The report investigates trends in 19 widely varying sectors including construction, real estate and technology. Aside from important markets such as the USA, Europe and Asia, South America is also accounted for.
Characteristic development of offer and demand in various sectors
The “Global Multi-Sector Trend Report 2010” by yStats.com presents many results that can be especially useful for companies that operate in multiple sectors:
- However, US chemical sales will grow just as much as the GDP over the next few years; this development can be attributed to increased living standards and substitution of other natural resources.
- The Asian construction sector is estimated to grow annually by 5% up until 2013, which is double the global average.
- Despite the financial crisis, in Asia the demand for consumer electronics is expected to increase steadily in 2010.
- One of the most important and widely discussed megatrends, healthy food, impacts the food industry worldwide.
- Price competition in the US furniture industry intensified in 2009 as a result of declining demand and the further decreasing middle class.
- The Indian logistics sector is expected to generate 125 billion US dollars in revenue for 2010, which is an increase of 17% compared to 2009.
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