Analysis of Key Sectors of “MINT” Countries: Agriculture, Banking & Finance, Dairy, Meat, E-Commerce, FMCG, Healthcare, ICT, Manufacturing, Mining, Trade & Logistics, Tourism and Water & Sanitation 2017 - 2022

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MINT term was used for free and developing economies of Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey. All the countries maintained their economic growth, fueled by exports and rapid industrialization. Hong Kong and Singapore are among the biggest export and financial sectors whereas South Korea and Taiwan are among the biggest manufacturing sectors in the world mostly constitute of the production of automobile/electronic components and information technology.

If MINT was a country, they will be world’s 8th largest economy as well as 15th most populous country in the world. MINT has moderate GDP growth nearly equal to World GDP growth, with an average growth of 2.54% year-on-year. GDP in Four Asian Tiger countries varies from US$ 274 billion of Bhutan to US$ 1.3 trillion of South Korea, which has disputes with its only neighbour North Korea.

In 2015, Taiwan is the most growing economy among the MINT. All the countries are growing above 2% YoY. All these four countries have current account surplus. Most of the reserves and expenditure of the country is going towards re-flourishing the country with basic needs.

Mexico:

Mexico has free trade agreements with the many countries, including the United States, where 70% of Mexico’s exports go to. However, the scenario on that front looks grim too, as the peso declined by about 13% in 2014, imports become expensive, and the prices of oil declined globally. As an export oriented economy, Mexico’s largest exports are crude petroleum (10th largest in the world), cars, delivery trucks, computers and video displays. Its major imports are broadcasting accessories, computers, cars and telephones. It is also the largest silver producer in the world.

Mexico has much to wish for, with the current account ratio running in deficit of 2.1% of the GDP.

However, the outlook isn’t as grim as all that. Fresh investments made in several sectors by Carlos Slim, the second richest man in the world strengthens confidence in investment in the country. Mid-term elections in June encourage investors further.

Indonesia:

Indonesia’s major business partner are Asian Countries in 2014, which constitutes to 71% in Import and 75% in Exports. China, Japan and Singapore are the biggest trade markets for Indonesia. Manufacturing and Mining provides the backbone to the economy and became the major source of employment in the country. Although, Agriculture provides the main livelihood to most of the population in the country.

Indonesia is home of 249.86 million people in 2014 and is expected to reach 271 million till 2020, with the majority being between 20-35 years old and living in urban areas. High population growth is due to high birth rate, better living conditions and improved healthcare.

Nigeria:

WHETHER one accepts it or not, Nigeria’s ascension to becoming Africa’s largest economy is well on its way. A part of it can be explained by the rebasing effect: rebasing will result in Nigeria being regarded as Africa’s biggest economy. However, this new position will not alleviate the estimated 100-million people in Nigeria surviving on less than $1 a day. At present, there is little correlation between the high growth in economy and the living conditions of nearly 100 million people in Nigeria surviving on less than $1 a day. Nigeria’s GDP per capita of $3,005 compares very poorly to that of South Africa’s $6,886, despite South Africa’s economy value being lower than that of Nigeria.

This phenomenon can be explained by Nigeria’s perilous over-dependence on a single commodity: oil. Oil accounts for almost 80% of the Nigerian government’s revenue at present. Nigeria is the Twelfth (12) biggest exporter of Oil in the world and founder member of OPEC. Production of Crude Oil is stable and consistent. Production reached 2,322 thousand barrels per day in 2013 from 2,211 thousand barrels per day in 2009, increased with a CAGR of 0.98%.

Turkey:

Most western markets were brought to their knees from the global financial fiasco of 2008. Today, majority of them struggle to regain their fiscal and financial balance, Turkey has emerged among the few economies which succeeded in economic reforming. Being the 17th largest economy of the world by GDP, and the 15th largest by purchasing power parity, Turkey is the only country (except China) to have managed impressive growth rates above 8% in 2010 and 2011. Turkey has fulfilled 2 of EU Maastricht criteria in the past for public debt and fiscal balance (currently at a deficit of 1.30%). The Turkish Lira fluctuates frequently, but reached record lows in May 2015.

