New & Updated Market Studies by BMI Reduced in Price & Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

12 Jul 2012 • by Natalie Aster
New & Updated Market Studies by BMI Reduced in Price & Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new and updated Business Monitor International (BMI) reports have been added to its catalogue and reduced in price.

Serbia Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q3 2012. The Serbian economy contracted by an estimated 1.3% in Q112 and public debt breached the constitutional ceiling of 45%. Although the economy is likely to perform better later in the year, we hold to our forecast that real GDP will grow by just 0.4% in 2012. The short-term outlook for the Serbian pharmaceutical market will continue to be clouded by corruption, debts accrued by the country’s health insurance agency and also the liquidity of the country’s wholesalers …

Uganda Food and Drink Report Q3 2012. Uganda's organised food and drink (F&D) industry is accelerating off a very low base, with per capita food consumption still below US$250, per capita beer consumption below 10 litres and organised grocery retail's proportional contribution to overall sales below 5%. In stark contrast to the demographic 'time bomb' being faced by most developed countries, Uganda's population is one of the most youthful and fastest growing in the world …

Saudi Arabia Insurance Report Q3 2012. The Saudi Arabia insurance report considers the prospects for both life and non-life insurers in the country. As of mid-2012, the latest results from Saudi Arabia’s listed insurance companies (in relation to 2011) highlight the weaknesses rather than the strength of the sector. Although insurance is very underdeveloped by most metrics, top-line growth in premiums has been mixed …

Venezuela Information Technology Report Q3 2012. Venezuela is one of the smaller markets in its region, but a PC penetration rate of less than 12% indicates the underlying potential for growth. There are still areas of opportunity with continued investment by small and medium-sized enterprises, due in part to a government tax subsidy, and spending by the energy, retail and financial services sectors …

Yemen Infrastructure Report Q3 2012. Yemen’s construction and infrastructure sector continues to struggle with the sector forecast to contract further in 2012. The industry value is set to shrink with year on year (y-o-y) growth of -4.5% this year. This will see the industry value stand at US$1.4bn in 2012. Growth is set to return over the forecast period with industry value expected to rise to US$2.4bn by 2016 …

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