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

  • ID: 4388651
  • Country Profile
  • Region: ASEAN
  • 151 pages
  • Mordor Intelligence
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ASEAN was founded in 1967 by Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand. Later Brunei, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar were also added to this economically motivated organization. Its prime goal is to increase trade and investments in the region and bring peace and prosperity. ASEAN is a global hub of manufacturing and trade, as well as one of the fastest growing retail markets in the world.

Together, the ASEAN countries are the 7th largest economy in the world, with a combined GDP of US$ 2.4 trillion in 2013. Most important factor apart from strongly growing manufacturing sector and trade sector is ‘Low Inflation’. Inflation adjusted at just 2.8% in ASEAN in 2013, which is one-third of India and lower than world average. ASEAN has surpassed the world in GDP growth, with an average growth of 5% year-on-year. Some members have shown exemplary growth, like Vietnam which doubled its GDP per capita from US$ 1300 in 1995 to US$ 2600 in 2006 in just 11 years.

The ASEAN countries are very different from each other. Singapore’s GDP per capita is almost 30 times more than Laos and more than 50 times higher than Myanmar and Cambodia. Indonesia alone accounts for 40% of the GDP among ASEAN countries, and is also a member of G20. ASEAN countries possesses very vast and diverse cultures: Indonesia is almost 90% Muslim, while the Philippines is more than 80% Roman Catholic, and Thailand is more than 95% Buddhist.

FDI in ASEAN in 2013 continued to surge and was about on par with that in China, for the first time since 1993. FDI inflows exceeded US$ 122 billion pushing the inward FDI stock to US$ 1.6 trillion. ASEAN attracted more than 16% of global FDI during the same period.

Today, 22% of population in ASEAN lives in cities and their urban areas accounted to more than 52% of combined GDP of all ASEAN countries. Urban contribution to the combined economy is expected to reach 60% of the combined GDP by 2020.


Indonesia is one of the fastest growing and most promising economy in Asia. Indonesia's high growth rate in recent years was driven by high mineral exports, which accounts to 37.68% of total exports in value terms. Indonesia GDP is growing at a moderate rate of 5% in 2015. Indonesia was once a member of OPEC, but in January 2009, had its membership revoked. Machine imports have increased for the country, reaching 24.67% of total imports in value terms.

In 2014, Indonesia’s major business partners are Asian Countries. These countries accounted for 71% of Import and 75% of Exports. China, Japan and Singapore are the biggest trade markets for Indonesia. Manufacturing and mining provides the backbone to the economy and is the major source of employment. However, agriculture provides livelihood to most of the population in the country.

As of 2014, Indonesia is home to 249.86 million. This number is expected to reach 271 million by 2020, with the majority of the population lying between ages 20-35, and living in urban areas. High population growth is due to high birth rate, better living conditions and improved healthcare.


Malaysia is one of the few developing countries in the Asia pacific region which has used its abundant natural resources to grow sustainably. From being a major exporter of raw materials, the country has diversified in to other aspects of the economy. Taking a major share in the exports market is the manufacturing sector, making up almost 60% of the total exports. In the year 2014, Malaysia saw a slowdown in private investments and government expenditure; however, surge in exports boosted the GDP growth to 6% year-on-year. The GDP of the region recorded US$312.44 billion with a GDP per capita of US$6990. While agriculture and mining account for 9% of GDP each, services is the largest, accounting for 54% of GDP, followed by manufacturing making up 25% of GDP. Despite low and fluctuating global oil prices and lower energy export prices, we expect the growth rate to slow down to 4.7% in 2015 and pick up pace to touch 5% in 2016.


Philippines is 3rd fastest growing and most promising economy in the world. Philippines's high growth rate in recent years was driven by high integrated circuits and computers & accessories export, which accounts to 38.13% of total exports in value terms. Philippines GDP is growing at a high rate of 6.9% in 2015. Imports of Machines have increased, reaching 31.97% of total imports in value terms and mineral products have a share of 20.86% of total imports.

As of 2014, Philippines’s most important business partners are China and Japan. Together, they account for 24% in Import and 36.16% in Exports. Asia is the biggest trade market for Philippines. Machine Manufacturing provides the backbone to the economy and is the major source of employment in the country. Although, Agriculture provides the main livelihood to most of the population in the country.