Drivers

Key factors in the growth of MINT nations are high GDP, moderate population, young & skilled workforce, moderate purchasing power parity, availability of resources, advanced technology, high import and export trade, Strong Banking and Financial system and strong fundamentals helped MINT countries to grow after 2008-09 recession.

Challenges

MINT Countries market is effected by Loss of political legitimacy, Digitization and media liberalization, Cronyism & concentration of wealth, low agriculture production high crime and corruption.

What the report contains

The study elucidates the situation of MINT, and predicts the growth of the countries. Report talks about Agriculture, Banking & Finance, Dairy, Meat, E-Commerce, FMCG, Healthcare, ICT, Manufacturing, Mining, Trade & Logistics, Tourism and Water & Sanitation Market with production, consumption, import & export data, government regulations, growth forecast, major companies, upcoming companies & projects, etc. The study clarifies that, currently, the MINT growth is moderate and will be above world average by 2020, which is expected to grow at an average GDP growth rate of 3.5% from 2014 to 2020. Lastly, the report is divided by major import & export and importing and exporting partners.
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1. Introduction
1.1 Report Description
1.2 Research methodology
1.3 Definition of the Market
1.4 Areas covered
2. Executive Summary
3. Key Findings of the Study
4. Market Overview
5. Mexico
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Economic Indicators
5.2.1 GDP
5.2.2 GDP Growth
5.2.3 Inflation rate
5.2.4 Interest Rate
5.2.5 Jobless Rate
5.2.6 Fiscal Deficit
5.2.7 Current Account Deficit
5.3 Bubble Chart: Sectors Analysis
5.4 PESTEL Analysis
6. Indonesia
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Economic Indicators
6.2.1 GDP
6.2.2 GDP Growth
6.2.3 Inflation rate
6.2.4 Interest Rate
6.2.5 Jobless Rate
6.2.6 Fiscal Deficit
6.2.7 Current Account Deficit
6.3 Bubble Chart: Sectors Analysis
6.4 PESTEL Analysis
7. Nigeria
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Economic Indicators
7.2.1 GDP
7.2.2 GDP Growth
7.2.3 Inflation rate
7.2.4 Interest Rate
7.2.5 Jobless Rate
7.2.6 Fiscal Deficit
7.2.7 Current Account Deficit
7.3 Bubble Chart: Sectors Analysis
7.4 PESTEL Analysis
8. Turkey
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Economic Indicators
8.2.1 GDP
8.2.2 GDP Growth
8.2.3 Inflation rate
8.2.4 Interest Rate
8.2.5 Jobless Rate
8.2.6 Fiscal Deficit
8.2.7 Current Account Deficit
8.3 Bubble Chart: Sectors Analysis
8.4 PESTEL Analysis
9. Market Segmentation
10. Investment Opportunities
11. Market Dynamics
12. Agriculture Market
12.1 Drivers
12.1.1 Government Initiatives
12.1.2 Priority Sector
12.1.3 High demand
12.1.4 FDI in Agriculture Sector
12.2 Restraints
12.2.1 Low Contribution to GDP
12.2.2 Low Land Available
12.2.3 Urbanization
12.2.4 High Operational Costs
12.2.5 Limited Water Available in Rural Areas
12.3 Opportunities
12.3.1 Genetically Modified Crops
12.3.2 Fertilizers
12.3.3 Distribution
12.3.4 Horticulture
13. Banking and Finance
13.1 Drivers
13.1.1 Free Trade
13.1.2 Highly educated and skilled labor, technical and professional force
13.1.3 Proactive, assertive focus on the present technological markets of the world making them among the leading financial centers of the world.
13.1.4 Strong Legal System
13.1.5 Safety and Security
13.1.6 People Tend to Save Money
13.1.7 Investments
13.1.8 Growing Secondary Market
13.2 Restraints
13.2.1 Low Interest Rates
