New Topical SEE Markets Research Reports by SeeNews Now Available at

04 Nov 2011 • by Natalie Aster
New Topical SEE Markets Research Reports by SeeNews Now Available at

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new comprehensive SeeNews reports on Southeast European (SEE) markets have been added to its catalogue.

SEE Pharmaceutical Market Healthy in 2010. Last year the SEE pharmaceutical market continued to gain momentum in spite of the economic instability caused by the global recession. Pharmaceutical sales in the region are still dominated by generic drugs, especially in terms of volume, due to low per capita income and underinvestment in R&D activities focused on new medicines. The report features key market data, including value of the pharmaceutical market in some SEE countries, M&A; wholesalers. SEE top pharmaceutical companies are also covered …

Mix of Nuclear/Renewables to Help SEE Meet Energy Demand, Goals. Any debate over the wind-down of nuclear reactors currently in operation in SEE, which account for nearly 15% of the region’s electricity supply, is presently taken off the agenda notwithstanding the recent disaster at Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant (NPP). Moreover, SEE countries such as Bulgaria, Romania and Slovenia plan to expand their nuclear capacity in perspective. More up-to-date information on the issue is addressed in the study …

SEE Oil Output Flat, Consumption Down. Last year the oil sector in SEE was dominated by crude oil imports of 20.98 million tonnes, exceeding oil produced at the domestic market which accounted for 6.33 million tonnes. Five countries in the region have proven oil stocks, with only two of them – Romania and Albania – having considerable reserves. The report focuses on the in-depth analysis of the SEE oil sector, covering oil production, foreign-owned retail fuel chain, fuel prices in the region, SEE leading 20 oil & gas companies …

More new research reports by the publisher can be found at SeeNews page.



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