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Southeast Asia's main 5 hygiene products industry profile


Southeast Asia's main 5 hygiene products industry profile
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In Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia refers to the South of China, and India all States East of and including Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand, Timor-Leste and Viet Nam a total of 11 countries. The region has a population of 640 million, including newborns every year, 10 million people, women had a population of 300 million people, the older population is 40 million people. Total population in the region for the United States twice, its population ratio at birth and the United States is basically the same, but the proportion of the elderly population far below the United States.

Southeast Asian economy and urbanization

Southeast Asia's GDP totaled $ 2.5 trillion, 13% per cent of Asia's total and is growing to an average annual growth rate of 4.5%. The region's per capita GDP of us $ 10,300, while China's per capita GDP of us $ 12,900. In 2014, 110% per cent of the total foreign investment of China in Southeast Asia, has reached $ 128 billion. Indonesia, and Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia and Viet Nam this 5 countries accounted for 90% of the total GDP and population in the area. Southeast Asia's most populous country is Indonesia, more than 250 million people, followed by the Philippines and Viet Nam, about 100 million people, followed by Thailand, 68 million people, the least populated countries are Malaysia, only 31 million people. In terms of urbanization, States significant differences. Malaysia 75% population living in cities, the level of urbanization and Western countries (for example, United States urban population 81%). Viet Nam a higher proportion of the rural population, only has a population of 34% living in the city. Thailand, and Indonesia and the Philippines, the city population was about 50%, of which only 44% of the Philippines.

The fertility rate in South-East Asia

Southeast Asian countries fertility is very different. The highest fertility rates in the Philippines, more than 3 children per woman, followed by Malaysia, 2.55 in Indonesia, 2.15 in Viet Nam 1.83. In Thailand, average of 1.5 children per woman is even below China's fertility rate (1.6), this is mainly due to the 80 's of last century's birth control policy to be fully implemented, but also led to a Thailand a higher proportion of the population over 65 years old.

GDP and purchasing power

A country's per capita GDP is closely related to purchase probability of the absorbent hygiene products. Usually, when the per capita GDP reached US $ 1,000, before people are willing to buy hygiene supplies, and typically start from feminine hygiene products. When the per capita GDP reached US $ 3,500, consumers tend to start buying baby diapers, more than 7,000 dollars, buy baby wipes, reach $ 10,000 and above, adult incontinence products market started. Our analysis of the 5 major countries, divided into three categories economy: first, Indonesia, and Thailand and Malaysia, annual per capita GDP of more than US $ 10,000; the second category: the Philippines, annual per capita GDP of US $ 7,000; third category: Viet Nam, per capita GDP is only $ 5,600

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