13.2.2 High Non Performing Assets
13.2.3 Closed Stock Market for Foreigners
13.3 Opportunities
13.3.1 Broker in Stock Exchange
13.3.2 Demat Services
13.3.3 Merchant Banking/Investment Banker
14. Dairy Market
14.1 Drivers
14.1.1 Increasing Population
14.1.2 Rising Disposable Income
14.1.3 Changing Consumer Trends
14.2 Restraints
14.2.1 Less government spending
14.2.2 Low Agriculture Production
14.2.3 High Mortality Rate of Animals
14.2.4 High transportation Costs
14.2.5 Low Margin for Companies
14.3 Opportunities
14.3.1 Customers shifting to Packaged Products
14.3.2 Ready to Drink Milk Products
14.3.3 UHT Milk
14.3.4 Small Sachet of Products
14.3.5 Distribution
15. Edible Meat Market
15.1 Drivers
15.1.1 Rising Disposable Income
15.1.2 Need of health Food
15.1.3 Changing Consumer Trends
15.1.4 Economic growth
15.2 Restraints
15.2.1 Low Animal Feed Production/Stock
15.2.2 Low Production
15.2.3 High Transportation Costs
15.3 Opportunities
15.3.1 Protein Rich Meat
15.3.2 Healthy Meat
15.3.3 Semi-Finished or Finished Products
15.3.4 Ready to Eat/Cook Meat Products
16. E-Commerce Market
16.1 Drivers
16.1.1 Improving ICT
16.1.2 High penetration of Internet through Smart Phones
16.1.3 Eclectic Collection of Goods
16.1.4 Changing Buying Habits (from Brick and Mortar Stores to Online Shopping)
16.2 Restraints
16.2.1 Quality Concerns
16.2.2 Cyber Security (Phishing Attack)
16.2.3 Storage Systems
16.3 Opportunities
16.3.1 Business to Consumer Ecommerce (B2C Ecommerce)
16.3.2 Consumer to Consumer Ecommerce (C2C Ecommerce)
16.3.3 Goods Distribution
16.3.4 Storage Systems
17. FMCG Market
17.1 Drivers
17.1.1 Demand of Ready to Use products
17.1.2 Changing Consumer Trends
17.1.3 Rising Disposable Income
17.1.4 Rise in Living Standards
17.2 Restraints
17.2.1 Low Margin in Products
17.2.2 Multi-Channel Distribution Channel
17.2.3 High Use of Raw Materials per unit
17.2.4 High Cost of Handling the Raw Material, Semi-Finished and Finished Products
17.3 Opportunities
17.3.1 Research and Development
17.3.2 Ready to Eat/Drink products
17.3.3 Baby Food
17.3.4 Cosmetics
18. Healthcare market
18.1 Drivers
18.1.1 Rise in the number of geriatric population.
18.1.2 Incidences of chronic and new types of diseases. (E.g. Ebola, Swine Flu)
18.1.3 Increasing focus on effective patient care
18.1.4 Rise of Consumerism
18.2 Restraints
18.2.1 Lack of skilled personnel to handle sophisticated equipment
18.2.2 Huge healthcare costs
18.2.3 Too much unnecessary care. (E.g. early elective deliveries)
18.3 Opportunities
18.3.1 Telemedicine
18.3.2 Medical Tourism
18.3.3 Infrastructure.
18.3.4 R&D of new drugs and technologies
19. Information and Communication Technology Market
19.1 Drivers
19.1.1 Increasing Mobility
19.1.2 Growing Urbanization
19.1.3 Growing number of connections
19.2 Restraints
19.2.1 High Tariffs
19.2.2 High Operational Costs
19.2.3 High Auction Prices of 2G/3G/4G and Broadband
19.2.4 Government Policies
19.2.5 High Bandwidth Auction Costs
19.3 Opportunities
19.3.1 Landline Broadband Services
19.3.2 Mobile Tower Installations
19.3.3 International Roaming Network Providers
20. Mining Market
20.1 Drivers
20.1.1 Increasing Oil, Gas and Minerals Demand
20.1.2 Rising Offshore Exploration
20.1.3 Advancement in Mining Equipments
20.1.4 Economic growth
20.1.5 Advanced Technology
20.2 Restraints
20.2.1 Limited Resourses
20.2.2 Environmental Hazards
20.2.3 High Production Costs
20.2.4 High Energy Consumption
20.3 Opportunities
20.3.1 Opportunities in Offshore Drilling
20.3.2 Need of Eco Friendly Mining
21. Manufacturing Market
21.1 Drivers
