The World Market for Sanitary Napkins and Tampons, Diapers, Diaper Liners, and Similar Sanitary Articles Made from Paper Pulp, Paper, Cellulose Wadding, or Webs of Cellulose Fiber: A 2016 Global Trade Perspective

 Published On: Jun, 2015 |    No of Pages: 254 |  Published By: Icon Group International, Inc | Format: PDF
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This report was created for strategic planners, international executives and import/export managers who are concerned with the market for sanitary napkins and tampons, diapers, diaper liners, and similar sanitary articles made from paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding, or webs of cellulose fiber. With the globalization of this market, managers can no longer be contented with a local view. Nor can managers be contented with out-of-date statistics that appear several years after the fact. I have developed a methodology, based on macroeconomic and trade models, to estimate the market for sanitary napkins and tampons, diapers, diaper liners, and similar sanitary articles made from paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding, or webs of cellulose fiber for those countries serving the world market via exports or supplying from various countries via imports. I do so for the current year based on a variety of key historical indicators and econometric models.

On the demand side, exporters and strategic planners approaching the world market face a number of questions. Which countries are supplying sanitary napkins and tampons, diapers, diaper liners, and similar sanitary articles made from paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding, or webs of cellulose fiber? What is the dollar value of these imports? How much do the imports of sanitary napkins and tampons, diapers, diaper liners, and similar sanitary articles made from paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding, or webs of cellulose fiber vary from one country to another? Do exporters serving the world market have similar market shares across the importing countries? Which countries supply the most exports of sanitary napkins and tampons, diapers, diaper liners, and similar sanitary articles made from paper pulp, paper, cellulose wadding, or webs of cellulose fiber? Which countries are buying their exports? What is the value of these exports and which countries are the largest buyers?

Table Of Contents:

