New Topical 2012 BMI Market Research Reports Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com

04 Jan 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new topical market research reports by Business Monitor International (BMI) have been added to its catalogue.

Slovenia Defence and Security Report Q1 2012. The total 2010 Slovenian defence budget stood at EUR557mn (US$738mn). This indicates a 9% drop compared with 2009’s EUR612mn budget, as the Slovenian government took action to limit expenditure in wake of the global economic crisis. Slovenia will miss the NATO 2014 defence spending as a percentage of GDP target of 2%. Nevertheless, these small increases are set to increase Slovenia’s percentage from 1.6% in 2011 to 1.69% in 2015. More details on the Slovenian defence industry can be found in the study …

Oman Freight Transport Report 2012. Oman continues to develop itself into a regional powerhouse for the shipping and transhipment of dry bulk goods such as iron ore. All the new projects being underway here are aided by Oman's position on the Arabian Sea, outside the Persian Gulf, enabling it to offer shorter shipping lines than ports within the congested body of water. The study offers an insightful overview of the freight industry in Oman, gives a detailed market metrics analysis and provides a complete discussion of the total Oman market landscape …

Czech Republic Insurance Report 2012. The report is a complete and comprehensive guide to the insurance sector of the Czech Republic. It offers an all-covering review of its subsegments, details the major market statistics, offers information on market participants and overall competitive situation. The study also covers an in-depth SWOT analysis of the insurance industry and the total Czech country economy …

Belarus Defence and Security Report 2012. The Belarusian government is awaited to spend around US$692mn in 2012. This is down significantly by 22% on 2010’s figure of US$886mn, as the Belarusian government cuts defence spending in response to economic pressures. The Belarusian economy is experiencing quite significant problems due to broader global economic problems and growing political tension with Moscow. The report offers a close-up review of the situation within this industry, its SWOT analysis and total economic landscape discussion …

Azerbaijan Oil and Gas Report Q1 2012. Project slippage remains the key threat to an Azeri energy sector capable of delivering much greater volumes and revenues. Gas export issues involving pipeline routes and other quasi-political decisions are critical to field development and increased shipments. Meanwhile, liquids volumes have been falling short of expectations, and there are doubts over the scale and timing of medium-term output growth. Further details of the industry and a complete SWOT review is offered by the report …

More new market reports by the publisher can be found at Business Monitor International page.

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