21.1.1 Growth in Construction and related sectors
21.1.2 Advanced technology
21.1.3 Close ties with China
21.1.4 Availability of Raw Material
21.1.5 Strong Export-led Markets
21.1.6 Free Trade
21.2 Restraints
21.2.1 Limited Resources
21.2.2 High Transportation Costs
21.2.3 Low Production
21.2.4 Dependency on other sectors
21.2.5 High Resources Consumption
21.3 Opportunities
21.3.1 Iron and Steel
21.3.2 Machine Manufacturing
21.3.3 Electronics and Computers
21.3.4 Automobile
21.3.5 IC's and Semiconductors
22. Trade and Logistics Market
22.1 Drivers
22.1.1 Ample foreign exchange reserves
22.1.2 Cheap Manpower
22.1.3 Increasing Demand
22.1.4 Robust Economic Growth
22.1.5 Well-developed, Industrial and Service Oriented Markets
22.1.6 Strong Export-led Markets
22.1.7 Investments
22.1.8 A Sound Banking System
22.2 Restraints
22.2.1 High Fuel prices
22.2.2 Strong Currency making Exports Competitive
22.2.3 High Transportation Costs
22.3 Opportunities
22.3.1 Goods Storage Systems
22.3.2 Transportation Services
22.3.3 Heavy Lifts and Cranes
23. Tourism Market
23.1 Drivers
23.1.1 Government Regulations
23.1.2 Leasure and Entertainment
23.1.3 Urbanization
23.1.4 On Arrival Visa facility to most of the countries
23.2 Restraints
23.2.1 High Cost
23.2.2 Limited Land Available
23.2.3 High Overall Construction Cost
23.2.4 Lenghty Government Process
23.3 Opportunities
23.3.1 Broker/Advisor
23.3.2 Disaster Resistant Residence Construction
23.3.3 Readymade Concrete Structures
23.3.4 Interior Designing
24. Water and Sanitation Market
24.1 Drivers
24.1.1 Increasing Requirement
24.1.2 Recyclable Water
24.1.3 Low Purification Cost
24.2 Restraints
24.2.1 Government Regulations
24.2.2 Low Availability of Fresh Water
24.2.3 Urbanization
24.2.4 Government Mandate on Raw Water Quality Testing
24.2.5 High Transportation Costs
24.2.6 Frequent Filter Replacement in Sanitation Process
24.3 Opportunities
24.3.1 Bottled Water
24.3.2 20 Liter Bubble Top
24.3.3 Sanitation Plants
24.3.4 Water Purification Plants
25. Industry Value Chain Analysis
26. Industry Attractiveness – Porter’s 5 Force Analysis
27. Industry Policies
28. Agriculture Market
28.1 Summary
28.2 Key Findings
28.3 Production (Country Wise)
28.4 Consumption pattern (Country Wise)
28.5 Major Companies
28.6 Imports
28.6.1 Key Findings
28.6.2 Major Exporting Countries
28.6.3 Prices
28.6.4 Major Companies
28.7 Export
28.7.1 Key Findings
28.7.2 Major Importing Countries
28.7.3 Prices
28.7.4 Major Companies
28.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
28.9 PESTEL Analysis
28.10 Market demand to 2020.
29. Banking and Finance Market
29.1 Summary
29.2 Key Findings
29.3 Banking System
29.3.1 Key Findings
29.3.2 Government Regulations
29.3.3 Banking Sector Performance
29.3.4 Index Performance
29.3.5 Major Banks (Country Wise)
29.3.6 Net Demand and Time Liability (NDTL)
29.3.7 Non Performance Assets (NPA) Trends
29.3.8 Priority Sector Lending Trends
29.4 Financial System
29.4.1 Stock Market
29.4.1.1 Key Findings
29.4.1.2 Major Players
29.4.1.3 Major Companies
29.4.1.4 Government Regulations
29.4.1.5 Index and Its Performance
29.4.1.6 Market Volatility
29.4.1.7 Foreign Investment
29.4.2 Commodity Market
29.4.2.1 Key Findings
29.4.2.2 Major Commodities
29.4.2.3 Major Companies
29.4.2.4 Government Regulations
29.4.2.5 Market Volatility
29.4.2.6 Foreign Investment
29.4.3 Mutual Funds
29.4.3.1 Key Findings
29.4.3.2 Major Commodities
29.4.3.3 Major Trends
29.4.4 Insurance
29.4.4.1 Key Findings
29.4.4.2 Major Commodities
29.4.4.3 Major Trends
29.5 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
