New Market Research Reports on Paint Industries in Central Asia, Eastern and Central Europe

Paints and coatings industry executives seeking strategically significant competitor information, analysis and critical insight need look no further. As the number of construction projects increases, consumers resume their spending and as the demand for industrial production is raised, the paints and coatings market will benefit. At the same time, there are a number of factors inhibiting market growth, such as more stringent environmental regulations and higher prices of base ingredients. While some of these factors may not affect the paints and coatings market as a whole, specific segments of the market may be influenced.

Three new market research reports, available immediately from Global Information (GII), offer unique and valuable insight into the shifting paint market, providing detailed information that will prove indispensable for CEOs, marketers, product managers, engineers, suppliers, government agencies, investors, analysts and regulators.

The regional paint industry profiles offer country by country chapters encompassing local industry and main manufacturers, paint imports and exports, paint market forecasts, and key paint market trends. Paint market consumption data is split into nine key en-use segments like architectural, general industrial, protective, marine, industrial wood, auto OEM, auto refinish, and plastic and powder. Market data is organized by technology type (water-based, solvent-based, UV cured, powder) and chemistry (Alkyd, Epoxy, PU, Acrylic, NC, Vinyl/Styrene, Polyster).

The geographical scope of "A Profile of the Central Asian Paint Industry" covers the following countries: Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

A full table of contents for the report can be found here, and free sample pages from the full report are available here.

The geographical scope of "A Profile of the Eastern European Paint Industry" covers the following countries: Armenia, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine.

A full table of contents for the report can be found here, and free sample pages from the full report are available here.

The geographical scope of "A Profile of the Central European Paint Industry" covers the following countries: Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia.

Source: http://www.giiresearch.com/

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