Myanmar has seen a renaissance in construction work due to both the economic liberalisation that is happening in the country as well as the necessity of infrastructure growth. This Research Note from Ipsos Business Consulting highlights key developments in Myanmar’s construction industry such as the urbanisation of major cities and growth of industrial zones. (This research note is available in both English and Japanese.)
As the economy continues to grow in Myanmar, one of the areas that has seen a major overhaul is the healthcare industry. This Research Note from Ipsos Business Consulting explores the healthcare sector in Myanmar, including their healthcare systems and facilities, opportunity sectors and medical tourism. (This research note is available in both English and Japanese.)
Understanding India's Construction Equipment Market
India's growth story has witnessed many cyclical changes across a wide range of industries from agriculture and retail to software, IT and real estate, all of which serve as key drivers of the country's economy. Volatility in real estate and related industries, such as construction equipment, has resulted in demand-supply gaps that hamper analysis of the sector and its trends.
This Research Note from Ipsos Business Consulting provides insight into opportunities for various construction equipment original equipment manufacturers in terms of business channels, as well as outlines the market structure by manufacturers and segments while indicating the road ahead in terms of infrastructure requirements.
Thailand has an ambitious plan to be the “kitchen of the world” and thereby secure its future as one of the most important food exporters globally. The country has a market leading position in areas such as rice and sugar cane.
In this Research Note from Ipsos Business Consulting, we examine the development of the industry in Thailand and consider the relevance of poultry to the “kitchen of the world” policy.
Opportunities And Challenges in China’s Automotive Industry
Chinese consumers are expected to play an increasingly important role in the development of the economy as China rebalances from an export driven to a domestic consumption driven model. As the growth of new passenger vehicle sales relative to past years slows, China is still expected to remain the world’s largest producer and consumer of automobiles. It will outperform both the European and US markets in the midterm with its projected high single digit growth. There is no doubt that the China Automotive market will continue to dominate the industry both here in Asia and worldwide.
In this Industry Report from Ipsos Business Consulting, we look at some of the opportunities and key challenges being faced in China.