Not many countries have been able to effect the rise out of colonial exploitation with the determination that Singapore, one of the most prosperous nation-states in the world, has. The country is one of the Four Asian Tigers, or the four Asian countries which benefited from massive growth between 1960s and 1990s, going on to attain competitive advantage in one or more fields. Singapore’s 1965 GDP per capita of US$511 pales in comparison to its GDP per capita of US$55,182. It is the only Asian country to achieve a triple-A rating from all credit agencies, and to sustain it.

Singapore’s population is 100% urbanized. Cities boast of a well-developed transport infrastructure. While manufacturing drove the growth of the newly independent Singapore, today, services contribute to about 72% of Singapore’s GDP. Within servicers, retail and wholesale, business services, finance and insurance, transport and storage, and others are the highest contributors.


Thailand is growing at a moderate rate and is one of the most promising countries in the Asia-Pacific region, with exploding tourism and a vast manufacturing sector. Thailand's high growth rate in recent years was driven by Machines, and Plastic & Rubber export, which accounts for 43.77% of total exports in value terms. Thailand’s GDP grew at a slow rate of 2.3% in 2015. Deflation is a major factor for increased tourism as well as slowdown in economy. Imports of Gold and Crude Oil have increased the country reaching 10.1% of total imports in value terms and Metals products have a share of 14.55% of total imports.

Thailand’s major business partners are China and Japan in 2014, making up 40.36% in Import and 24.54% in Exports. Asia is the biggest trade market for Thailand. Computer Manufacturing and Rubber provides the backbone to the economy and is the most important source of revenue of the country. However, Tourism provides the main livelihood to most of the population in the country. Bangkok has more tourism than any other country in Asia-Pacific, with most people lying between ages 20-35. Fun and leisure is also the most growing sector of the country.

Myanmar (Burma):

Myanmar is a Buddhist country trying really hard to preserve its ethnicity and religion. Recently, Myanmar lower house passed Four (4) religious bills but came into controversy for deviating from Right of Religion, UN Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. In short, these bills do not accord with international human rights, law and standards.

Myanmar’s GDP is worth US$53 billion as of 2014, with an expected GDP growth rate of 6.5% in 2015, which is 4th highest among the ASEAN countries.


Cambodia’s GDP is just US$ 15 billion with a GDP growth of 7.2%, second highest among ASEAN countries. After achieving independence in 1953, Cambodia faced severe wars and destruction of its territory by Vietnam, the Khmer Dynasty and the French.

Cambodia’s rulers and population followed Hinduism. They later converted to Mahayana Buddhism. Currently, 96% of the population follows Buddhism in the country.


Laos has its roots in the ancient Lao Kingdom, which ruled the country for more than 300 years. Laos became a member of ASEAN in 1997 and WTO in 2013. Laos has the highest growing GDP among ASEAN countries with an expected GDP growth of 7.6% in 2015. Current GDP stands at US$ 11 billion.


Brunei is the worst performing country in ASEAN. With a GDP of just US$ 16 billion, Brunei’s GDP is decreasing at an expected rate of 0.2% YoY. Brunei is in deflation and prices are decreasing by 0.1%. Government budget is at 11.4%, which means they are spending around 80-90% of their income. Brunei has high current account surplus of almost 43%, which is one of the highest in the world.

Brunei is a big exporter of Oil and gas, which accounts to 96% of its exports. Most of it is exported to Japan, South Korea and India.


Key factors in the growth of ASEAN nations are high reserves, economic growth, availability of raw materials, rising transportation needs, un-matured and untapped markets in most of the countries, young workforce and cheap labour.


ASEAN Countries market is badly affected by low GDP, old technology, undeveloped infrastructure, traditional agriculture practices, low disposable income (except Singapore), low investments and isolated economy. Slump in oil prices in 2015, decreased the revenue of Indonesia and Brunei.

