In-demand BMI RESEARCH Reports Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com05 Jan 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON - TD The Market Publishers, Ltd. would like to announce that new comprehensive research reports prepared by BMI RESEARCH have been added to its catalogue.
Thailand Retail Report Q1 2016. Supported by exports together with the tourism industry, the Thai economy is expected to follow an upward trend and to grow by 4% in 2016-2017. Tourism is likely to play an important role not only in the country's retail sector, but it will also boost the development of the domestic economy. Increase in income levels in Thailand have spurred household spending during 2015, therefore, more Thais are reaching middle income status. As a result, purchases of non-essential goods are anticipated to increase in the country along with rising preference for international brands. This topical research report draws up a detailed picture of the current status of the retail sector in Thailand as well as offers an all-encompassing overview of the future possible opportunities, trends and possibilities in the Thai retail market up to 2019.
Oman Information Technology Report 2016. The Oman information technology (IT) market is anticipated to recover in the upcoming years and grow at a 5.1% CAGR from 2016 till 2019. Growth in the Omani IT market is expected to be driven by such factors as rapid increase in population numbers and ongoing development and modernization of IT industry. The research report delves deep into the IT market in Oman and offers a 360-degree overview of the market performance. It contains information on the recent developments and industry trends. Moreover, the research study offers a set of forecasts, analyses the competitive landscape and profiles the leading Oman IT market participants.
Netherlands Power Report Q1 2016. The Netherlands has been always recognised as a country with a prosperous and robust local power market. The country’s power industry works toward prospective carbon reduction targets, thus, a further shift towards non-hydropower renewables (especially wind power) is likely to be witnessed in the years to come. The research report includes an unrivalled analysis of the power market performance in the Netherlands, presents a detailed overview of the key regulative policies and examines the market structure. It scrutinises the market restraints and challenges as well as highlights the market growth drivers and prospects. The research study explores the recent power projects in the Netherlands and offers forecasts for the domestic market through 2024.
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