Indonesia is more often in the news because of volcanic eruptions, tsunamis or other disasters, than for a more positive coverage. It is all the more unfair since the country, one of the most attractive in the world for tourists, has been experiencing sustained economic growth for decades and,…
Having described France as a time-bomb at the heart of Europe and a country frivolously denying reality, The Economist designated France as the country of the year in 2017. Perhaps Emmanuel Macron’s election has already changed the global outlook on the country.
In 2018, the Indian economy will be in fifth place worldwide, ahead of France and the UK. This dynamic, opening new balances of power, is part of a favourable trend for Asian countries that will be in the ranking of the ten largest economies in the next 15 years.
For many Brazilians, it’s the “Time for Truth”. Years of political scandals, government corruption and the omnipresent “false news” have become too numerous - people now trust only themselves to discover reality. Brands, advertising, companies are not spared by this new age of suspicion.
Italy internalises turbulence, Italy’s families are in an increasingly precarious situation, Italy is dominated by a cautious attitude... Discover the 10 points of Flair Italy 2017.
Today Ipsos Peru launches the local version of Ipsos Flair, dedicated to Peru and Peruvians. The publication explores the individual facets of the individual, whether as consumer, citizen, spectator or employee, with the aim of overturning stereotypes and thinking in a profound and innovative way.
Welcome to Ipsos Flair, Thailand. Our 2017 rendition, “Beyond the concerns”, offers a unique perspective on the mood of the country. 2017 represents a crucial year for the Thai economy which has latterly suffered from weak growth.
“Reviving” is the word of the year in Colombia and in all the Colombians hopes and dreams. It is our very ambitious bet, thinking about Colombia as a case study in the modern history, where – unfortunately – a lot of countries moved from peace to war, as in Syria, Iraq, Somalia, Ukraine…
Currently, Brazil’s situation is hectic. And, this is not the first time that the country faces a difficult situation like this. Some could say this country is definitely condemned to live like in a rollercoaster. But, this time, it may be different. And it is our bet: the current political,…
“Discontent”, “disappointment”, “mistrust”, “pessimism”, “crime”, “poverty”, “corruption”, “insufficient economic growth”… The list goes on and on.