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World Consumer Income and Expenditure Patterns, 2013

World Consumer Income and Expenditure Patterns, 2013

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Discover how income and spending trends vary from country to country World Consumer Income and Expenditure Patterns is a valuable reference book if you wish to know how much people earn and how they spend their money. Hard-to-research statistics from many sources are presented in easy to read tables (1990-2011). The book highlights per capita spending on food, leisure and housing, plus per household and per capita income and earnings. Buy this book and you have a powerful reference for building a profile of your target customer's spending power. World Consumer Income and Expenditure Patterns includes: - Hard-to-research income statistics from household surveys and national accounts - Comparable spending statistics for 75 types of household goods and services in 71 countries - Data spanning 19 years to compare historic vs recent trends (1990, 1995, 2003-2011) - Key socio-economic indicators to help put income and spending statistics into context Income statistics researched: - Annual household income; Annual per capita income; Annual gross income by source; Annual gross earnings; Tax and social security contributions; Gini coefficient (a common measure of income distribution); Annual disposable income by sex; Household disposable income by decile; Household annual disposable income brackets; Consumer expenditure; Consumer expenditure by commodity; Consumer expenditure by purpose Consumer spending data researched: - Food and non-alcoholic beverages; Alcoholic beverages and tobacco; Clothing and footwear; Housing; Household goods and services; Health goods and medical services; Transport; Communications; Leisure and recreation; Education; Hotels and catering Discover: - The average income per capita of a Chinese consumer - Which country has the highest number of High Net Worth individuals - How much the Italians spend on clothing and footwear - The average income per capita of a Chinese consumer