29.6 PESTEL Analysis
29.7 Market demand to 2020.
30. Dairy Market
30.1 Summary
30.2 Key Findings
30.3 Fresh Milk
30.3.1 Key Findings
30.3.2 Production
30.3.3 Consumption
30.3.4 Prices
30.3.5 Imports
30.3.6 Exports
30.3.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
30.3.8 PESTEL Analysis
30.3.9 Major Companies
30.4 Butter
30.4.1 Key Findings
30.4.2 Production
30.4.3 Consumption
30.4.4 Prices
30.4.5 Imports
30.4.6 Exports
30.4.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
30.4.8 PESTEL Analysis
30.4.9 Major Companies
30.5 Yogurt
30.5.1 Key Findings
30.5.2 Production
30.5.3 Consumption
30.5.4 Prices
30.5.5 Imports
30.5.6 Exports
30.5.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
30.5.8 PESTEL Analysis
30.5.9 Major Companies
30.6 Cheese
30.6.1 Key Findings
30.6.2 Production
30.6.3 Consumption
30.6.4 Prices
30.6.5 Imports
30.6.6 Exports
30.6.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
30.6.8 PESTEL Analysis
30.6.9 Major Companies
30.7 Cream
30.7.1 Key Findings
30.7.2 Production
30.7.3 Consumption
30.7.4 Prices
30.7.5 Imports
30.7.6 Exports
30.7.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
30.7.8 PESTEL Analysis
30.7.9 Major Companies
30.8 UHT Milk
30.8.1 Key Findings
30.8.2 Production
30.8.3 Consumption
30.8.4 Prices
30.8.5 Imports
30.8.6 Exports
30.8.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
30.8.8 PESTEL Analysis
30.8.9 Major Companies
30.9 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
30.10 PESTEL Analysis
30.11 Market demand to 2020.
31. Edible Meat Market
31.1 Summary
31.2 Key Findings
31.3 Production
31.4 Consumption pattern
31.5 Major Companies
31.6 Bovine
31.6.1 Key Findings
31.6.2 Production
31.6.3 Consumption
31.6.4 Imports (Country Wise)
31.6.5 Exports (Country Wise)
31.6.6 Major Companies
31.6.7 Technologies in Place
31.6.8 Government Regulations
31.6.9 New Developments
31.6.10 Upcoming Companies and projects
31.6.11 Prices
31.6.12 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
31.6.13 PESTEL Analysis
31.6.14 Market demand to 2020.
31.7 Poultry
31.7.1 Key Findings
31.7.2 Production
31.7.3 Consumption
31.7.4 Imports (countries)
31.7.5 Exports (countries)
31.7.6 Major Companies
31.7.7 Technologies in Place
31.7.8 Government Regulations
31.7.9 New Developments
31.7.10 Upcoming Companies and projects
31.7.11 Prices
31.7.12 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
31.7.13 PESTEL Analysis
31.7.14 Market demand to 2020.
31.8 Goat and Sheep
31.8.1 Key Findings
31.8.2 Production
31.8.3 Consumption
31.8.4 Imports (countries)
31.8.5 Exports (countries)
31.8.6 Major Companies
31.8.7 Technologies in Place
31.8.8 Government Regulations
31.8.9 New Developments
31.8.10 Upcoming Companies and projects
31.8.11 Prices
31.8.12 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
31.8.13 PESTEL Analysis
31.8.14 Market demand to 2020.
31.9 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
31.10 PESTEL Analysis
31.11 Market demand to 2020.
32. E-Commerce
32.1 Summary
32.2 Key Findings
32.3 Major Companies
32.4 Business to Business Ecommerce (B2B Ecommerce)
32.4.1 Summary
32.4.2 Key Findings
32.4.3 Major Companies
32.4.4 Market Trends
32.4.5 Major Companies
32.4.6 Upcoming Companies and projects
32.5 Business to Consumer Ecommerce (B2C Ecommerce)
32.5.1 Summary
32.5.2 Key Findings
32.5.3 Major Companies
32.5.4 Market Trends
32.5.5 Major Companies
32.5.6 Upcoming Companies and projects
32.6 Consumer to Business Ecommerce (C2B Ecommerce)
32.6.1 Summary
32.6.2 Key Findings
32.6.3 Major Companies
32.6.4 Market Trends
