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Bharatbook.com about market analysis gives an overview of the actual situation, trends and future outlook of the flooring market in the United States. The market analysis provides essential market information for decision-makers including: * Overall market for flooring, 2004-2010 * Market for flooring by type (resilient, non-resilient, carpets and rugs) * Forecasts and future outlook… » read more

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The market analysis provides essential market information for decision-makers including: * Overall market for flooring, 2004-2010 * Market for flooring by type (resilient, non-resilient, carpets and rugs) * Forecasts and future outlook of the market till 2016 * Country overview, macroeconomic indicators and indicators of doing business Table of Contents: Country Overview and Macroeconomic Indicators… » read more

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Flooring – Indonesia

Bharatbook.com about market analysis gives an overview of the actual situation, trends and future outlook of the flooring market in Indonesia. The market analysis provides essential market information for decision-makers including: * Overall market for flooring, 2004-2010 * Market for flooring by type (resilient, non-resilient, carpets and rugs) * Forecasts and future outlook of the… » read more

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World Cement to 2013 report ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=130223&rt=World-Cement.html ) says that the Global demand to rise 4.1% annually through 2013. Global demand for hydraulic cement is forecast to rise 4.1 percent per year to 3.5 billion metric tons in 2013, valued at $246 billion. Gains will be fueled by rising investments in infrastructure among the developing… » read more

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World Cement to 2015: Analysis of Production, Consumption & Trade for Individual Countries: The world cement industry has undergone extensive changes in recent years, with Varying economic growth and construction sector expansion funding very different Patterns of development for individual countries. Trade volumes and patterns have continued to be largely determined by regional supply/demand imbalances,… » read more

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The world cement industry is a complex structure of local, national, regional and global markets and cement/clinker movements. The structure is ever changing, being closely tied to changes in a range of variables – including macro-economic growth, housing sector booms, public spending levels, trade protectionism, and transportation costs. With a relatively small number of multinational… » read more

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