Heat Pump Markets in Different Countries Covered in New Research Reports on Machinery & Equipment Published by MarketPublishers.com08 Sep 2010 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Market Publishers Ltd informs that in-demand market reports on heat pump markets in different countries are available in its catalogue in Machinery & Equipment section.
These reports give comprehensive background information of the heat pump market development on a global scale, the domestic drivers producing the current actual situation in Germany, Italy, France, Spain, the UK, Bulgaria, Denmark, and, finally, the outlook of the prospective trends of the heat pump markets in these countries. The background information is drawn up on the basis of the country’s general overview and the macroeconomic indicators such as demographic rates (the total number of population, its rates by age group, by sex, urban/rural criteria, the number of households) and geographical peculiarities, GDP and inflation, unemployment rate, business environment indicators, etc.
These market analyses help decision-makers to achieve satisfactory results. It provides sufficient information on the heat pump market structure: the detailed overview of heat pump manufactures together with their distributor network. To produce a clear picture of the current situation the import / export rates and the production rates in every country are thoroughly analyzed from the perspective of future development and investment requirements.
The forecasts are detailed and give a clear vision of the market trends in the near future. These are a valuable source of factual information based on statistical data that is gathered and processed specifically for the needs of the heat pump market operator. These reports give an expert forecast and the outlook of production, import and export till 2015.
The list of research reports on heat pump markets includes:
New reports on Machinery & Equipment can be found at https://marketpublishers.com/catalog/machinery_equipment.html
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