Beverage Market Research Reports and Industry Size, Share

Alcoholic Drinks in South Africa

Jun-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 90 | Code : MRS-97302 | 1350

Many consumers faced diminishing disposable income levels in 2015, as a result of higher fuel costs and inflation. This resulted in total volume growth slowing for overall alcoholic drinks in the year in comparison to 2014, particularly as the government increased taxation levels for most produ Read more

Alcoholic Drinks in Slovenia

Jun-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 72 | Code : MRS-97301 | 1350

Even though economic indicators in Slovenia are improving and showing the end of a long lasting crisis, alcoholic drinks was still experiencing some difficulties and struggles with further declining volume sales in 2015. Such market performance is a result of rather low consumer disposable inco Read more

Alcoholic Drinks in Slovakia

Jun-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 92 | Code : MRS-97300 | 1350

Total volume sales of alcoholic drinks in Slovakia increased in 2015. Market growth accelerated compared with the review period average. The major driver behind the positive results was macroeconomic development. After several years of weak growth Slovakia experienced a strong economic recovery Read more

Alcoholic Drinks in Romania

Jun-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 100 | Code : MRS-97299 | 1350

Despite recovering consumption compared to the beginning of the review period, alcoholic drinks registered a decline in sales in 2015. Volume sales continued to be affected by low purchasing power in the context of stringent legislation and high excise tax, with rising prices resulting in consu Read more

Alcoholic Drinks in Portugal

Jun-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 102 | Code : MRS-97298 | 1350

After several years of declining sales in both total value and volume terms, 2015 saw alcoholic drinks in Portugal returning to positive growth in both the off-trade and on-trade channels. Sales were boosted by the slight recovery of the economic situation in the country, which led to Portugues Read more

Alcoholic Drinks in Peru

Jun-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 78 | Code : MRS-97297 | 1350

The alcoholic drinks market in Peru suffered a major challenge in 2013, when tax increases raised prices. Consequently there was a contraction in demand as most companies decided to transfer the added costs on to consumers. 2014 saw an improvement, pushed by aggressive marketing campaigns, the Read more

Alcoholic Drinks in Malaysia

Jun-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 92 | Code : MRS-97296 | 1350

The total volume growth rate of alcoholic drinks dropped from 4% in 2014 to 3% in 2015. The slowdown in 2015 was due to poor spending confidence caused by lowered disposable incomes from government subsidy cuts, the implementation of a 6% goods and services tax in April 2015 and the weakened ri Read more

Alcoholic Drinks in Lithuania

May-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 77 | Code : MRS-97295 | 1350

The declining population in Lithuania, together with one of the highest consumption levels of alcohol per capita in the world, which is not expected to change, resulted in negative volume growth for alcoholic drinks in 2015. In order to combat alcohol abuse in the country the government passed Read more

Alcoholic Drinks in Latvia

Jun-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 78 | Code : MRS-97294 | 1350

Improving purchasing power contributed to the premiumisation trend observed across various alcoholic beverages in 2015. This resulted in a positive value performance, which outperformed the review period CAGR despite the new tax increase. However, the current economic environment did not allow Read more

Alcoholic Drinks in Kazakhstan

May-2016 | Euromonitor International | Pages : 60 | Code : MRS-97293 | 1350

In the second part of 2015, there were several cases of local currency devaluation, which had a negative effect on the purchasing powers of consumers in Kazakhstan. In addition, the rise in excise duty on spirits further restricted consumers’ purchasing powers. The prices of alcoholic drinks in Read more

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