of the pet food market in Latin America. Due to these factors, Latin America has outperformed all other regions in terms of CAGR during the period from 2011 to...

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Apr 2017

Luxury Eyewear in Mexico

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

Luxury sunglasses in Mexico accounted for a 60% share of the category’s value sales in 2016. There are a large number of optical goods stores, through which these products principally retail, after which mixed retailers take the remaining share. Luxury brands and department stores are expanding rapidly in the country, with sales increasing...

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Apr 2017

Luxury Portable Consumer Electronics in Mexico

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

During 2015 TAG Heuer disappeared from the category in Mexico due to internal strategy and highly niche consumption of the brand in the country, leaving only some inventory which was finally sold in 2016. As such, the only major brands left in the category are Blackberry Porsche Design and Tory Burch Fitbit Flex. Euromonitor International’s...

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Apr 2017

Designer Apparel and Footwear (Ready-To-Wear) in Mexico

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

The tremendous growth of department stores and luxury brands in affluent cities as well as the launch of shopping malls in second-tier cities in the country widened the distribution of international brands, such as Bally, Lanvin and Givenchy in designer apparel and footwear (ready-to-wear). These are in addition to the more established luxury...

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Apr 2017

Key Global Packaging Trends and Innovations in Home Care

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

Home care packaging innovations were numerous over 2011-2016, particularly in laundry care, in spite of the industry’s only modest growth. While sales are stagnating in developed countries, developing markets are driving volume sales through small pack sizes that make laundry detergent affordable to all. Furthermore, offering more functional...

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Apr 2017

Super Premium Beauty and Personal Care in Mexico

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Although Mexico’s economy witnessed the slowest growth among all of the largest economies in Latin America, consumers continued to treat themselves to affordable luxuries, such as super premium beauty and personal care. In response to the lack of growth in the economy in previous years, industry players expanded their product portfolios in...

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Apr 2017

Consumer Lifestyles in Austria

38 pages • By Euromonitor International

Despite their relative affluence, consumers slowed their spending in recent years as a result of a sluggish economy and declining levels of disposable income. Consumers have also reduced borrowing and are working to pay off existing household debt. But it appears that Austrians are becoming more optimistic about their personal finances in...

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Apr 2017

Luxury Leather Goods in Mexico

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Brands, such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Bottega Veneta, Gherardini and Yves Saint Laurent, all increased their presence in the country towards the end of the review period, with the aim of providing a wider range of luxury options to their consumers. Much of their growth was also supported by the increase in the number of department stores,...

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Apr 2017

Luxury Writing Instruments and Stationery in Mexico

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

This category has not only suffered from the recession but also from being less fashionable than other luxury goods. Moreover, given the rise in technology, such as computers and mobile phones, there is less demand for stationery, with consumers preferring to text or e-mail than write letters. However, luxury writing instruments continue to...

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Apr 2017

Luxury Goods in Mexico

81 pages • By Euromonitor International

Driven mainly by the service sector, the economy improved modestly in 2014-2016, while a process of tax reform substantially raised non-oil revenue and started to cut expenditure. However, economic growth is expected to slow in 2017. Driven by deteriorating business confidence, tighter financial conditions and a sharp depreciation of the peso,...

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Apr 2017

Strategies for Expanding into Emerging Markets with E-commerce

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

This global briefing presents five strategic considerations for assessing and expanding into emerging and developing countries. It identifies market characteristics and indicators specific to emerging and developing countries that retailers and manufacturers should understand when selecting a market for entry. Company examples demonstrate...

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Apr 2017

Fine Wines/Champagne and Spirits in Mexico

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016, fine wines/champagne and spirits fared slightly better than it did over the review period as a whole with consumers increasingly seeking out more premium standard drinks in line with improvements in the country’s economy. Consumers have been trading up to premium standard drinks as well as crossing over into the luxury bracket. Heritage...

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Apr 2017

Luxury Timepieces in Mexico

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

The growing use of electronic devices, such as smartphones and tablets, which display the time, is changing the reasons why consumers wear watches in Mexico. Consumers are therefore increasingly purchasing watches, especially luxury watches, as fashion accessories or as a status symbol, rather than for the purpose of telling the time. Moreover,...

