The new emerging food markets, 2013 and beyond
Brand new report from just-food
The countries which make up the BRICs could find some of the focus on them shifting to newer emerging markets elsewhere. just-food has reviewed ten other nations that have emerged into the spotlight as the balance of global power shifts to dynamic, newly industrialised countries in Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa. A group collectively creating another acronym, 'CIVETS', these countries are Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey and South Africa. In addition, just-food has reviewed Croatia, Poland, Mexico and Nigeria.
This brand new publication from just-food profiles these countries. The current market conditions are outlined along with trends, opportunities and challenges which are likely to affect further growth.
The strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for each country are summarised at the end of the country profiles.
The report also looks at some of the major players and their activity in these countries, new market entrants and the competitive landscape generally.
A mix of factors have implications for the potential of these emerging markets. These are some of the main considerations affecting the food producing and retail sectors in these different countries:
Dependence on foreign capital
Use this report to gain an overview of these emerging food markets and discover the country most likely to become the biggest emerging economy by 2022.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Colombia
Chapter 3 Croatia
Chapter 4 Egypt
Chapter 5 Indonesia
Chapter 6 Mexico
Chapter 7 Nigeria
Chapter 8 Poland
Chapter 9 South Africa
Chapter 10 Turkey
Chapter 11 Vietnam
Table 1: Food consumption in the new ten emerging markets, 2011-2016
Table 2: Colombia’s vital food market statistics
Table 3: Croatia’s vital food market statistics
Table 4: Egypt’s vital food market statistics
Table 5: Indonesia’s vital food market statistics
Table 6: Mexico’s vital food market statistics
Table 7: Nigeria’s vital food market statistics
Table 8: Poland’s vital food market statistics
Table 9: South Africa’s vital food market statistics
Table 10: Turkey’s vital food market statistics
Table 11: Vietnam’s vital food market statistics
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