1 METHODOLOGY 11
1.1 Our Approach 11
2 THE WORLD MARKET 16
2.1 Exports 16
2.1.1 The World Market: Export Supplies in 2016 16
2.2 Imports 19
2.2.1 The World Market: Imported in 2016 19
3 EXPORTS 23
3.1 Africa: Export Supplies 23
3.1.1 Executive Summary 23
3.1.2 Algeria 27
3.1.3 Botswana 27
3.1.4 Cote d'Ivoire 27
3.1.5 Egypt 28
3.1.6 Kenya 29
3.1.7 Liberia 29
3.1.8 Madagascar 29
3.1.9 Mauritius 30
3.1.10 Morocco 30
3.1.11 Mozambique 30
3.1.12 Namibia 31
3.1.13 Nigeria 31
3.1.14 Senegal 31
3.1.15 South Africa 32
3.1.16 Tunisia 32
3.1.17 Uganda 33
3.2 Asia: Export Supplies 33
3.2.1 Executive Summary 33
3.2.2 Bangladesh 38
3.2.3 Burma 38
3.2.4 Cambodia 38
3.2.5 China 39
3.2.6 Hong Kong 40
3.2.7 India 41
3.2.8 Indonesia 42
3.2.9 Japan 43
3.2.10 Malaysia 44
3.2.11 Nepal 45
3.2.12 Philippines 45
3.2.13 Singapore 46
3.2.14 South Korea 47
3.2.15 Sri Lanka 48
3.2.16 Taiwan 49
3.2.17 Thailand 50
3.2.18 Vietnam 51
3.3 Europe: Export Supplies 52
3.3.1 Executive Summary 52
3.3.2 Albania 56
3.3.3 Andorra 56
3.3.4 Austria 57
3.3.5 Belarus 57
3.3.6 Belgium 58
3.3.7 Bosnia and Herzegovina 59
3.3.8 Bulgaria 59
3.3.9 Croatia 60
3.3.10 Cyprus 60
3.3.11 Czech Republic 61
3.3.12 Denmark 62
3.3.13 Estonia 63
3.3.14 Finland 63
3.3.15 France 64
3.3.16 Germany 65
3.3.17 Greece 66
3.3.18 Hungary 67
3.3.19 Ireland 68
3.3.20 Italy 69
3.3.21 Kazakhstan 70
3.3.22 Latvia 70
3.3.23 Lithuania 71
3.3.24 Luxembourg 71
3.3.25 Macedonia 72
3.3.26 Moldova 72
3.3.27 Norway 72
3.3.28 Poland 73
3.3.29 Portugal 74
3.3.30 Romania 74
3.3.31 Russia 75
3.3.32 Slovakia 76
3.3.33 Slovenia 77
3.3.34 Spain 78
3.3.35 Sweden 79
3.3.36 the Netherlands 80
3.3.37 Ukraine 81
3.4 Latin America: Export Supplies 81
3.4.1 Executive Summary 81
3.4.2 Argentina 86
3.4.3 Bolivia 86
3.4.4 Brazil 87
3.4.5 Chile 88
3.4.6 Colombia 89
3.4.7 Costa Rica 90
3.4.8 Ecuador 90
3.4.9 El Salvador 91
3.4.10 Guatemala 91
3.4.11 Honduras 91
3.4.12 Mexico 92
3.4.13 Nicaragua 93
3.4.14 Panama 93
3.4.15 Peru 94
3.4.16 Uruguay 94
3.5 North America & the Caribbean: Export Supplies 95
3.5.1 Executive Summary 95
3.5.2 Barbados 98
3.5.3 Canada 99
3.5.4 Dominican Republic 100
3.5.5 the United States 101
3.6 Oceana: Export Supplies 102
3.6.1 Executive Summary 102
3.6.2 Australia 106
3.6.3 Fiji 106
3.6.4 New Zealand 107
3.6.5 Tokelau 107
3.7 the Middle East: Export Supplies 107
3.7.1 Executive Summary 107
3.7.2 Iraq 111
3.7.3 Israel 112
3.7.4 Jordan 113
3.7.5 Kuwait 113
3.7.6 Lebanon 114
3.7.7 Oman 114
3.7.8 Pakistan 115
3.7.9 Saudi Arabia 116
3.7.10 Turkey 117
3.7.11 Uzbekistan 118
4 IMPORTS 119
4.1 Africa: Imports in 2016 119
4.1.1 Executive Summary 119
4.1.2 Algeria 124
4.1.3 Botswana 124
4.1.4 Burundi 125
4.1.5 Cameroon 125
4.1.6 Cape Verde 126
4.1.7 Cote d'Ivoire 126
4.1.8 Egypt 127
4.1.9 Ethiopia 128
4.1.10 Ghana 129
4.1.11 Madagascar 130
4.1.12 Mali 131
4.1.13 Mauritania 131
4.1.14 Mauritius 132
4.1.15 Morocco 133
4.1.16 Mozambique 134
4.1.17 Namibia 134
4.1.18 Niger 135
4.1.19 Nigeria 136
4.1.20 Rwanda 137
4.1.21 Senegal 137
4.1.22 South Africa 138
4.1.23 Sudan 139
4.1.24 Togo 139
4.1.25 Uganda 140
4.1.26 Zimbabwe 140
4.2 Asia: Imports in 2016 141
4.2.1 Executive Summary 141
4.2.2 Brunei 145
4.2.3 Cambodia 145
4.2.4 China 146
4.2.5 Hong Kong 147
4.2.6 India 148
4.2.7 Indonesia 149
4.2.8 Japan 150
4.2.9 Malaysia 151
4.2.10 Maldives 152
4.2.11 Papua New Guinea 152
4.2.12 Philippines 153
4.2.13 Singapore 154
4.2.14 South Korea 155
4.2.15 Sri Lanka 156
4.2.16 Taiwan 157
4.2.17 Thailand 158
4.2.18 Vietnam 159
4.3 Europe: Imports in 2016 159
4.3.1 Executive Summary 159
4.3.2 Albania 164
4.3.3 Austria 165
4.3.4 Belarus 166
4.3.5 Belgium 167
4.3.6 Bosnia and Herzegovina 168
4.3.7 Bulgaria 169
4.3.8 Croatia 170
4.3.9 Cyprus 171
4.3.10 Czech Republic 172
4.3.11 Denmark 173
4.3.12 Estonia 174
4.3.13 Finland 175
4.3.14 France 176
4.3.15 Georgia 177
4.3.16 Germany 178
4.3.17 Greece 179
4.3.18 Hungary 180
4.3.19 Iceland 181
4.3.20 Ireland 182
4.3.21 Italy 183
4.3.22 Kazakhstan 184
4.3.23 Latvia 185
4.3.24 Lithuania 186
4.3.25 Luxembourg 187
4.3.26 Macedonia 188
4.3.27 Malta 189
4.3.28 Moldova 190
4.3.29 Norway 191
4.3.30 Poland 192
4.3.31 Portugal 193
4.3.32 Romania 194
4.3.33 Russia 195
4.3.34 Slovakia 196
4.3.35 Slovenia 197
4.3.36 Spain 198
4.3.37 Sweden 199
4.3.38 the Netherlands 200
4.3.39 Ukraine 201
4.4 Latin America: Imports in 2016 201
4.4.1 Executive Summary 201
4.4.2 Argentina 206
4.4.3 Belize 207
4.4.4 Bolivia 207
4.4.5 Brazil 208
4.4.6 Chile 209
4.4.7 Colombia 210
4.4.8 Costa Rica 211
4.4.9 Ecuador 211
4.4.10 El Salvador 212
4.4.11 Guatemala 213
4.4.12 Guyana 213
4.4.13 Honduras 214
4.4.14 Mexico 215
4.4.15 Nicaragua 216
4.4.16 Paraguay 216
4.4.17 Peru 217
4.4.18 Uruguay 218
4.5 North America & the Caribbean: Imports in 2016 218
4.5.1 Executive Summary 218
4.5.2 Aruba 223
4.5.3 Barbados 223
4.5.4 Bermuda 224
4.5.5 Canada 225
4.5.6 Dominica 226
4.5.7 Dominican Republic 226
4.5.8 Greenland 227
4.5.9 Jamaica 227
4.5.10 the Bahamas 228
4.5.11 the United States 229
4.6 Oceana: Imports in 2016 230
4.6.1 Executive Summary 230
4.6.2 Australia 234
4.6.3 Fiji 235
4.6.4 New Caledonia 235
4.6.5 New Zealand 236
4.6.6 Palau 237
4.6.7 Solomon Islands 237
4.6.8 Tonga 238
4.7 the Middle East: Imports in 2016 238
4.7.1 Executive Summary 238
4.7.2 Armenia 243
4.7.3 Azerbaijan 244
4.7.4 Israel 245
4.7.5 Jordan 246
4.7.6 Kyrgyzstan 247
4.7.7 Lebanon 248
4.7.8 Oman 249
4.7.9 Pakistan 250
4.7.10 Turkey 251
5 DISCLAIMERS, WARRANTEES, AND USER AGREEMENT PROVISIONS 252
5.1 Disclaimers & Safe Harbor 252
5.2 ICON Group International, Inc. User Agreement Provisions 253

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