Analysis of Key Sectors of BRICS 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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  • Region: BRICS
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  • Mordor Intelligence
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With their growing economies, rising incomes with young and expanding population, the five emerging markets of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa offer a wealth of opportunities for companies to expand/enter the region. Increasing demand plays a major role in the development of these economies. Nevertheless, these countries have different advantages and drawbacks.

The five emerging markets of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa are tipped to provide some of the most exciting growth opportunities in various industry sectors. All five economies performed well over the review period. Growth opportunities and prospects are good in these countries. Although their economies are very different in size, growth and investment opportunities with China GDP being more than 4 times that of the Brazil in 2014, all offer promising long-term potential for investors.

Rising demographics coupled with increasing youth population is a driver for all these countries. The five markets have large populations, ranging from 1367.8 million in China to 54 million in South Africa. Most of this population is either semi-skilled or skilled, with South Africa increasing at the highest rate of 7.44% till 2020. Compared to developed markets, regular household sizes are large in all of these countries. But this is gradually changing due to urbanization, increasing number of single home families, working women and late marriages.

Changing behaviors and general outlook, rise in disposable income is shaping the future of these markets. In 2013, South Africa recorded the highest per capita income among all the five countries at US $ 5916, while India being the lowest with average per capita income of US $ 1165 because of its population (huge).

All five countries have suffered for several years from a mixture of ethnic tensions, anti-government protests and national insurgencies. Poverty and Income difference are prevalent, making a huge wealth gap between rich and poor. However, a new middle class is growing, due to social reforms and wealth created by economic growth trickling down to reach more customers.

Brazil:

When the global economic crisis hit in the 2008-09, having no more than a moderate impact on the Brazilian economy, erstwhile President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva of Worker’s Party having won the Presidential election in his 3rd attempt felt inclined to alienate himself from free trade and an open market associated with globalization. In 2010, in the face of increased state spending, the GDP reached the next highest of about 9.3% in the first quarter of 2010. In 2011, under the determined leadership of Dilma Rousseff assumed office, the Brazilian government’s will to protect against cons of globalization morphed into a preference for the Capitalism model of growth. This developmentalism form of government increased inflation while prices of key utilities affecting the inflation index, like food, oil, and electricity were capped. Moreover, tax breaks for preferred sectors were granted, while the Petrobras scandal involving politicians and well over US$2 billion in siphoned money raged on.

Brazil is the 6th most populated country in the world. Its consumer market is set to overtake that of France and UK by 2020, becoming the 5th largest in the world. Its middle class is 100 million strong and rising, with a GDP per capita increasing from the current US$11,208. The dismal income inequality gap has been steadily closing. In view of the recent fiscal tightening measures, a short term slump can only be followed by prosperity in the long term.

Russia:

Russia, a country riddled with a troubled past, a recent catapult to prosperity, is indisputably a land of opportunities. The leading country in Emerging Europe, Russia is no stranger to international politics affecting its economy. Indeed, the recent annexation of Crimea, a part of Ukraine by Russia has resulted in disgruntled sentiments across the globe, most particularly in the West.

The fall in Ruble registered after the Ukraine crisis has increased cost of imports, inflation, interest rates, recession and joblessness, and an overall slump in the economy. The Russian Trading System, calculated in terms of the US dollars suffered a drop of about 4%. Even with the MICEX having risen by about 2% in this time, investors remain wary and trade continues to be sparse. The current Ruble value of about ? 50 against US$1 is a stark comparison with the average of ? 32 at the start of 2014, registering an average devaluation of about 40% since 2014.

Exacerbating the situation is the drop in price of oil. The Russian economy’s dependence on oil can only be called precarious. Russia has about 87 billion barrels of oil, and about 1163trillion cubic feet of natural gas reserves. Making up about 70% of all export value, and contributing about 30% to the country’s federal budget and a quarter of the GDP, oil’s contribution to Russia’s GDP is projected to further increase to 50% in the coming decades.