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Market Definition for the specified topic along with identification of key drivers and restraints for the market.
Market analysis for the ASEAN Countries market, with region specific assessments and competition analysis on a global and regional scale.
Identification of factors instrumental in changing the market scenarios, rising prospective opportunities and identification of key companies which can influence the market on a global and regional scale.
Extensively researched competitive landscape section with profiles of major companies along with their strategic initiatives and market shares.
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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. Brunei
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. Cambodia
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. Indonesia
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. Laos
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. Malaysia
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. Myanmar
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Economic Indicators
10.2.1 GDP
10.2.2 GDP Growth
10.2.3 Inflation rate
10.2.4 Interest Rate
10.2.5 Jobless Rate
10.2.6 Fiscal Deficit
10.2.7 Current Account Deficit
10.3 Bubble Chart: Sectors Analysis
10.4 PESTEL Analysis
11. Philippines
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Economic Indicators
11.2.1 GDP
11.2.2 GDP Growth
11.2.3 Inflation rate
11.2.4 Interest Rate
11.2.5 Jobless Rate
11.2.6 Fiscal Deficit
11.2.7 Current Account Deficit
11.3 Bubble Chart: Sectors Analysis
11.4 PESTEL Analysis
12. Singapore
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Economic Indicators
12.2.1 GDP
12.2.2 GDP Growth
12.2.3 Inflation rate
12.2.4 Interest Rate
12.2.5 Jobless Rate
12.2.6 Fiscal Deficit
12.2.7 Current Account Deficit
12.3 Bubble Chart: Sectors Analysis
12.4 PESTEL Analysis
13. Thailand
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Economic Indicators
13.2.1 GDP
13.2.2 GDP Growth
13.2.3 Inflation rate
13.2.4 Interest Rate
13.2.5 Jobless Rate
13.2.6 Fiscal Deficit
13.2.7 Current Account Deficit
13.3 Bubble Chart: Sectors Analysis
13.4 PESTEL Analysis
14. Vietnam
14.1 Introduction
14.2 Economic Indicators
14.2.1 GDP
14.2.2 GDP Growth
14.2.3 Inflation rate
14.2.4 Interest Rate
14.2.5 Jobless Rate
14.2.6 Fiscal Deficit
14.2.7 Current Account Deficit
14.3 Bubble Chart: Sectors Analysis
14.4 PESTEL Analysis
15. Market Segmentation
16. Investment Opportunities
17. Market Dynamics
18. Agriculture Market
18.1 Drivers
18.1.1 Arable Land
18.1.2 High Contribution to GDP
18.1.3 Government Initiatives
18.2 Restraints
18.2.1 Urbanization
18.2.2 Low Production
18.2.3 Limited Water Availability in Rural Areas
18.3 Opportunities
18.3.1 Genetically Modified Crops
18.3.2 Fertilizers
18.3.3 Distribution
18.3.4 Horticulture
19. Banking and Finance
19.1 Drivers
19.1.1 Skilled Labour
19.1.2 Increasing Banking Needs
19.1.3 Investments
19.2 Restraints
19.2.1 Low GDP of most of the countries
19.2.2 High Non-Performing Assets
19.2.3 Closed Stock Market for Foreigners
19.3 Opportunities
19.3.1 Broker in Stock Exchange
19.3.2 Demat Services
19.3.3 Merchant Banking/Investment Banker
20. Dairy Market
20.1 Drivers
20.1.1 Increasing Population
20.1.2 Rising Disposable Income
20.1.3 Changing Consumer Trends
20.2 Restraints
20.2.1 Slow Economic Growth
20.2.2 High Mortality Rate of Animals
20.2.3 High Transportation Costs
20.2.4 Low Margin for Companies
20.2.5 High Infection/Diseases
20.3 Opportunities
20.3.1 UHT Milk
20.3.2 Need for Advanced Technologies
20.3.3 Ready to Eat/Drink Products
21. Edible Meat Market
21.1 Drivers
21.1.1 Rising Disposable Income
21.1.2 Need for Healthy Food
21.1.3 Changing Consumer Trends
21.1.4 Economic Growth
21.1.5 Improving Tourism
21.2 Restraints