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Apr 2017

Luxury Jewellery in Mexico

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

By 2016, consumers had become accustomed to the new regulations put in place during 2015 on money laundering in which purchases of luxury jewellery and timepieces with a retail value of MXN52,000 or over meant the consumer had to provide the retailer with their personal information. As such, the category was able to grow at a healthy rate. Euromonitor...

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Apr 2017

Atrocities and Their Impact on Destination Hotspots

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

The travel industry is one of the most dynamic industries globally, which has been impacted by the increasing terrorist attacks in recent years, and this is having a detrimental effect on the perceptions of travellers and their safety concerns when choosing holiday destinations. Identifying the extent to which such events can influence tourism...

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Apr 2017

Non-Store Retailing in Pakistan

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

The accessibility of the internet to the growing number of young and urban consumers resulted in an internet retailing boom. The rapid growth in mobile internet usage and increased awareness of internet retailing encouraged multiple internet retailers to enter, which resulted in a sizeable increase in e-commerce. Euromonitor International’s...

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Apr 2017

Non-Grocery Specialists in Pakistan

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

Non-grocery specialists continued to grow on the back of improvements in the economy, and in public security in urban areas especially. Sustained improvement in law and order helped increase demand from urban consumers. Euromonitor International’s Non-Grocery Specialists in Pakistan report offers insight into key trends and developments...

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Apr 2017

Retail Tissue in Canada

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

Retail tissue recorded 2% current value growth in 2016 as volume growth remained modest but stable at 1%. Volume growth in retail tissue is being mainly supported by population growth as demand in the category is already saturated. Annual per capita usage of retail tissue products in Canada is 13.5kg, one of the highest in the world. Overall,...

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Apr 2017

Fish and Seafood in the US

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

The consumption of seafood by Americans continues to lag far behind the global average, despite recent growth. This is a consistent trend that has remained in place for years, as large numbers of Americans approach at-home cooking of seafood warily, and are far less willing to pay premium prices for high-quality domestically caught seafood...

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Apr 2017

Tissue and Hygiene in Canada

63 pages • By Euromonitor International

Tissue and hygiene continued to register moderate growth rates in 2016. As a mature market, growth rates in tissue and hygiene are highly correlated with population growth. Most categories within the tissue and hygiene market are non-discretionary consumer staples, which supports stable volume growth. In recent years, the market has been facing...

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Apr 2017

Eggs in the US

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

Total volume sales of eggs witnessed a significant decline in 2015, as supplies fell due to the mass outbreak in the US of avian flu, which predominately affected egg-laying hens. As a result, prices shot up and overall consumption decreased, even though the popularity of eggs increased amongst American consumers due to their convenience and...

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Apr 2017

Digital Innovators: Reimagination of the Last Commerce Mile

17 pages • By Euromonitor International

Digital has redefined delivery. The confluence of macroeconomic, demographic and lifestyle trends that are underpinning evolving consumer expectations alongside the arrival of new technologies has led to commerce players reimagining the last mile. This equates to new speeds, new forms and even new methods with which consumers receive said...

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Apr 2017

Nuts in the US

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

California’s multi-year drought, which in January 2015 came alongside exceptionally warm winter temperatures, and which contributed to the driest levels seen in California since record-keeping began in 1895, had an adverse effect on nut yields. Production lagged as a result, and imports were increased to accommodate for losses. In 2016, however,...

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Apr 2017

Grocery Retailers in Pakistan

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Modern grocery retailers continued to grow faster than traditional grocery retailers. Although the size of modern retailing is much smaller in comparison with traditional retailing, the former increased at the expense of the latter, especially in upscale urban areas. The main reason for this is the fast adoption of modern retailing. Euromonitor...

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Apr 2017

Retailing in Pakistan

37 pages • By Euromonitor International

Low duties, generally free borders, except on one side, decline in inflation, higher disposable incomes and other factors associated with urbanisation resulted in further growth in retailing in Pakistan. Retailing is considered to have benefitted directly from rising living standards and better economic and security conditions in urban areas. Euromonitor...

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Apr 2017