It is the increase in global prices of oil that drove the growth of Russian economy between 2000 and 2010, catapulting it to the foremost position in the list of Emerging European countries. The drop of price of oil from US$110 a barrel to about $60 a barrel has resulted in an increase in demand with a simultaneous decrease in investment for new production, leaving the Russian economy vulnerable.

India:

India among BRICS countries is the fastest growing country, with most promising opportunities and growth. India is expected to grow with a GDP growth rate of 7.5%, which is also highest in the world. India has emerged as one of the most attractive destination for investment and for doing business in the recent years. As the fastest growing economy in the world, which has not only sustained the global downturn of 2008-09, India is slated to grow at consistently higher rates during next few decades.

India has a large sized middle class which is growing, offering a large domestic market for foreign products and services. If India continues its recent growth trend, average household income will nearly triple over the next two (2) decades and it is expected to become the world’s 5th largest consumer economy by 2025, according to a McKinsey report in 2010. The consistent economic growth in India has been an important factor that has contributed towards the decline in poverty.

China:

China is the most populous country in the world, home of 1.33 trillion people. China is a big potential market for manufacturing, because of its Rare Earth Metal reserves. About 90% of World’s rare earth metal reserves are in China, which gives them a competitive edge over others. China is a young nation with lots of potential but steadily growing old because of its one child policy. Low cost labour and easy labour availability is helping all the sectors in the country to grow. China is the biggest exporter worldwide,

China GDP is growing at a high growth rate of 7% in 2015. Current account surplus is giving a boom to the economy and currency. China became a favorable nation for trade market and biggest exporter of goods in the world. Low Debt to GDP ratio and low inflation is helping its economy to grow above world’s average. In 2012, manufacturing sectors accounted for 31% of the total export. USA is the biggest export destination of China with a share of 19% of China’s exports.

South Africa:

The developing country of the sub Saharan region, South Africa is ranked as an upper middle income country by the World Bank; with the top 10% population accounting for 58% of the country’s income. Services accounted for the largest sector of the economy with 73% of GDP, followed by Manufacturing and Agriculture accounting for 13.9% and 2.6% of the GDP respectively. As of 2013, the Gross Domestic product has been recorded as US$ 351 billion. While South Africa saw strong growth rates of 4.5% (average) during 2002-2008, the recession of 2008 exposed the structural problems of high Gini coefficient, low skilled labour force, unemployment, poor infrastructure, high crime and corruption rates; thus giving a major blow to the growth rate by declining to negative. With major reforms, government policies, and strong financial system the country has recorded 4.1% growth as of 2014. Key economic factors which seem to challenge the economy are high unemployment rates of 24.3%, labour disputes, high current account deficits of 5.4% of GDP, retail inflation, volatile gold and oil prices, and downgrading by rating agencies. The three major provinces of Gauteng, Kwazulu-Natal and Western Cape collectively contribute more than 60% to the country’s value.

South Africa with its ease of doing business rank of 43 in 2015, has diversified in to several sectors of manufacturing and services from being an agrarian economy. The highest growth industries are textiles, food processing, mining, automobiles, chemicals & fertilizers, machinery, and communications. The retail and financial services industry of South Africa are the most sophisticated on the continent with an effective regional presence. Majority of the reserves come from the diamonds, gold, titanium, platinum, manganese and mining greatly contributing to GDP. The coal mining industry provides 95% of coal reserves to meet its energy needs. South Africa provides nearly 50% of electricity to the entire continent. With nearly 30 million South African using mobile phones and internet penetration to be 29% (world average: 41%) the ICT industry is seeing a major growth trajectory. The South African dairy industry which operates on free market principle produces 2.4 billion litres per year and employs nearly 60000 people.

The economy largely depends on foreign trade and China, USA and Germany are seen as South Africa’s biggest trade partners. The main imports to the country are processed foods, chemicals, original equipment components, oil and energy. The automotive production development plan aims to boost local production XX.XX million vehicles by 2020 by encouraging the use of local components.

