Business Market Research Reports on Commercial Industry

A business in general is acknowledged as an enterprise or a firm or organization involved in the trade of goods, services or both to consumers or to other businesses. Business relates mainly to commercial, financial and industrial activities. From a small roadside vendor to major corporate giants the functioning of trade and commerce is the basis of any business. 

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Poland Infrastructure Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Infrastructure
BMI has upgraded its outlook for 2014 as market data shows a stronger recovery, in particular from the residential and transport sectors. A new tranche of EU funding and a number of approved road and rail projects add further upside to our forecast. As such, we expect annual average growth of 5.5% b...
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Romania Infrastructure Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Infrastructure
BMI downgraded its outlook for the infrastructure sector in Q2 2015 report as Romanian construction sector fell back into recession in 2014 primarily due to the lack of new projects that would drive growth. A number of mismanaged and cancelled projects dampened the construction sector's performance ...
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Uganda Infrastructure Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Infrastructure
2012 was a tough year for the Ugandan construction market, which was badly affected by high interest rates, limiting real GDP growth to an estimated 2.8%. However, interest rates have been progressively eased and Uganda's economic performance has recovered, with real growth of 6.2% and 7.6% anticipa...
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Tanzania Infrastructure Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Infrastructure
The Tanzania Infrastructure Report features BMI Research's market assessment and forecasts covering public procurement and spending on all major infrastructure and construction projects, including transportation and logistics by land, sea and air; power plants and utilities, and commercial construct...
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Myanmar Infrastructure Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Infrastructure
We believe near-term growth in Myanmar's construction sector, while impressive, will remain below the country's full potential, owing to a host of ongoing risks. The sector remains unable to achieve its full potential due to limited upside to foreign investment - the main driver of construction acti...
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Finland Infrastructure Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Infrastructure
Finland's construction sector saw its third consecutive year of decline in 2014, contracting by a sharper-than-expected 3.6%, to reach an industry value of just under EUR11bn (USD14.7bn). A stagnant eurozone and the escalating impact of Russian sanctions are impacting on the prospects for economic g...
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Norway Infrastructure Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Infrastructure
The construction sector in Norway reported stronger-than-expected growth in 2014, expanding by a healthy 5.5% to reach NOK171.6bn (USD25.6bn). Moving forward, the decline in global oil prices is likely to impact fixed investment in the oil and gas sector, leading to more subdued overall growth forec...
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Sweden Infrastructure Report

10 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Infrastructure
Following substantial growth of 9.5% in Sweden's construction industry value in 2014, we expect to see lower but still healthy growth of 6.3% in 2015 as the sector continues to benefit from a robust residential infrastructure market and a slight increase in government spending. Throughout the remain...
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The U.S. Dating Services Industry

07 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  Marketdata Enterprises Inc
This is the ONLY in-depth business analysis that covers ALL segments of this industry, since the market has no trade association performing market research. This newly updated 7th edition study is a fascinating analysis of one of the oldest professions—matchmaking. This market is a now a $...
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Recreation Global Market Briefing

05 Feb 2016  |  Published by:  TBRC
Recreation Global Market Briefing provides strategists, marketers and senior management with the critical information they need to assess the global recreation sector.                       ...
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Slater and Gordon Limited : Company Profile and SWOT Analysis

29 Jan 2016  |  Published by:  Timetric
Synopsis"Slater and Gordon Limited : Company Profile and SWOT Analysis" contains in depth information and data about the company and its operations. The profile contains a company overview, key facts, major products and services, SWOT analysis, business description, company history, key competitors,...
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Denmark Infrastructure Report

27 Jan 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Infrastructure
BMI View: The Danish construction sector is set to average 4% per annum growth until 2019, on the backof strong investment in the infrastructure sector, driving a solid project pipeline, with public and privatefinanciers looking to the sector for safe investments. Areas that will particularly ...
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Netherlands Infrastructure Report

27 Jan 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Infrastructure
BMI View: The Netherlands will be an attractive construction market over the next three years, driven byinvestment opportunities in non-residential building sector. Over the longer term infrastructureopportunities will be present, primarily in the power sector, as the country pursues an ambiti...
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Slovakia Infrastructure Report

27 Jan 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Infrastructure
BMI View: We have revised up our 2015 forecast for Slovakia's construction industry to 9.7% on the backof historical revisions to the 2014 data, and stronger indicators across the industry. Low borrowing costs,improving demand conditions and strong business confidence should keep investment an...
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Slovenia Infrastructure Report

27 Jan 2016  |  Published by:  BMI Infrastructure
BMI View: After five years of industry contraction, the construction sector is once again growing since2014, along with the economic recovery of the country. A slowly recovering economy, lower unemploymentand rising consumer confidence will provide a moderate increase for residential and non-r...
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