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China’s K12 Tutoring Industry, 2011-2015
The composition of the K12 training industry chain is divided into upstream (Children training materials suppliers, office leasing and teacher resource) and downstream (school-age children and their parents). For a long time, K12 training institutions rely on the products and operations to manage the industry itself; but in the short-term, the foothold of the industry needs to rely on marketing. Primary and secondary school tutoring market in China has increased from CNY 123.8 billion in 2007 to CNY 283.4 billion in 2011; the market growth rate is significant. At present, the number of pupils across the country is 99.26 million; the number of junior school student is 50.67 million; the number of senior high school student is 46.87 million. If 30% of the monthly consumption amount of each child is educational spending, the market prospects of primary and secondary school training market is CNY tens of billions even hundreds of billions. Driven by the huge market demand and development space, many venture capital firms and angel funds have been quietly involved in primary and secondary schools training market. But it is this huge educational spending that promotes the birth and prosperity of the industry. One-to-one personalized education has been popular in China’s first-tier cities. With a general increase of the number of high-income families and the increase of demand for personalized coaching program, personalized education has become more sophisticated in China’s first-tier cities, such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen. But the second-and third-tier cities are still full of opportunities. Many students and parents have urgent needs for personalized education to improve the academic performance of children, solving the child's learning problems. One-to-one personalized education in the second and third tier cities will develop at a compound growth rate of more than 20% in the following five years.
Research on Vehicle Retarder Market in China, 2012-2016
Vehicle retarders are mostly used in the fields of buses, travel and school buses and so on. So far, in China’s bus field, electric eddy retarders accounted for 80%, hydrodynamic retarder accounted for 20%. Truck retarder market is blank. China vehicle retarder market is occupied by Shenzhen Terca, France Telma, Germany Voith and so on, of which, Terca accounted for approximately 30% of the market share of China's auto retarder; Telma accounted for about 25%; Voith and other hydrodynamic retarder products accounted for 20% or so. With the rise of other manufacturers, retarder product supply becomes larger; the current market share will be reallocated in the future. With the opening of trucks retarder market, retarder manufacturers expand the production scale and develop new products so as to improve their competitive position.
China New Medical Reform Policy Specific Analysis and the Influence on Medical Industry 2012
The report is concentrated on the implementation of China New Medical Reform Policy and its influence on China medicine industry. The report analyzes the forthcoming National Essential Medicine List 2012 and conducts a statistics work on provinces added list. Besides, it also had a specific analysis on marketing channel of China medicine enterprises under New Medical Reform Policy. Generally, the report can provide advantageous reference for insiders and help you understand comprehensively China's current health reform process.
Calming and Sleeping in Germany
OTC calming and sleeping products were able to grow in Germany for the second year in a row in 2011, by almost 2% to reach €199 million. A large and, according to industry experts, still growing proportion of the population suffers from sleeping disorders and high stress levels due to work, family or finance related worries, and as long as these disorders are of minor dimension only, try to counteract them by using OTC calming and sleeping products.
Monthly Consumer Packaged Goods Deals Roundup – June 2012
The report provides a review of the mergers and acquisitions (M&As), capital-raising, partnering deals and agreements entered into by CPG companies during June 2012. Using it, dealmakers will effectively gain an insight into deal activity during the month. Additionally, the report provides an overview of all the partnering, alliances and M&A deals announced worldwide.
Jeans in Colombia
In Colombia jeans consumption was higher in men than women by 40%. The working class wears jeans to work and employees in an office setting increased their use of jeans on casual work days. Jeans products were the most preferred trouser type amongst young men in 2011. Women, on the other hand, had other options such as casual trousers or leggings.
Slovakia in 2030 the Future Demographic
The population of Slovakia is set to peak in 2023 at 5.5 million. In 2030, at 5.4 million, it will be 0.5% smaller than at its peak. Nevertheless, this will still represent an increase of 0.8% from 2010. The population will be ageing at a fast pace in 2010-2030 and by 2030 the 65 age group will account for over one fifth of the total population. Hungarians form the largest ethnic minority group and are concentrated in the southern border districts.
Understanding Russia's Regional Health Markets
Russia is a nation of huge economic contrasts. The country has generated a great deal of mineral wealth yet spends a comparatively small amount of GDP on health, at 5.6% in 2010. The Russian health system, in the main, remains outmoded and undercapitalized. But things are changing.
Ukraine Food and Drink Report Q3 2012
Ukraine’s GDP per capita is expected to remain one of the lowest in Europe over the decade ahead. While there is still enormous unrealised potential in terms of political reform and economic growth, without institutional and economic reform, Ukraine’s current economic growth model will prove unsustainable over the coming 10 years. On the back of stagnating exports, rising import bills and a crippled banking sector, we believe the government’s real GDP forecast of 3.9% in 2012 is overly optimistic, and maintain our expectation for economic activity to increase by just 2.5% instead.
Vietnam Commercial Banking Report Q3 2012
Since Q108, we have described numerically the banking business environment for each of the countries surveyed by BMI. We do this through our Commercial Banking Business Environment Rating (CBBER), a measure that ensures we capture the latest quantitative information available. It also ensures consistency across all countries and between the inputs to the CBBER and the Insurance Business Environment Rating, which is likewise now a feature of our insurance reports.
Worldwide Telecoms - Key Industry Statistics and Insights
Despite economic and financial upheavals, the telecoms industry is moving ahead at a fast pace. As a matter of fact our industry is one of the least affected by this turmoil; however the telecoms industry does continue to be involved in a massive transformation.
Trend and Opportunities in the Italian Non-Life Insurance
The liberalization process is expected to support the growth of the non-life insurance segment over the forecast period. As a part of liberalization, the Italian government is aiming to provide discounts to people who can’t afford the motor liability rates in order to stimulate competition, and has introduced seven new articles in order to target the large number of uninsured vehicles, which estimates put at around XX million. Of the seven articles, five are directed towards fraud while the remaining two are designed to encourage competition.
United Kingdom Real Estate Report Q3 2012
The United Kingdom Real Estate report examines the Commercial Office, Retail, Industrial and Construction segments. With a focus on the principal cities of London, Manchester and Glasgow, the report covers the rental market performance in terms of rates and yields over the past 18 months and examines how best to maximise returns in the commercial real estate market, while minimising investment risk and exploring the impact of a variety of factors weighing heavily on the UK’s real estate market.
Trinidad and Tobago Oil and Gas Report Q3 2012
Times are tough for Trinidad & Tobago’s oil and gas industry, with 2011 oil output having slumped, and US demand for the country’s gas exports on the slide. The government expects an upturn in 2012 drilling activity and, with several new smaller international oil companies (IOCs) now involved as well as a 2012 deepwater bidding round, there is scope to slow the rate of decline in oil production.
China Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report Q3 2012
Despite the country’s calls for cheaper pharmaceutical access, we maintained that China will be a highly attractive market for pharmaceutical players. In addition, its strong pharmaceutical and medical devices trade in 2011 and in the first quarter of 2012 highlight that the general weakness in its macroeconomic has not filter down to the sector and instead the sector performance will largely hinge on the country’s healthcare reform plans and the subsequent release of its Second National Essential Drug List this year.
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