Drivers

Infrastructure will drive BRICS growth, including transport (road, rail and ports overhaul) and energy infrastructure, construction driven by the upcoming Olympics in Brazil. An expanding middle class in all countries, with the disposable incomes rise of 14% to 32% will fuel a rising retail sector, especially in the Franchising area.

Other key factors in the growth of BRICS nations are high population, young workforce and cheap labour, high purchasing power parity, high economic growth (except brazil), availability of resources, growth in transportation sector, un-matured and untapped markets in most of the countries. Strong banking system and strong fundamentals helped BRICS countries to grow in 2008-09 recession.

Challenges

Recent Sanctions and Tension on Russian soil is holding its growth rate. Brazil GDP growth rate is negative because of high inflation and interest rates. Low Credit rating is also creating troubles for Brazilian economy. Labour unrest, increasing household debt, low investments in infrastructure, unemployment, skill shortage in manufacturing and poor performing education system seem to threaten the South African economy. High competition and low manufacturing production are creating trouble for Indian Market whereas in China, Political unrest, Corruption & Localized Unrest, Human Rights and Religious Freedom, Environmental Issues and China’s Legal Reform are the biggest challenges which China is facing now a days.

This Report Offers:

The study identifies the situation of BRICS, 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. Report will talk about Brazil Economic conditions and future forecast of its current economic crisis, reasons and implications on its growth. The study clarifies that, currently, the BRICS growth is high as compared to the world and it is set to be surpass all the World Economies by 2020, which is expected to grow at an average GDP growth rate of 6.9% 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. Brazil
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. Russia
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. India
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. China
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. South Africa
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Economic Indicators
9.2.1 GDP
9.2.2 GDP Growth
9.2.3 Inflation rate
9.2.4 Interest Rate
9.2.5 Jobless Rate
9.2.6 Fiscal Deficit
9.2.7 Current Account Deficit
9.3 Bubble Chart: Sectors Analysis
9.4 PESTEL Analysis
10. Market Segmentation
11. Investment Opportunities
12. Market Dynamics
13. Agriculture Market
13.1 Drivers
13.1.1 High Arable Land
13.1.2 High Contribution to GDP
13.1.3 Government Initiatives
13.1.4 Priority Sector in Most Countries
13.2 Restraints
13.2.1 Urbanization
13.2.2 High Operational Costs
13.2.3 Limited Water Available in Rural Areas
13.2.4 Outdated Technology in use
13.3 Opportunities
13.3.1 Genetically Modified Crops
13.3.2 Fertilizers
13.3.3 Distribution
13.3.4 Horticulture
14. Banking and Finance
14.1 Drivers
14.1.1 Skilled Labours
14.1.2 Increasing Banking Needs
14.1.3 Robust Economic Growth
14.1.4 People Tend to Save Money
14.1.5 Strong Fundamentals
14.1.6 Investments
14.1.7 Matured Secondary Market
14.1.8 No Taxes on Capital Gains in most countries
14.2 Restraints
14.2.1 Low Interest Rates
14.2.2 High Non Performing Assets
14.2.3 Closed Stock Market for Foreigners
14.2.4 Moderate Credit Rating of Country (Except Brazil)
