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Market Research Report

Consumer Lifestyles in Hong Kong, China

Published by Euromonitor International Product code 244498
Published Content info 39 Pages
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Consumer Lifestyles in Hong Kong, China
Published: October 23, 2015 Content info: 39 Pages

Disposable income and spending have increased but some consumers have been left behind, including the elderly and many younger consumers. Hong Kong's high property prices have put home ownership out of reach of many consumers and this has dampened demand for a wide range of home-related products and services. On the other hand, there has greater demand for innovative furnishings that fit small spaces. Consumers are finally embracing mobile online shopping and continued growth is expected.

Euromonitor's Consumer Lifestyles in Hong Kong, China report analyses factors influencing national consumer expenditure. Consumer lifestyles reports include coverage of: population, urban development, home ownership, household profiles, labour, income, consumer and family expenditure, health, education, eating habits, drinking habits, shopping habits, personal grooming, clothing, leisure habits, savings and investments, media, communication, transport and travel and tourism. Use this report to understand the factors influencing a nation's lifestyle choices.

Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.

Why buy this report?

  • Get a detailed picture of the Consumer Lifestyles market;
  • Pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change;
  • Understand the competitive environment, the market's major players and leading brands;
  • Use five-year forecasts to assess how the market is predicted to develop.
Table of Contents
Product Code: CLHK

Table of Contents

  • Lifestyles in Hong Kong
    • Chart 1. Lifestyles in Hong Kong
  • Top Five Consumer Trends
    • Consumer Confidence/spending Rises But Many Segments Still Struggling
    • Even Tiny Homes Out of Reach for Young Consumers
    • Consumers Increasingly Adopt Mobile Shopping
    • Cash-strapped Pensioners Moving To the Mainland for Affordable Living
    • Increased Demand for Organic Food
  • Consumer Segmentation
    • Babies and Infants
    • Chart 2. Babies and Infants in Focus 2000-2020
  • Kids
    • Chart 3. Kids in Focus 2000-2020
  • Tweenagers
    • Chart 4. Tweens in Focus 2000-2020
  • Teens
    • Chart 5. Teens in Focus 2000-2020
  • Young Adults
    • Chart 6. Young Adults in Focus 2000-2020
  • Middle Youth
    • Chart 7. Middle Youth in Focus 2000-2020
  • Mid-lifers
    • Chart 8. Mid-Lifers in Focus 2000-2020
  • Late-lifers
    • Chart 9. Late-Lifers in Focus 2000-2020
  • Housing and Households
    • Home Ownership
      • Chart 10. Home Ownership 2000-2020
    • Household Profiles
      • Chart 11. Household Profiles 2000-2020
    • Running Costs
      • Chart 12. Household Running Costs 2000-2020
  • Money and Savings
    • Attitudes Toward Payment Methods
    • Savings
    • Loans and Mortgages
      • Chart 13. Borrowing and Saving 2000-2019
  • Eating and Drinking
    • Eating Habits
      • Chart 14. Food Expenditure Profile 2000-2020
    • Drinking Habits
      • Chart 15. Drinks Expenditure Profile 2000-2020
  • Grooming and Fashion
    • Female Grooming and Fashion Trends
    • Male Grooming and Fashion Trends
      • Chart 16. Grooming and Fashion Expenditure 2000-2020
  • Health and Wellness
    • Attitudes To Health and Well-being
      • Chart 17. Health of the Nation 2000-2020
  • Shopping Habits
    • Main Household Shop
    • Shopping for Big-ticket Items and Personal Goods
      • Chart 18. Where Households Shop for Essentials 2000-2019
  • Leisure and Recreation
    • Leisure Time
    • Vacations
    • Public Holidays, Celebrations and Gift-giving
      • Chart 19. Possession of Selected Home-Tech and Mobile Phones 2000-2020
  • Getting Around
    • Private Transport
      • Chart 20. Getting Around on Private Transport 2000-2020
  • Public Transport
  • Commuting
    • Chart 21. Getting Around on Public Transport 2000-2020
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