Influenza Vaccines Market to Reach Value of USD 5 Bn by 2021, Predicts iGATE Research in Its New Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com
28 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Influenza is recognized as a highly communicable disease, which usually has the most severe impact on children and aged people. Influenza viruses rank one of the key causes of morbidity and mortality from pole to pole.
The world’s influenza vaccines market is expected to continue expanding in the short run, and by 2021 the value of this market is predicted to touch USD 5 billion. Positive market growth will likely be driven by vast patient base, very poor vaccination coverage in developing markets, increasing government initiative to support immunization as well as enhancing awareness of the influenza vaccine value, amid others.
Regionally, North America commands the biggest share (nearly 50%) of the world’s influenza vaccines market. Asia ranks the second largest market for influenza vaccines.
Among countries, the largest share of the overall influenza vaccines is captured by the US. It is followed by Japan, China and India.
The second edition report covering influenza vaccines market prepared by iGATE Research titled “Global Influenza Vaccines Market and Forecast to 2021 - Size, Share, Growth and Trends Analysis” has been recently uploaded at MarketPublishers.com.
This study comprises an in-depth analysis of the influenza vaccines market at different geographical levels, gives access to updated statistics, investigates the competitive landscape and discusses top current and emerging trends. It examines the main factors driving and limiting the influenza vaccines market growth, identifies lucrative growth opportunities, uncovers details on top players, reviews the major recent deals, explores influenza vaccines brand sales dynamics, investigates the situation across the key geographical markets and presents forecasts for influenza vaccines market through 2021.
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