32.6.5 Major Companies
32.6.6 Upcoming Companies and projects
32.7 Consumer to Consumer Ecommerce (C2C Ecommerce)
32.7.1 Summary
32.7.2 Key Findings
32.7.3 Major Companies
32.7.4 Market Trends
32.7.5 Major Companies
32.7.6 Upcoming Companies and projects
32.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
32.9 PESTEL Analysis
32.10 Market demand to 2020.
33. FMCG Market
33.1 Summary
33.2 Key Findings
33.3 Production
33.4 Consumption
33.5 Major Companies
33.6 Imports
33.6.1 Key Findings
33.6.2 Major Exporting Countries
33.6.3 Prices
33.6.4 Major Companies
33.7 Export
33.7.1 Key Findings
33.7.2 Major Importing Countries
33.7.3 Prices
33.7.4 Major Companies
33.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
33.9 PESTEL Analysis
33.10 Market demand to 2020.
34. Healthcare Market
34.1 Summary
34.2 Key Findings
34.3 Pharmaceutical Market
34.3.1 Key Findings
34.3.2 Production
34.3.3 Sales
34.3.4 Consumption pattern
34.3.5 Exports
34.3.6 Imports
34.3.7 Prices
34.3.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
34.3.9 PESTEL Analysis
34.4 Medical Equipments Market
34.4.1 Key Findings
34.4.2 Production
34.4.3 Sales
34.4.4 Consumption pattern
34.4.5 Exports
34.4.6 Imports
34.4.7 Prices
34.4.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
34.4.9 PESTEL Analysis
34.5 Healthcare IT Market
34.5.1 Key Findings
34.5.2 Production
34.5.3 Sales
34.5.4 Consumption pattern
34.5.5 Exports
34.5.6 Imports
34.5.7 Prices
34.5.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
34.5.9 PESTEL Analysis
34.6 Major Companies
34.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
34.8 PESTEL Analysis
34.9 Market demand to 2020.
35. Information and Communication Market
35.1 Summary
35.2 Key Findings
35.3 Production
35.4 Consumption pattern
35.5 Major Companies
35.6 Imports
35.6.1 Key Findings
35.6.2 Major Exporting Countries
35.6.3 Prices
35.6.4 Major Companies
35.7 Export
35.7.1 Key Findings
35.7.2 Major Importing Countries
35.7.3 Prices
35.7.4 Major Companies
35.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
35.9 PESTEL Analysis
35.10 Market demand to 2020.
36. Mining Market
36.1 Summary
36.2 Key Findings
36.3 Production
36.4 Consumption
36.5 Major Companies
36.6 Minerals
36.6.1 Key Findings
36.6.2 Major Companies
36.6.3 Technologies in Place
36.6.4 Trends in Production
36.6.5 Government Regulations
36.6.6 New Developments
36.6.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
36.6.8 Imports (Country Wise)
36.6.9 Exports (Country Wise)
36.6.10 Prices
36.6.11 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
36.6.12 PESTEL Analysis
36.7 Metals
36.7.1 Key Findings
36.7.2 Major Companies
36.7.3 Technologies in Place
36.7.4 Trends in Production
36.7.5 Government Regulations
36.7.6 New Developments
36.7.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
36.7.8 Imports (countries)
36.7.9 Exports (countries)
36.7.10 Prices
36.7.11 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
36.7.12 PESTEL Analysis
36.8 Gems
36.8.1 Key Findings
36.8.2 Major Companies
36.8.3 Technologies in Place
36.8.4 Trends in Production
36.8.5 Government Regulations
36.8.6 New Developments
36.8.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
36.8.8 Imports (countries)
36.8.9 Exports (countries)
36.8.10 Prices
36.8.11 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
36.8.12 PESTEL Analysis
36.9 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
36.10 PESTEL Analysis
36.11 Market demand to 2020.
37. Manufacturing Market
37.1 Summary
37.2 Key Findings
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