Consumer Asia Pacific and Australasia: 2011

This book will help you understand consumer markets in Asia Pacific and Australasia. It has market sizes for hundreds of consumer products in 14 countries in the region, including China. The data covers six years (2004-2009) and new for this edition there are the forecasts to 2015. The research ranges from clothing and footwear to pet food and tobacco. Discover the fastest growing markets, those that are static and those in decline. Consumer Asia Pacific and Australasia 2011 combine data from four books into one, making it bigger and better value. It combines data previously in: - Consumer Asia - Consumer China - Consumer International - International Marketing Forecasts Consumer Asia Pacific and Australasia includes - Market size statistics for consumer products in 14 countries - 6 years of historic data (2004-2009) and forecasts to 2015 - Volume and value data*, percentage (%) change and per capita figures *Value data presented in local currency and US$ - Data on private label trends - Key socio-economic indicators to help put market trends into context Consumer products researched Alcoholic drinks; Clothing and footwear; Consumer electronics; Cosmetics and toiletries; Disposable paper products; DIY; Domestic electrical appliances; Eyewear; Fresh food; Gardening; Home furnishings; Hot drinks; Household care products; House wares; OTC healthcare; Packaged food; Personal and leisure goods; Pet food and pet care products; Soft drinks; Tobacco; Toys and games Socio-economic indicators researched Economic indicators; Foreign trade; Population; Health; Household characteristics; Possession of household durables; Labour; Income; Consumer Expenditure; Retailing; Travel and tourism; IT and telecommunications Discover - How the market for spirits has grown in the last 5 years - How much the market for contact lenses are set to grow in the next 5 years - Which country spends the most on consumer electronics - How many noodles are sold per capita in Japan