NEW YORK, June 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Luxury goods have flourished in Asia Pacific for more than a decade, spurred on by booming economies, surging retail investment and an increasingly aspirational middle class. However, the good times have started to stall. China has clamped down on ostentation, Hong Kong is in the throes of civil unrest, and formerly buoyant economies are slowing down. Luxury brands are facing a potential power shift in global demand, from East to West, and the strategic implications are far reaching.
Euromonitor International's Luxury Goods in Asia Pacific: What Happens When the Good Times Stall? global briefing offers an insight into the size and shape of the luxury goods industry, highlights buzz topics, emerging trends as well as pressing industry issues, their effects on luxury goods retailing in markets around the world and on the development of consumers' shopping patterns. Forecasts illustrate how the market is set to change and criteria for success. In short, it identifies the opportunity zones within luxury goods industry
Product coverage: Designer Apparel and Footwear (Ready-to-Wear), Fine Wines/Champagne and Spirits, Luxury Accessories, Luxury Electronic Gadgets, Luxury Jewellery and Timepieces, Luxury Travel Goods, Luxury Writing Instruments and Stationery, Super Premium Beauty and Personal Care.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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