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Identifying Opportunities Within ASEAN’s Universal Healthcare Programmes

This paper provides a summary review of market opportunities related to universal healthcare programmes in ASEAN – with a special focus on Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines. As each country’s population joins its national health system, extensive partnerships are needed to fill the demand for hospital beds, qualified doctors, modern equipment, quality medicine and after-sales service.

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Unlocking the Opportunities for Crop Science Products in CLMV

Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, and Vietnam, collectively known as CLMV, account for a third of ASEAN geographical area and experience continuous growth in both GDP and population. Despite relatively less developed infrastructure, these countries are gearing up for improving crop productivity and modernizing agriculture sector. This paper examines the agriculture sector as well as the macro trend in CLMV countries, reveals growth opportunities for crop science companies, and recommends strategies to seize the market potential.

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3D Printing in Korea

With Korea acting as a fast follower rather than an innovator in the 3D printing industry, Korean companies are now setting their sights on catching up to the field in this quickly developing sector. In this Ipsos publication, we review the Korean 3D printing industry in its present state, including its most promising opportunities as well as the barriers to success that business is currently facing. We then put a special focus on the major Korean players, the parts of industry where the technology is most likely to take hold in the coming years, and how the government and businesses are stepping up to the challenge.

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European Mobilities Observatory

Key results:

  • Europeans spend an average of almost 2 hours a day on the move
  • 65% use their car to get to their place of work or study: it is the most common mode of transport for all compulsory daily journeys
  • 58% of Europeans are dissatisfied with the fluidity of traffic during the rush hour
  • A majority of Europeans consider public investments in transport infrastructures insufficient, in particular in terms of intermodality (61%)
  • 66% of Europeans would be willing to use their car less often if the necessary investments were made
  • 77% believe that future innovations in the field of mobility will have a positive impact on their daily life
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3D Printing - The genesis of a new realm of possibility in manufacturing and supply chain

3D Printing is a powerful technology that some are describing as revolutionary. Whilst many industrial manufacturers have been slow to adopt the technology, the number of companies adapting their manufacturing process and supply chains is expected to increase as the materials that can be used in 3D printing expand and the speed of printing improves: there are already reports of US research labs creating 3D printers that work at speeds of 5-6 times that of existing commercial 3D printers. This industry guide from Ipsos Business Consulting looks at the potential developments in industrial manufacturing with a spotlight on China, India and the ASEAN countries.

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