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Market Publishers Ltd announces that in-demand market research reports worked out by Gyan Research and Analytics Pvt. Ltd. have been added to its catalogue.

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Market Publishers Ltd announces that in-demand market research reports worked out by Gyan Research and Analytics Pvt. Ltd. have been added to its catalogue.

Global Mobile Industry: The New Driver of Economy

Whilst the developed countries are experiencing subscribers and connections growth stagnation, there is an enormous growth potential in the developing countries, particularly in the African and APAC regions. In 2013, the global mobile penetration rate reached 96% and the number of unique mobile subscribers was equivalent to 3.4 billion. In the same year, there were 6.9 billion SIM connectors in the world. The number of mobile broadband connections worldwide grew from 364 million to 2 billion between 2009 and 2013. By 2016, China and India are forecast to be the largest mobile broadband markets. The mobile industry plays a great role in the development of the world economy, as it is regarded as an innovation platform for novel services. The new report offers a comprehensive analysis of the global mobile industry, provides a whole pack of data on the historical and present performance of the market and also sheds light on the key factors shaping the market. It touches upon the important industry aspects, discusses the market growth prospects and also presents market forecasts …

Global Dairy Industry – The Milky Way

A continuous increase of the demand for dairy and allied products has led to higher levels of technology adoption amid the top dairy producing countries worldwide. In 2014, the overall dairy industry is predicted to clock a turnover worth around USD 335.8 billion. The world dairy industry is poised to register a 5% CAGR between 2014 and 2019, and in 2019 the industry revenues are likely to exceed USD 442.3 billion. As of 2013, the world milk production increased by 2% and reached 650 million tonnes. Furthermore, the global milk production is expected to climb to 732 million tonnes in 2019. Presently, cow milk accounts for around 80% of the global milk production. The research report offers a holistic view of the global dairy market scenario. It gives access to a set of authoritative data illustrating the performance of the dairy industry, touches upon the major factors influencing the industry development, discusses the hottest issues, and also covers the prevailing market trends. In addition, the study contains detailed analysis of the key market segments and presents forecasts for the dairy market performance through 2019 …

Global Horticulture (2014 -2018) - Pink and Healthy

As of 2013, the global fruit and vegetables production was estimated at almost 676 million tonnes and 657 million tonnes, respectively. In the same year, China and India were the major producers of vegetables worldwide. Amid all vegetable categories, potato was the leading one; other widespread vegetables were sweet potato, tomato, cabbage and onions. In 2013, the top fruit producing countries included India, China, the USA, Brazil and Indonesia. The global fruit exports increased from USD 68.17 billion in 2009 to USD 97.02 billion in 2013. Meantime, the global fruit imports grew from USD 76.49 billion to USD 105.26 billion during 2009-2013. An all-round overview of the global horticulture market supplemented by a set of authoritative data on the historical, present and forecast industry performance is available in the research report. Moreover, the report contains an extensive analysis of the key market segments, features the main market drivers and resistors, touches upon the top drivers and opportunities. The topical study gives accurate data on the market scenario as well as offers market forecasts …

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