14.3 Opportunities
14.3.1 Broker in Stock Exchange
14.3.2 Demat Services
14.3.3 Merchant Banking/Investment Banker
14.3.4 Institutional Investor
14.3.5 Market Research
15. Dairy Market
15.1 Drivers
15.1.1 Rise in Packaged Milk Products
15.1.2 Increasing Population
15.1.3 Rising Disposable Income
15.1.4 Changing Consumer Trends
15.1.5 Animal Feed Availability
15.2 Restraints
15.2.1 Slow Economic Growth
15.2.2 High Mortality Rate of Animals
15.2.3 High transportation Costs
15.2.4 Low Margin for Companies
15.3 Opportunities
15.3.1 Need for Advanced Technologies
15.3.2 UHT Milk
15.3.3 Milk Delivery Channels
16. Edible Meat Market
16.1 Drivers
16.1.1 Rising Disposable Income
16.1.2 Need for health Food
16.1.3 Changing Consumer Trends
16.1.4 Economic growth
16.2 Restraints
16.2.1 Low Animal Feed Production/Stock
16.2.2 Low Production
16.2.3 High Transportation Costs
16.2.4 Contains High Calories
16.3 Opportunities
16.3.1 Protein Rich Meat
16.3.2 Healthy Meat
16.3.3 Semi-Finished or Finished Products
16.3.4 Ready to Eat/Cook Meat Products
17. E-Commerce Market
17.1 Drivers
17.1.1 Improving ICT
17.1.2 High penetration of Internet through Smart Phones
17.1.3 Changing Buying Habits (from Brick and Mortar Stores to Online Shopping)
17.1.4 Eclectic Collection of Goods
17.2 Restraints
17.2.1 Quality Concerns
17.2.2 Cyber Security (Phishing Attack)
17.2.3 Storage Systems
17.2.4 Long Time Consumption for Goods Delivery and Return
17.3 Opportunities
17.3.1 Business to Consumer Ecommerce (B2C Ecommerce)
17.3.2 Consumer to Consumer Ecommerce (C2C Ecommerce)
17.3.3 Goods Distribution
17.3.4 Storage Systems
18. FMCG Market
18.1 Drivers
18.1.1 Demand of Ready to Use products
18.1.2 Changing Consumer Trends
18.1.3 Consumers shift to FMCG Products
18.1.4 Rising Disposable Income
18.1.5 Rise in Living Standards
18.2 Restraints
18.2.1 Low Margin in Products
18.2.2 High Use of Raw materials per unit
18.2.3 High Cost of Handling the Raw Material, Semi-Finished and Finished Products
18.3 Opportunities
18.3.1 Research and Development
18.3.2 Ready to Eat/Drink products
18.3.3 Baby Food
18.3.4 Cosmetics
19. Healthcare market
19.1 Drivers
19.1.1 Rise in the number of geriatric population.
19.1.2 Rise of Consumerism
19.1.3 Increasing focus on effective patient care
19.1.4 Incidences of chronic and new types of diseases. (E.g. Ebola)
19.2 Restraints
19.2.1 Lack of skilled personnel to handle sophisticated equipment
19.2.2 Huge healthcare costs.
19.2.3 Too much unnecessary care. (E.g. early elective deliveries)
19.3 Opportunities
19.3.1 Telemedicine
19.3.2 Medical Tourism
19.3.3 Infrastructure.
19.3.4 R&D of new drugs and technologies
20. Information and Communication Technology Market
20.1 Drivers
20.1.1 Increasing Mobility
20.1.2 Decrease in Tarrifs
20.1.3 Growing Urbanization
20.1.4 Growing number of connections
20.2 Restraints
20.2.1 High Operational Costs
20.2.2 Government Policies
20.2.3 High Auction Prices of 2G/3G/4G and Broadband
20.2.4 High Bandwidth Auction Costs
20.3 Opportunities
20.3.1 Landline Broadband Services
20.3.2 Mobile Tower Installations
20.3.3 International Roaming Network Providers
21. Mining Market
21.1 Drivers
21.1.1 Increasing Oil, Gas and Minerals Demand
21.1.2 Rising Offshore Exploration
21.1.3 Advancement in Mining Equipments
21.1.4 Economic growth
21.2 Restraints
21.2.1 Environmental Hazards
21.2.2 High Production Costs
21.2.3 Country Border Conflicts
21.2.4 High Energy Consumption
21.3 Opportunities
