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‘Aldi in Australia: Local Profile’ contains details on Aldi’s local operations, covering its market share (as well as that of its key competitors) and its latest approaches and strategies. It also provides details on historical developments in the country and latest news, events, key employees and key competitors. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=219441&rt=Aldi-in-Australia-Local-Profile.html Summary ‘Aldi in Australia: Local Profile’… » read more

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“Homeland Security Expenditure in Australia to 2015: Market Brief” provides a top-level, category specific view of the market value of homeland security expenditure in Australia http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=217410&rt=Homeland-Security-Expenditure-in-Australia-to-2015-Market-Brief.html Summary “Homeland Security Expenditure in Australia to 2015: Market Brief”, provides a top-level, quantitative view of historic and forecast market value of homeland security in Australia. The information in… » read more

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This report offers insights into market opportunities and entry strategies adopted by foreign OEMs to gain a market share in the Australian defense industry. In particular, it offers in-depth analysis of the following: • Market opportunity and attractiveness: Detailed analysis of the current market size and growth expectations during 2011–2016, including highlights of the key… » read more

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Detailed market research report on the Australia cider industry. Comprising of textual analysis and data tables, this in-depth and exclusive country report from Canadean provides a comprehensive view of the cider industry structure including analysis and profiles on trade mark owners and local operators. Brand volumes and market share are given by price segment, alcoholic… » read more

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Bharatbook added a new report on “Wealth Management in Australia” provides data in PDF format which contains information of HNW and mass affluent services will have grown considerably in 2010. Australia weathered the global financial crisis better than most countries but it was not immune to its effects. With billions of dollars having been erased… » read more

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Flooring – Australia

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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2010 Deep Research Report on Global and China CIGS Thin Film Solar Cell Industry was professional and depth research report on global and China CIGS thin film solar cell industry.this report has introduced almost all global and China CIGS projects, included CIGS project background, CIGS equipment sources, CIGS manufacturing process, CIGS thin film solar cell… » read more

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Bharatbook.com announces inclusion of latest report on “Australia and New Zealand – Car theft and insurance”(http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=169487&rt=Australia-and-New-Zealand-Car-theft-and-insurance.html)Australia and New Zealand ranked 5th and 3rd highest vehicle theft risk countries out of 20 key global markets. Australia and New Zealand represent high theft risk markets. The insurance industries in these markets, however, have started taking steps to… » read more

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Being an alternative to fossils, biofuels can be applied to existing vehicles with little or no engine modification. ( http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=169806&rt=Analyzing-the-Indian-Biofuel-Industry.html ) Although they release CO2 when burned in internal combustion engines, they differ from fossil fuels partly because their use reduces the net emission of carbon dioxide and other gases associated with global climate change… » read more

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In 2006, about 18% of global final energy consumption came from renewables, with 13% coming from traditional biomass, like wood-burning. Hydropower was the next largest renewable source, providing three percent, followed by hot water/heating which contributed 1.3%. Modern technologies, such as geothermal, wind, solar, and ocean energy together provided some 0.8% of final energy consumption.… » read more

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