Germany in 2030: The Future Demographic

  • Report Id: EI-163384
  • Category: Company Reports
  • Published Date: Jul 2019
  • Pages: 17
Final Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry Strong immigration will boost population growth in Germany in the coming years, before it starts to shrink from 2028. Ageing continues to shape the country’s demographics, as the elderly population aged 60+ will expand the fastest, while birth and fertility rates continue to decline. Germans tend live longer, but health risks, including obesity, are also on the rise. Urbanisation still occurs, with large cities seeing the strongest rises in the number of inhabitants.

Euromonitor International's Future Demographic reports provide in-depth data and analysis of population changes in 85 countries, 7 regions and a world overview. The reports offer long-term demographic forecasts to 2030, and include breakdowns of population by age and sex, vital statistics and major cities. The series provides insight into demographic trends which will shape consumer segmentation and markets in the future

Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.

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Germany in 2030: The Future Demographic
Euromonitor International
March 2019
Germany in 2030