21.2.1 Low Demand due to Religion in Some Countries
21.2.2 Low Animal Feed Stock/Production
21.2.3 High Transportation Costs
21.2.4 Low GDP per capita in most of the countries
21.3 Opportunities
21.3.1 Protein Rich Meat
21.3.2 Healthy Meat
21.3.3 Semi-Finished or Finished Products
21.3.4 Ready to Eat/Cook Meat Products
22. E-Commerce Market
22.1 Drivers
22.1.1 Improving ICT
22.1.2 High penetration of Internet through Smart Phones
22.1.3 Changing Buying Habits (from Brick and Mortar Stores to Online Shopping)
22.1.4 Eclectic Collection of Goods
22.2 Restraints
22.2.1 Quality Concerns
22.2.2 Cyber Security (Phishing Attack)
22.2.3 Storage Systems
22.3 Opportunities
22.3.1 Business to Consumer Ecommerce (B2C Ecommerce)
22.3.2 Consumer to Consumer Ecommerce (C2C Ecommerce)
22.3.3 Goods Distribution
22.3.4 Storage Systems
23. FMCG Market
23.1 Drivers
23.1.1 Demand for Ready to Use Products
23.1.2 Changing Consumer Trends
23.1.3 Consumers Shift to FMCG Products
23.1.4 Rising Disposable Income
23.1.5 Rise in Living Standards
23.2 Restraints
23.2.1 Low Margin in Products
23.2.2 High Use of Raw Materials
23.2.3 High Cost of Handling the Raw Material, Semi-Finished and Finished Products
23.3 Opportunities
23.3.1 Research and Development
23.3.2 Ready to Eat/Drink products
23.3.3 Baby Food
23.3.4 Cosmetics
24. Healthcare market
24.1 Drivers
24.1.1 Rise in Geriatric Population.
24.1.2 Rise of Consumerism
24.1.3 Increasing Focus on Effective Patient Care
24.1.4 Incidences of Chronic and New Types of Diseases. (E.g. Ebola)
24.2 Restraints
24.2.1 Lack of Skilled Personnel to Handle Sophisticated Equipment
24.2.2 Exorbitant Healthcare Costs
24.2.3 High Incidence of Unnecessary Care (E.g. early elective deliveries)
24.3 Opportunities
24.3.1 Telemedicine
24.3.2 Medical Tourism
24.3.3 Infrastructure.
24.3.4 R&D of new drugs and technologies
25. Information and Communication Technology Market
25.1 Drivers
25.1.1 Increasing Mobility
25.1.2 Decrease in Tariffs
25.1.3 Growing Urbanization
25.1.4 Growing Number of Connections
25.2 Restraints
25.2.1 High Operational Costs
25.2.2 Government Policies
25.2.3 High Auction Prices of 2G/3G/4G and Broadband
25.2.4 High Bandwidth Auction Costs
25.2.5 Old Technology in Most of the Countries
25.3 Opportunities
25.3.1 Landline Broadband Services
25.3.2 Mobile Tower Installations
25.3.3 International Roaming Network Providers
26. Mining Market
26.1 Drivers
26.1.1 Increasing Oil, Gas and Minerals Demand
26.1.2 Rising Offshore Exploration
26.1.3 Advancement in Mining Equipments
26.1.4 Economic Growth
26.2 Restraints
26.2.1 Environmental Hazards
26.2.2 High Production Costs
26.2.3 High Energy Consumption
26.3 Opportunities
26.3.1 Need for Advanced Technology
26.3.2 Opportunities in Offshore Drilling
26.3.3 Need for Eco Friendly Mining
27. Manufacturing Market
27.1 Drivers
27.1.1 Growth in Construction and Related Sectors
27.1.2 Advanced technology
27.1.3 Availability of Raw Material
27.1.4 Government Initiatives
27.2 Restraints
27.2.1 Limited Resources
27.2.2 High Transportation Costs
27.2.3 Low Production
27.2.4 High Dependency on Other Sectors
27.2.5 High Resources Consumption
27.3 Opportunities
27.3.1 Iron and Steel
27.3.2 Machine Manufacturing
27.3.3 Electronics and Computers
27.3.4 Automobiles
28. Trade and Logistics Market
28.1 Drivers
28.1.1 Cheap Manpower
28.1.2 Increasing Demand
28.1.3 Robust Economic Growth
28.1.4 Rising Population
28.1.5 Investments
28.1.6 Rising Transportation Needs
28.1.7 Geographical Location
28.2 Restraints
28.2.1 High Fuel prices
28.2.2 High Transportation Costs
28.3 Opportunities
28.3.1 Goods Storage Systems
28.3.2 Transportation Services
28.3.3 Heavy Lifts and Cranes
29. Tourism Market
29.1 Drivers
29.1.1 Government Regulations
29.1.2 Leisure and Entertainment
29.1.3 Urbanization
29.1.4 On Arrival Visa Facility to Most of the Countries
