New Cutting-Edge Q3 2012 BMI Studies on Various Industries Published at MarketPublishers.com

05 Jul 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new cutting-edge Q3 2012 Business Monitor International (BMI) reports on various industries in different countries have been added to its catalogue.

Hong Kong Shipping Report Q3 2012. The slowing growth of the shipping industry in Hong Kong  is due to the global macroeconomic climate, with the port exposed due to its role as a major transshipment hub in Asia. Container throughput and total tonnage throughput growth has flattened so far in 2012, with box volumes increasing by just 1% for the first four months of the year and tonnage not increasing at all for the first two months of 2012. Detailed review of the Hong Kong shipping activities and developments through Q3 2012 is presented in the report …

United Kingdom Petrochemicals Report Q3 2012. The report assesses the impact of the eurozone crisis and the domestic economic slowdown on the British chemicals and petrochemicals industries. It examines whether producers will be able to defend margins and maintain competitiveness in the face of surplus European capacity and increased competition from Asia and the Middle East. Furthermore, the study analyses the growth and risk management strategies being employed by the leading players in the sector, as they respond to capacity cuts in refining and volatility in naphtha feedstock supply …

South West Africa Agribusiness Report Q3 2012. Overall, there is relatively little change in the grain sector for the region, as the key importers and exporters will remain that way over the coming seasons. Food security here is largely stable, aside from pockets of poor or rural households that will suffer from localised shortages, mainly coming from bad weather. In terms of the sugar sector, Zambia offers the best opportunities. More detailed information on the West Africa agribusiness in Q3 2012 is reviewed in the study …

Croatia Shipping Report Q3 2012. Tough on the short term, but box traffic will hold up Croatia's new coalition government is sticking to its promise of fiscal austerity, and the intensifying economic headwinds from the European Union - which the country aims to join in 2013 - remain another serious obstacle to short term growth. This has led us to reaffirm our forecast of a 1.5% GDP contraction in 2012. The report discusses the overall information and precise data on the shipping industry in Croatia …

France Autos Report Q3 2012. The outlook for the French autos industry has changed for the worse, thanks to a sharp 23.5% year-on-year decline in new car sales to 197,033 units during Q112. In terms of production, a 1.5% y-o-y contraction is forecast, mainly owing to the domestic demand conditions. Both PSA and Renault have seen their vehicle sales and market shares decline during Q112 and this trend is expected to prompt the carmakers to limit their production. The report offers further review and analysis of the French automobile industry and market …

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

 

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