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Mega Trends Foster Investment, Innovation and Expansion in Latin America, Finds Frost & Sullivan
Date:5/28/2013

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, May 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Latin America is well on its way to becoming an economic force to reckon with by 2025, spurred by transformative and global forces termed "Mega Trends." Rising disposable incomes and a Gen Y population of more than 200 million not only makes this region one of the most attractive investment destinations in the world, but also a source of capital for companies globally.

New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (http://www.frost.com), Mega Trends in Latin America, identified over 10 key mega trends that will accelerate Latin America's growth rate to 6.5 percent per year by 2025. Fuelled by growth in middle class (461 million), urbanization (567 million people living in urban areas), increased infrastructure spending ($1.5 trillion) and improved connectivity (1.3 billion connected devices), Latin America is likely to become one of the most important markets globally, with a gross domestic product of $15.14 trillion by 2025.

"Increasing urbanization is expected to bring about spatial changes to cities, and create five Mega-cities, four Mega-regions and two Mega-corridors in 2025," said Frost & Sullivan Research Manager Lorena Isla . "Urbanization will also generate many investment opportunities in smart infrastructure and new market opportunities for innovative products targeting urban households."

The rising inclusion of women will bring this consumer segment into focus due to their higher spending power. Women are expected to represent more than 46 percent of the total working population, holding around 34 percent of total decision making positions by 2025. The empowerment of this demographic will stimulate demand for personal products and services, and luxury goods as well.

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