London, UK (PRWEB) January 29, 2014
The ROW region is regarded as a patchwork of numerous economies, which are currently at the different development stages. The ROW region can also boast of having several emerging and rapidly-growing country markets for electronic connectors.
The Israeli connector industry is a bit smaller than the Russian or Brazilian one, but it ranks as one of the few highly-developed and high-tech connector industries in the ROW region. South Africa has the largest economy in Africa in terms of the country’s GDP, and it is also considered to be a significant emerging economy in the ROW region. The ROW electronic connectors market is currently evaluated at USD 2.7 billion.
In-demand research study “World's Emerging Connector Markets: Brazil, Israel, Russia, South Africa and Other” drawn up by Bishop & Associates Inc has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Title: World's Emerging Connector Markets: Brazil, Israel, Russia, South Africa and Other
Published: December, 2013
Price: US$ 3,950.00
The topical study describes the current scenario of the ROW electronic connector market (the ROW region in this report encompasses Central and South Americas, the Middle East and certain parts of Central Asia. China, Turkey, India and Mexico do not belong to this region) with a particular focus on such countries as South Africa, Russia, Israel and Brazil; as well as sheds light on the market’s historical background. It looks at the ROW electronic connector market in the context of the global market, grants access to important information on the industry performance, discloses market values (2010-2012) and also presents a detailed assessment of the market on the basis of end-use equipment, product type and geography. The in-demand report contains an accurate ROW connector market statistics and provides country specific background information, and an insightful review of the respective country’s market dynamics. Additionally, a future outlook for the examined markets is at hand in the topical research study.
More topical research reports by the publisher can be found at Bishop & Associates page.