21.3.1 Need for Advanced Technologies
21.3.2 Opportunities in Offshore Drilling
21.3.3 Need for Eco Friendly Mining
22. Manufacturing Market
22.1 Drivers
22.1.1 Growth in Construction and related sectors
22.1.2 Advanced technology
22.1.3 Availability of Raw Material
22.1.4 Government Innitiatives
22.2 Restraints
22.2.1 Limited Resources
22.2.2 High Transportation Costs
22.2.3 Low Production
22.2.4 Dependency on other sectors
22.2.5 High Resources Consumption
22.3 Opportunities
22.3.1 Iron and Steel
22.3.2 Machine Manufacturing
22.3.3 Electronics and Computers
22.3.4 Automobile
23. Trade and Logistics Market
23.1 Drivers
23.1.1 Cheap Manpower
23.1.2 Increasing Demand
23.1.3 Robust Economic Growth
23.1.4 Rising Population
23.1.5 Investments
23.1.6 Rising Transportation Needs
23.2 Restraints
23.2.1 High Fuel prices
23.2.2 High Transportation Costs
23.3 Opportunities
23.3.1 Goods Storage Systems
23.3.2 Transportation Services
23.3.3 Heavy Lifts and Cranes
24. Tourism Market
24.1 Drivers
24.1.1 Government Regulations
24.1.2 Leasure and Entertainment
24.1.3 Urbanization
24.1.4 On Arrival Visa facility to most of the countries
24.2 Restraints
24.2.1 High Cost
24.2.2 Limited Land Available
24.2.3 High Overall Construction Cost
24.2.4 Lenghty Government Process
24.3 Opportunities
24.3.1 Broker/Advisor
24.3.2 Disaster Resistant Residence Construction
24.3.3 Readymade Concrete Structures
24.3.4 Interior Designing
25. Water and Sanitation Market
25.1 Drivers
25.1.1 Increasing Requirement
25.1.2 Low Availability in Rural Areas
25.1.3 High Contamination
25.1.4 Low Purification Cost
25.2 Restraints
25.2.1 Government Regulations
25.2.2 Government Mandate on Raw Water Quality Testing
25.2.3 High Transportation Costs
25.2.4 Frequent Filter Replacement in Sanitation
25.3 Opportunities
25.3.1 Bottled Water
25.3.2 20 Liter Bubble Top
25.3.3 Sanitation Plants
25.3.4 Water Purification Plants
26. Industry Value Chain Analysis
27. Industry Attractiveness – Porter’s 5 Force Analysis
28. Industry Policies
29. Agriculture Market
29.1 Summary
29.2 Key Findings
29.3 Production (Country Wise)
29.4 Consumption pattern (Country Wise)
29.5 Major Companies
29.6 Imports
29.6.1 Key Findings
29.6.2 Major Exporting Countries
29.6.3 Prices
29.6.4 Major Companies
29.7 Export
29.7.1 Key Findings
29.7.2 Major Importing Countries
29.7.3 Prices
29.7.4 Major Companies
29.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
29.9 PESTEL Analysis
29.10 Market demand to 2020.
30. Banking and Finance Market
30.1 Summary
30.2 Key Findings
30.3 Banking System
30.3.1 Key Findings
30.3.2 Government Regulations
30.3.3 Banking Sector Performance
30.3.4 Index Performance
30.3.5 Major Banks (Country Wise)
30.3.6 Net Demand and Time Liability (NDTL)
30.3.7 Non Performance Assets (NPA) Trends
30.3.8 Priority Sector Lending Trends
30.4 Financial System
30.4.1 Stock Market
30.4.1.1 Key Findings
30.4.1.2 Major Players
30.4.1.3 Major Companies
30.4.1.4 Government Regulations
30.4.1.5 Index and Its Performance
30.4.1.6 Market Volatility
30.4.1.7 Foreign Investment
30.4.2 Commodity Market
30.4.2.1 Key Findings
30.4.2.2 Major Commodities
30.4.2.3 Major Companies
30.4.2.4 Government Regulations
30.4.2.5 Market Volatility
30.4.2.6 Foreign Investment
30.4.3 Mutual Funds
30.4.3.1 Key Findings
30.4.3.2 Major Commodities
30.4.3.3 Major Trends
30.4.4 Insurance
30.4.4.1 Key Findings
30.4.4.2 Major Commodities
30.4.4.3 Major Trends
30.5 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
