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Heating appliances is a consumer appliances category that is firmly dependent on the weather conditions. Having faced a hard cold season in 2009-2010, Romanians’ propensity to buy heaters and radiators dropped for the rest of 2010. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=219230&rt=Heating-Appliances-in-Romania.html Heating Appliances in Romania report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at… » read more

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Heating appliances had stable numbers in volume sales in 2010 after recording a declining growth rate for several years in a row. Due to strict regulations regarding the heating of dwellings in Austria, an overwhelming proportion of houses and flats are equipped with central heating and highly effective insulation. Therefore, consumer heating appliances are usually… » read more

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Indonesia’s rattan furniture industry continues to develop as it benefits from an abundance of raw materials. The country accounts for about two-thirds of global rattan supply. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=217578&rt=Indonesia-Vietnam-Sourcing-Report-Furniture.html The outdoor furniture sector in Indonesia is on the upswing after suffering losses over the past two years. Increasing demand from new export markets, which have taken notice… » read more

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This Key Note Market Report covers the UK market for household appliances (brown goods). In the year 2010, the retail value of the total brown goods market reached an estimated £6.09bn, representing a 4% increase on its retail value in 2006. The UK brown goods market as defined in this report comprises six primary sectors:… » read more

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With the slight recovery in the wider economy consumers are again becoming more optimistic about the future. The growth of new households, alongside the increase in the penetration of washing machines, has enabled manufacturers to increase prices marginally in order to cover the losses of previous years when prices were kept as low as possible.… » read more

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As the Dominican Republic’s population is highly represented by lower-income consumers, the major laundry care players have invested strongly in developing powder detergents for multi-purpose usage. They are producing products for machine and hand wash purposes in order to provide value propositions to the country’s different consumer income groups. In 2010, powder hand wash detergents… » read more

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With global warming, summers are becoming longer, which allows insects to expand their reproduction time; this in turn is contributing positively to the growth of the insecticides category. As far as the camping season in Georgia also extends, the time of using the insecticides in order not to be affected by insects prolonged. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=215134&rt=Insecticides-in-Georgia.html Insecticides… » read more

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The rainy season in the Dominican Republic runs from May-November. The inefficient public drainage system means that water accumulates in the streets, providing fertile conditions for flying insects, which regularly carry disease. Local consumers increase their purchases and consumption of insecticides products this period in order to repel flying and crawling insects and reduce the… » read more

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Market expansion of insecticides can be attributed, in large part, to improved economic conditions among lower income demographics. The emerging middle class or, Class C, is responsible for most sales of insecticides. According to ABRAS (Brazilian Supermarkets Association) this demographic is currently responsible for 39.5% of insecticides sales. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=215132&rt=Insecticides-in-Brazil.html Insecticides in Brazil market report offers… » read more

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The volume of information available regarding ethical and environmental issues has manifested in a growing number of global consumers not only acknowledging the urgency of such problems, but accepting personal responsibility to address them. In turn, industry players have acknowledged that environmentalism is now a key battleground in the fight to win the hearts and… » read more

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