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This issue of ConsumerCurrents discusses how consumer companies are addressing challenges and opportunities resulting from the tectonic shifts in technology, global demographics and the economy. Topics include pricing strategy, customer loyalty, online business models, counterfeit goods and the rise of ASEAN.
Many Japanese multinational companies have set up Regional Headquarters (RHQs) in Singapore, attracted by the country’s robust infrastructure, strong financial and legal systems and accessibility to markets in the ASEAN region and further afield. Our survey findings suggest that this trend is likely to continue. But they must first overcome two hurdles.
Following more than five years of strong growth, the outlook for Indonesia’s automotive industry has more recently been tempered as key economic indicators were revised during 2013. Nevertheless, as one of the largest potential markets in Asia, with a very favorable demographic profile, this market continues to attract attention of industry players