The report examines how a region’s population will change between 2010 and 2030 in terms of age, household structure, and education and labour force profiles. In terms of the population it also shows how the different lifecycle stages (e.g. young single; married with at least one child under 10 yrs; etc) will change in size and importance over time. The final sections of the report examine the trend in average household income and the distribution of households by income. In the case of countries which have significant split between urban and rural population (typically urbanisation level under 80%), separate household income information will be list for urban, rural as well as total Households. The analysis shows how the size of 5 key income groups will change overtime given a particular GDP growth assumption. Finally the report looks at the pattern of household expenditure that is expected to emerge given changes in income, household structure, and age profile.This report is underpinned by an extensive historical database from 1990 to 2008, and a proprietary forecasting model which uses historical relationships to forecast to 2029.