30.6 PESTEL Analysis
30.7 Market demand to 2020.
31. Dairy Market
31.1 Summary
31.2 Key Findings
31.3 Fresh Milk
31.3.1 Key Findings
31.3.2 Production
31.3.3 Consumption
31.3.4 Prices
31.3.5 Imports
31.3.6 Exports
31.3.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
31.3.8 PESTEL Analysis
31.3.9 Major Companies
31.4 Butter
31.4.1 Key Findings
31.4.2 Production
31.4.3 Consumption
31.4.4 Prices
31.4.5 Imports
31.4.6 Exports
31.4.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
31.4.8 PESTEL Analysis
31.4.9 Major Companies
31.5 Yogurt
31.5.1 Key Findings
31.5.2 Production
31.5.3 Consumption
31.5.4 Prices
31.5.5 Imports
31.5.6 Exports
31.5.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
31.5.8 PESTEL Analysis
31.5.9 Major Companies
31.6 Cheese
31.6.1 Key Findings
31.6.2 Production
31.6.3 Consumption
31.6.4 Prices
31.6.5 Imports
31.6.6 Exports
31.6.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
31.6.8 PESTEL Analysis
31.6.9 Major Companies
31.7 Cream
31.7.1 Key Findings
31.7.2 Production
31.7.3 Consumption
31.7.4 Prices
31.7.5 Imports
31.7.6 Exports
31.7.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
31.7.8 PESTEL Analysis
31.7.9 Major Companies
31.8 UHT Milk
31.8.1 Key Findings
31.8.2 Production
31.8.3 Consumption
31.8.4 Prices
31.8.5 Imports
31.8.6 Exports
31.8.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
31.8.8 PESTEL Analysis
31.8.9 Major Companies
31.9 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
31.10 PESTEL Analysis
31.11 Market demand to 2020.
32. Edible Meat Market
32.1 Summary
32.2 Key Findings
32.3 Production
32.4 Consumption pattern
32.5 Major Companies
32.6 Bovine
32.6.1 Key Findings
32.6.2 Production
32.6.3 Consumption
32.6.4 Imports (Country Wise)
32.6.5 Exports (Country Wise)
32.6.6 Major Companies
32.6.7 Technologies in Place
32.6.8 Government Regulations
32.6.9 New Developments
32.6.10 Upcoming Companies and projects
32.6.11 Prices
32.6.12 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
32.6.13 PESTEL Analysis
32.6.14 Market demand to 2020.
32.7 Poultry
32.7.1 Key Findings
32.7.2 Production
32.7.3 Consumption
32.7.4 Imports (countries)
32.7.5 Exports (countries)
32.7.6 Major Companies
32.7.7 Technologies in Place
32.7.8 Government Regulations
32.7.9 New Developments
32.7.10 Upcoming Companies and projects
32.7.11 Prices
32.7.12 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
32.7.13 PESTEL Analysis
32.7.14 Market demand to 2020.
32.8 Goat and Sheep
32.8.1 Key Findings
32.8.2 Production
32.8.3 Consumption
32.8.4 Imports (countries)
32.8.5 Exports (countries)
32.8.6 Major Companies
32.8.7 Technologies in Place
32.8.8 Government Regulations
32.8.9 New Developments
32.8.10 Upcoming Companies and projects
32.8.11 Prices
32.8.12 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
32.8.13 PESTEL Analysis
32.8.14 Market demand to 2020.
32.9 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
32.10 PESTEL Analysis
32.11 Market demand to 2020.
33. E-Commerce
33.1 Summary
33.2 Key Findings
33.3 Major Companies
33.4 Business to Business Ecommerce (B2B Ecommerce)
33.4.1 Summary
33.4.2 Key Findings
33.4.3 Major Companies
33.4.4 Market Trends
33.4.5 Major Companies
33.4.6 Upcoming Companies and projects
33.5 Business to Consumer Ecommerce (B2C Ecommerce)
33.5.1 Summary
33.5.2 Key Findings
33.5.3 Major Companies
33.5.4 Market Trends
33.5.5 Major Companies
33.5.6 Upcoming Companies and projects
33.6 Consumer to Business Ecommerce (C2B Ecommerce)
