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HTML clipboardOnline Banking in Singapore 2010 report ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=141522&rt=Online-Banking-in-Singapore-2010.html ) which gives Singaporean online banking market is among the most advanced in the world, with a high proportion of the population using the online channel. However, there remains several issues for online banking providers. Singaporeans show a high level of security concern and are hesitant… » read more

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HTML clipboardWorld Roofing to 2014 report ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=144994&rt=World-Roofing-to-2014.html ) which provides Global demand to increase 3.1% annually through 2014, global demand for roofing materials is projected to grow 3.1 percent annually through 2014 to 11.1 billion square meters, a noticeable improvement from the market gains registered during the recession-impacted 2004-2009 period. Product sales will expand… » read more

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HTML clipboardHTML clipboardKids Nutrition: New Perspectives and Opportunities report ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=141555&rt=Kids-Nutrition-New-Perspectives-and-Opportunities.html ) which assess calculates that over a third of children are obese or overweight in Europe and the Americas, making these regions the worst in the world for kids” obesity levels. While kids” obesity levels are less severe in Asia Pacific and the MEA,… » read more

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HTML clipboard Education Enterprise Insights report (http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=135951&rt=Education-Enterprise-Insights.html ) which provides an analysis of recent trends in the education industry and their implications for technology vendors. Scope *An analysis of key events in the education industry. *An analysis of recent Ovum primary research. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=135951&rt=Education-Enterprise-Insights.html ) *An overview of recent and forthcoming Ovum research. Highlights Downward… » read more

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HTML clipboardJapanese Nonwovens Producers Look to the Chinese Market to Add Value The largest spunbonded nonwovens operations in Asia are the subsidiary companies of Japanese firms operating in China. Such firms have invested in China in order to produce commodity products profitably by taking advantage of China’s lower labour and production costs. But Japanese nonwovens… » read more

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HTML clipboardBreast Cancer Drugs: World Market Prospects 2010-2025 How will expanding patient populations, improved diagnosis and new treatments benefit this market? The breast cancer treatments market generated pharmaceutical revenues of over $11bn worldwide in 2009. The incidence and prevalence of breast cancer have been rising worldwide, in line with ageing populations, lifestyle/environmental factors and improvements… » read more

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HTML clipboardProfile of SGL Carbon Fibers and Composites SGL Group is a specialist in carbon fibres and composites based in Germany with sales in 2009 of Euro1,226 mn (US$1,708 mn). The company’s operations are grouped into three business areas, namely Performance Products (PP), Graphite Materials & Systems (GMS), and Carbon Fibers and Composites (CFC). The… » read more

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HTML clipboardInsulation to 2012 report ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=144406&rt=Insulation-to-2012.html ) which gives Demand for insulation in the US is projected to increase 6.3 percent annually from a weak 2009 base to 8.7 billion pounds in 2014. Consumption of insulation is heavily dependent on residential markets, particularly new housing construction. The sharp decline in new housing construction from… » read more

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HTML clipboardElectric Vehicles in East Asia 2011-2021 The largest market and production location for electric vehicles 56% of the value of sales of electric vehicles is and will remain in East Asia and cars only account for about half of the value of the electric vehicle business worldwide. It is therefore important to look at… » read more

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