The performance of multinational corporations in emerging markets is increasingly challenged by macroeconomic, market-based, and competitive factors. MNCs must focus more on improving competitiveness with rapid productivity gains. To succeed, many will need to undertake a fundamental transformation of their local operations—one country at a time. > More
China has become a two-speed consumer market. The optimistic, “high-speed” market disproportionately consists of middle- to upper-middle-class and affluent households that are powering consumer spending.
Indonesia’s economic expansion is creating a strong market for FMCGs. To capture the opportunity, manufacturers must understand the country’s most influential demographic segments: their shopping habits, brand relationships, and preferred channels.