Investing in Brazil 2016 - Disenchantment Pragmatism & Hope
After the success of our first Ipsos Flair in Brazil, made possible thanks to the great reception of our clients and the commitment of our teams, we are pleased to present the second edition. The scenario has significantly changed within a year, and some of the expected promises were delayed. The most commonly heard ‘when’ words are: recession, protests and disenchantment.
Nevertheless, Ipsos is not here to whine. On the contrary, it is in turbulent waters like these that navigation requires more command; because it opens a safe way.
Almost one hundred auto-part manufacturers and several car assemblers are entering Indonesia market and will start their operation in 2016-2017 periods. At the same time, Ipsos Business Consulting notes that the majority of existing players are planning to increase production capacity. What actually drives the auto-part industry growth despite lower auto-vehicle sales recorded in the semester 1 2015? To find out more about the information in this factoid, please email Indonesia.firstname.lastname@example.org
Thailand is expected to retain its position as the main automotive production hub within ASEAN with export production will see continued modest growth at 3%. Contact email@example.com to talk with one of our specialists.
The world balance of power is changing and our customers are entering new markets.
The Ipsos Flair series of manuals is designed to help businesses formulate a strategic planning approach to countries they do not really know well, or where they may simply project their own stereotypes.
Following on from the original France Flair and subsequent editions covering Italy, China and Brazil, we now present Ipsos Flair Thailand!
Ipsos Flair Thailand provides an essential briefing on:
The country’s values and mood
The influence of its history, religion and culture
The local people’s vision of the future, their ambitions, desires and ideals
How these factors shape how consumers behave, and how they relate to brands
Trends in China’s Automotive Component Manufacturing Industry
China's automotive components sector is set to achieve annual growth of 20 per cent for the next five years driven by demand for new cars and a growing secondary market. The aftermarket segment will become the main outlet for automotive parts as the average age of vehicles on the road continues to rise and the current total car population has already surpassed 100 million. The counterfeit auto parts market, already the world's largest with a current value of about US$40bn, will only increase as the overall market grows.
Eco Cars And Key Developments Within The Global Auto Industry
The demand for so-called “eco cars” such as hi-tech hybrids and electric vehicles (EV) has increased in recent years, not only in developed markets but in emerging markets as well. Ipsos Business Consulting provides a bird’s-eye view on the key developments within the global automotive industry in this Research Note.
India’s Hatchback Market – The Big Business of Small Cars
India's automobile industry is one of the largest recipients of foreign direct investment within the country and accounts for about 8 per cent of the economy. The industry is not only gaining ground as a global production hub, world-leading brands are increasingly setting up local operations to tap India's lucrative domestic market. This Research Note from Ipsos Business Consulting looks into the market dynamics, industry trends and competitive landscape of the hatchback segment of the automotive industry.
As the wheels of time have moved in fast-forward, Myanmar's automobile industry has undergone a major transformation, which in a way reflects the unique history of the country. In this Research Note from Ipsos Business Consulting, we examine the automotive industry in Myanmar and highlight the growing automotive opportunity sectors. (This research note is available in both English and Japanese.)