33.6.1 Summary
33.6.2 Key Findings
33.6.3 Major Companies
33.6.4 Market Trends
33.6.5 Major Companies
33.6.6 Upcoming Companies and projects
33.7 Consumer to Consumer Ecommerce (C2C Ecommerce)
33.7.1 Summary
33.7.2 Key Findings
33.7.3 Major Companies
33.7.4 Market Trends
33.7.5 Major Companies
33.7.6 Upcoming Companies and projects
33.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
33.9 PESTEL Analysis
33.10 Market demand to 2020.
34. FMCG Market
34.1 Summary
34.2 Key Findings
34.3 Production
34.4 Consumption
34.5 Major Companies
34.6 Imports
34.6.1 Key Findings
34.6.2 Major Exporting Countries
34.6.3 Prices
34.6.4 Major Companies
34.7 Export
34.7.1 Key Findings
34.7.2 Major Importing Countries
34.7.3 Prices
34.7.4 Major Companies
34.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
34.9 PESTEL Analysis
34.10 Market demand to 2020.
35. Healthcare Market
35.1 Summary
35.2 Key Findings
35.3 Pharmaceutical Market
35.3.1 Key Findings
35.3.2 Production
35.3.3 Sales
35.3.4 Consumption pattern
35.3.5 Exports
35.3.6 Imports
35.3.7 Prices
35.3.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
35.3.9 PESTEL Analysis
35.4 Medical Equipments Market
35.4.1 Key Findings
35.4.2 Production
35.4.3 Sales
35.4.4 Consumption pattern
35.4.5 Exports
35.4.6 Imports
35.4.7 Prices
35.4.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
35.4.9 PESTEL Analysis
35.5 Healthcare IT Market
35.5.1 Key Findings
35.5.2 Production
35.5.3 Sales
35.5.4 Consumption pattern
35.5.5 Exports
35.5.6 Imports
35.5.7 Prices
35.5.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
35.5.9 PESTEL Analysis
35.6 Major Companies
35.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
35.8 PESTEL Analysis
35.9 Market demand to 2020.
36. Information and Communication Market
36.1 Summary
36.2 Key Findings
36.3 Production
36.4 Consumption pattern
36.5 Major Companies
36.6 Imports
36.6.1 Key Findings
36.6.2 Major Exporting Countries
36.6.3 Prices
36.6.4 Major Companies
36.7 Export
36.7.1 Key Findings
36.7.2 Major Importing Countries
36.7.3 Prices
36.7.4 Major Companies
36.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
36.9 PESTEL Analysis
36.10 Market demand to 2020.
37. Mining Market
37.1 Summary
37.2 Key Findings
37.3 Production
37.4 Consumption
37.5 Major Companies
37.6 Minerals
37.6.1 Key Findings
37.6.2 Major Companies
37.6.3 Technologies in Place
37.6.4 Trends in Production
37.6.5 Government Regulations
37.6.6 New Developments
37.6.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
37.6.8 Imports (Country Wise)
37.6.9 Exports (Country Wise)
37.6.10 Prices
37.6.11 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
37.6.12 PESTEL Analysis
37.7 Metals
37.7.1 Key Findings
37.7.2 Major Companies
37.7.3 Technologies in Place
37.7.4 Trends in Production
37.7.5 Government Regulations
37.7.6 New Developments
37.7.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
37.7.8 Imports (countries)
37.7.9 Exports (countries)
37.7.10 Prices
37.7.11 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
37.7.12 PESTEL Analysis
37.8 Gems
37.8.1 Key Findings
37.8.2 Major Companies
37.8.3 Technologies in Place
37.8.4 Trends in Production
37.8.5 Government Regulations
37.8.6 New Developments
37.8.7 Upcoming Companies and projects
37.8.8 Imports (countries)
37.8.9 Exports (countries)
37.8.10 Prices
37.8.11 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
37.8.12 PESTEL Analysis
37.9 Bubble Chart: Coun
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