Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) August 13, 2012
This report provides the reader with detailed market analysis and development forecasts on Central Europe’s Construction, Clothing, Footwear & Grocery Retail sector. Buy your copy for these sector reports below:
1. Grocery retail in Central Europe 2012. Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia
2. Residential construction market in Central Europe 2012
3. Non-residential construction market in Central Europe 2012
4. Civil engineering construction market in Central Europe 2012
5. Clothing and footwear retail market in Poland 2012
1.Grocery retail in Central Europe 2012, Market analysis and development forecasts for 2012-2014 provides evaluation of the competitive landscape and distribution channels for the various market segments, coupled with projections for sales and market development in the years ahead, creating a useful resource for those seeking to begin market activity, evaluate opportunity, and explore investment possibilities.
The document offers statistics on the macroeconomic and demographic situations in each country, and includes information from public databases, business and industry related press sources and the responses of company personnel obtained through special interviews. It offers a view of market conditions from the vital perspective of industry professionals.
2.Residential construction market in Central Europe 2012, countries of Bulgaria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania have been affected by the recent economic crisis to varying degrees. While developers have encountered significant difficulty due to construction slowdowns, the current status of the residential markets ranges from the relatively unscathed market in Poland to one witnessing severe growth setbacks in Hungary, with the other countries ranging somewhere in between.
Economic and housing market conditions appear to be stabilizing and rebounding, so the overall forecast for long term growth in the region appears positive. Residential construction market in Central Europe 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014, PMR’s market specific analysis, focuses on the opportunities and drawbacks that exist in all segments of these markets, providing professionals with a guide to operations in each country: Bulgaria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania. The report analyses all upcoming residential projects – new and revisited, single or multi family – set to begin construction from 2012 -2014.
3.Non-residential construction market in Central Europe 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014 reports on conditions in the overall market as well as in each of these six countries: Bulgaria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania. There have been significant variations in the impact of the economic crisis from country to country, and this unique document from PMR highlights the differences in its examination of the recovering markets and their main segments: hotel construction, office space construction, retail and services construction and industrial and warehouse facilities construction.
In addition to data detailing the size, value and structure of the non-residential construction sector in Central Europe and for each of the covered countries and each of the key segments, the report supplies a comprehensive listing and analysis of upcoming projects for the benefit of readers seeking to monitor market activity or take advantage of the available opportunities. It delves deeply into the market consequences of major economic trends and special events as they direct current market development and continue to influence growth over the next few years.
4.Civil engineering construction market in Central Europe 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014 provides comprehensive coverage of current and forecast activity in the road, railway, environmental protection and heavy industrial construction sectors in six Central European countries: Bulgaria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania. This essential guide to the market equips readers with complete data, analysis and forecasts for the Central European market in general as well for each segment in each of the covered countries.
The report is characterized by its in-depth analysis of all six markets and the major segments. It examines the recent development of civil engineering construction and creates a cohesive picture of the influences trends such as increased funding, competition and fuel and materials prices have had and will continue to exert on market expansion. It supplies current and forecast values for the general market as well as for each of its major segments: projects aimed at environmental protection, heavy industrial construction and road, railway and airport projects in each country. It delineates market structures, offers projected growth rates for each segment and details top sources of funding for recent and planned projects, while engaging in analysis of noteworthy upcoming ventures.
5.Clothing and footwear retail market in Poland 2012, Market analysis and development forecasts for 2012-2014 surveys the overall market and provides all-inclusive coverage of major segments such as children’s wear, luxury items and lingerie. This sixth edition of PMR’s report offers analysis of trends and other factors driving growth, and forecasts market direction for the next two years.
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