29.1.5 Weak Currency for Most of the Countries
29.2 Restraints
29.2.1 Payment in US Dollars Only
29.2.2 High Fares
29.2.3 High Overall Construction Cost
29.3 Opportunities
29.3.1 Broker/Advisor
29.3.2 Travel Agents
29.3.3 Resorts/Hotels
30. Water and Sanitation Market
30.1 Drivers
30.1.1 Increasing Requirement
30.1.2 Low Availability in Rural Areas
30.1.3 High Contamination
30.1.4 Low Purification Cost
30.2 Restraints
30.2.1 Government Regulations
30.2.2 Government Mandate on Raw Water Quality Testing
30.2.3 High Transportation Costs
30.2.4 Frequent Filter Replacement in Sanitation
30.3 Opportunities
30.3.1 Bottled Water
30.3.2 20 Liter Bubble Top
30.3.3 Sanitation Plants
30.3.4 Water Purification Plants
31. Industry Value Chain Analysis
32. Industry Attractiveness – Porter’s 5 Force Analysis
33. Industry Policies
34. Agriculture Market
34.1 Summary
34.2 Key Findings
34.3 Production (Country Wise)
34.4 Consumption pattern (Country Wise)
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. Banking and Finance Market
35.1 Summary
35.2 Key Findings
35.3 Banking System
35.3.1 Key Findings
35.3.2 Government Regulations
35.3.3 Banking Sector Performance
35.3.4 Index Performance
35.3.5 Major Banks (Country Wise)
35.3.6 Net Demand and Time Liability (NDTL)
35.3.7 Non Performance Assets (NPA) Trends
35.3.8 Priority Sector Lending Trends
35.4 Financial System
35.4.1 Stock Market Key Findings Major Players Major Companies Government Regulations Index and Its Performance Market Volatility Foreign Investment
35.4.2 Commodity Market Key Findings Major Commodities Major Companies Government Regulations Market Volatility Foreign Investment
35.4.3 Mutual Funds Key Findings Major Commodities Major Trends
35.4.4 Insurance Key Findings Major Commodities Major Trends
35.5 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
35.6 PESTEL Analysis
35.7 Market demand to 2020.
36. Dairy Market
36.1 Summary
36.2 Key Findings
36.3 Fresh Milk
36.3.1 Key Findings
36.3.2 Production
36.3.3 Consumption
36.3.4 Prices
36.3.5 Imports
36.3.6 Exports
36.3.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
36.3.8 PESTEL Analysis
36.3.9 Major Companies
36.4 Butter
36.4.1 Key Findings
36.4.2 Production
36.4.3 Consumption
36.4.4 Prices
36.4.5 Imports
36.4.6 Exports
36.4.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
36.4.8 PESTEL Analysis
36.4.9 Major Companies
36.5 Yogurt
36.5.1 Key Findings
36.5.2 Production
36.5.3 Consumption
36.5.4 Prices
36.5.5 Imports
36.5.6 Exports
36.5.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
36.5.8 PESTEL Analysis
36.5.9 Major Companies
36.6 Cheese
36.6.1 Key Findings
36.6.2 Production
36.6.3 Consumption
36.6.4 Prices
36.6.5 Imports
36.6.6 Exports
36.6.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
36.6.8 PESTEL Analysis
36.6.9 Major Companies
36.7 Cream
36.7.1 Key Findings
36.7.2 Production
36.7.3 Consumption
36.7.4 Prices
36.7.5 Imports
36.7.6 Exports
36.7.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
36.7.8 PESTEL Analysis
36.7.9 Major Companies
36.8 UHT Milk
36.8.1 Key Findings
36.8.2 Production
36.8.3 Consumption
36.8.4 Prices
36.8.5 Imports
36.8.6 Exports
36.8.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
36.8.8 PESTEL Analysis
36.8.9 Major Companies
36.9 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
36.10 PESTEL Analysis
36.11 Market demand to 2020.
37. Edible Meat Market
37.1 Summary
37.2 Key Findings
37.3 Production
37.4 Consumption pattern
37.5 Major Companies
37.6 Bovine
37.6.1 Key Findings
37.6.2 Production
37.6.3 Consumption
37.6.4 Imports (Country Wise)
37.6.5 Exports (Country Wise)
37.6.6 Major Companies
37.6.7 Technologies in Place
37.6.8 Government Regulations
37.6.9 New Developments
37.6.10 Upcoming Companies and projects
37.6.11 Prices
37.6.12 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
37.6.13 PESTEL Analysis
