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The wound care devices and biologics segment within the advanced wound care market are set for rapid growth over the next ten years. The growth in the market will be driven primarily by the increasing prevalence of diabetes and obesity, coupled with the aging population, which will increase the incidence of chronic wounds. The adoption… » read more

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Through continued acquisitions, the Kerry Group is now one of the largest food ingredients businesses in the world. It offers its customers a full range of ingredients for a wide range of end-use applications, making it unique in that respect. This report discusses Kerry’s Ingredients & Flavours division and its recent financial performance, as well… » read more

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World demand to rise 8.3% annually through 2015 Worldwide demand for geosynthetics is projected to increase 8.3 percent annually to 4.5 billion square meters in 2015. This growth rate is an acceleration from the gains of the 2005-2010 period, reflecting in part the reduced 2010 bases of the developed countries. Advances are being driven by… » read more

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Arthritis is one of the most common human ailments worldwide. Arthritis is a complex family of musculoskeletal disorders with many causes that are not fully understood. The most crippling of the arthritis family is rheumatoid arthritis, which is an autoimmune disease. Successful treatment of arthritis has resulted from a growing array of therapies available to… » read more

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E-waste (electronic and electrical waste) recycling and reuse (R&R) services include a wide plethora of business types, such as collectors, de-manufacturers, material processors, asset managers, recyclers and refurbishers. Companies involved in the e-waste R&R industry purchase, refurbish, recycle and sell used (working or non-working), obsolete or surplus electronic and electrical (E&E) items – including everything… » read more

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Global demand for industrial valves is forecast to increase 5.4 percent per year through 2015 to $94 billion. Gains will be driven by continuing robust gains in the Asia/Pacific region as well as strong recovery in the US and West European markets from weak 2010 bases. The advanced nations of North America, Western Europe and… » read more

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McDonald’s Plan to Win continues to net positive results, emphasising variety and value across all price tiers, a modernised dining experience and increased convenience through delivery, better service and extended hours. With the help of these factors, McDonald’s was able to gain market share throughout the recession. Interim 2011 financial results have so far been… » read more

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Kao is the second largest Japanese company ranked within the global top 10 in 2010. The company’s over-reliance on its domestic market continued to prevent any revenue growth and caused its share in beauty and personal care to decline every year since 2006. This report evaluates Kao’s business strategy and assesses its growth opportunities going… » read more

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The global leading company in consumer health and baby care, Johnson & Johnson is also the world’s fourth largest manufacturer of retail hygiene products. This profile analyses the compatibility of the company’s activity in categories such as sanitary protection and wipes with its broader health-focused operations, and considers opportunities for integrated future development. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=215135&rt=Johnson-Johnson-in-Tissue-and-Hygiene-World.html Johnson… » read more

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Despite proclaiming its intention to reduce its dependence on Western Europe, French botanics producer Yves Rocher has failed to develop significant share in emerging markets. This is partly a reflection of its lack of scale – it lacks the capital to spend aggressively on market development – as well as a slightly confused retail model.… » read more

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