37.6.14 Market demand to 2020.
37.7 Poultry
37.7.1 Key Findings
37.7.2 Production
37.7.3 Consumption
37.7.4 Imports (countries)
37.7.5 Exports (countries)
37.7.6 Major Companies
37.7.7 Technologies in Place
37.7.8 Government Regulations
37.7.9 New Developments
37.7.10 Upcoming Companies and projects
37.7.11 Prices
37.7.12 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
37.7.13 PESTEL Analysis
37.7.14 Market demand to 2020.
37.8 Goat and Sheep
37.8.1 Key Findings
37.8.2 Production
37.8.3 Consumption
37.8.4 Imports (countries)
37.8.5 Exports (countries)
37.8.6 Major Companies
37.8.7 Technologies in Place
37.8.8 Government Regulations
37.8.9 New Developments
37.8.10 Upcoming Companies and projects
37.8.11 Prices
37.8.12 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
37.8.13 PESTEL Analysis
37.8.14 Market demand to 2020.
37.9 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
37.10 PESTEL Analysis
37.11 Market demand to 2020.
38. E-Commerce
38.1 Summary
38.2 Key Findings
38.3 Major Companies
38.4 Business to Business Ecommerce (B2B Ecommerce)
38.4.1 Summary
38.4.2 Key Findings
38.4.3 Major Companies
38.4.4 Market Trends
38.4.5 Major Companies
38.4.6 Upcoming Companies and projects
38.5 Business to Consumer Ecommerce (B2C Ecommerce)
38.5.1 Summary
38.5.2 Key Findings
38.5.3 Major Companies
38.5.4 Market Trends
38.5.5 Major Companies
38.5.6 Upcoming Companies and projects
38.6 Consumer to Business Ecommerce (C2B Ecommerce)
38.6.1 Summary
38.6.2 Key Findings
38.6.3 Major Companies
38.6.4 Market Trends
38.6.5 Major Companies
38.6.6 Upcoming Companies and projects
38.7 Consumer to Consumer Ecommerce (C2C Ecommerce)
38.7.1 Summary
38.7.2 Key Findings
38.7.3 Major Companies
38.7.4 Market Trends
38.7.5 Major Companies
38.7.6 Upcoming Companies and projects
38.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
38.9 PESTEL Analysis
38.10 Market demand to 2020.
39. FMCG Market
39.1 Summary
39.2 Key Findings
39.3 Production
39.4 Consumption
39.5 Major Companies
39.6 Imports
39.6.1 Key Findings
39.6.2 Major Exporting Countries
39.6.3 Prices
39.6.4 Major Companies
39.7 Export
39.7.1 Key Findings
39.7.2 Major Importing Countries
39.7.3 Prices
39.7.4 Major Companies
39.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
39.9 PESTEL Analysis
39.10 Market demand to 2020.
40. Healthcare Market
40.1 Summary
40.2 Key Findings
40.3 Pharmaceutical Market
40.3.1 Key Findings
40.3.2 Production
40.3.3 Sales
40.3.4 Consumption pattern
40.3.5 Exports
40.3.6 Imports
40.3.7 Prices
40.3.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
40.3.9 PESTEL Analysis
40.4 Medical Equipments Market
40.4.1 Key Findings
40.4.2 Production
40.4.3 Sales
40.4.4 Consumption pattern
40.4.5 Exports
40.4.6 Imports
40.4.7 Prices
40.4.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
40.4.9 PESTEL Analysis
40.5 Healthcare IT Market
40.5.1 Key Findings
40.5.2 Production
40.5.3 Sales
40.5.4 Consumption pattern
40.5.5 Exports
40.5.6 Imports
40.5.7 Prices
40.5.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
40.5.9 PESTEL Analysis
40.6 Major Companies
40.7 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
40.8 PESTEL Analysis
40.9 Market demand to 2020.
41. Information and Communication Market
41.1 Summary
41.2 Key Findings
41.3 Production
41.4 Consumption pattern
41.5 Major Companies
41.6 Imports
41.6.1 Key Findings
41.6.2 Major Exporting Countries
41.6.3 Prices
41.6.4 Major Companies
41.7 Export
41.7.1 Key Findings
41.7.2 Major Importing Countries
41.7.3 Prices
41.7.4 Major Companies
41.8 Bubble Chart: Country Analysis
41.9 PESTEL Analysis
41.10 Market demand to 2020.
42. Mining Market
42.1 Summary
42.2 Key Findings
42.3 Production
42.4 Consumption
42.5 Major Companies
42.6 Minerals
42.6.1 Key Findings
42.6.2 Major Companies
42.6.3 Technologies in Place
42.6.4 Trends i
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