Posts Tagged ‘RNCOS’

04.29
15

Egyptian Banking System Expanding on Middle Class, Financial Meltdown Ineffective

by como ·

RNCOS, a leading market research firm, said in its new report -Egypt Banking Sector Analysis-, with the significantly low penetration and growing middle class segment, the total deposits at banks in Egypt are projected to grow at a CAGR of 14% from 2007-08 to 2010-11.

As per the report, banking penetration is quite low in Egypt and most of the Egyptians are still unbanked. This is evident from the fact that only 10% of Egyptians currently have a bank account, and only 4% had a debit card as on end of 2007. But the growing middle class population (due to increasing income) and rising awareness level is enabling this unbanked population to access banking services like bank deposits facility. Thus, prospects of the banking sector are reasonably bright as the emergence of middle class population will support the rising demand of banking services like saving and current account deposits and related services like payment cards.

But the most astonishing fact about the Egyptian banking industry is that it will remain unaffected by the ongoing economic meltdown. As per a Research Analyst at RNCOS, -We do not see any significant impact of global financial turmoil on the deposits as the Egyptian system is dominated by state-owned banks. Otherwise also, the system is enjoying a high-support environment, with the country’s authorities having historically demonstrated both their willingness and their ability to intervene and prevent a banking default by any of the Egyptian banks, irrespective of their size or relative importance to the system.-

-Egypt Banking Sector Analysis- provides a comprehensive research and prudent analysis on the banking industry of Egypt. This extensive research will help the clients to identify the market trends and evaluate the leading-edge opportunities critical to the success of the banking industry in the country. This study gives an overview on the various factors driving the banking industry, together with the forces that are blocking the growth of the industry.

This research supplements the past and current information on the Egyptian banking market with forecast on various important industry aspects, including population, consumer durables (television, refrigerators and washing machines), Internet penetration, mobile subscribers, passenger car registrations, banking deposits, loans with the possible sub-categories and net interest income.

About RNCOS:

RNCOS, incorporated in the year 2002, is an industry research firm. We are a team of industry experts who analyze data collected from credible sources. We provide industry insights and analysis that helps corporations to take timely and accurate business decision in today’s globally competitive environment.

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04.2
14

Indian Wine Industry Forecast to 2012

by como ·

India has emerged as one of the fastest growing markets for wine on the global map. Despite the country’s vast population of over 1.1 Billion, the consumption of wine remains extremely low. The per capita consumption of wine in the country was estimated at around 9 Milliliters in 2008, indicating huge potential for growth in the coming years.

Various factors such as favorable government policies, increasing disposable income, amplified wine marketing and influence of western culture are helping to drive India’s wine consumption. According to our latest research report, -Indian Wine Industry Forecast to 2012-, wine consumption in India is expected to grow by 25-30% annually between 2009 and 2012.

We have found that various policies by the state level governments are encouraging domestic wine producers to set up their own wineries in the country, giving a boost to the domestic industry. Efforts by the Maharashtra and Karnataka governments remain far-fetched in this regard. However, such measures have raised concerns to WTO which states that India is adopting protectionist policies for its domestic wine industry meanwhile curbing growth of imports.

While local players are including affordable imported wines in their portfolios to attract new consumers, foreign firms are trying hard to expand in the market owing to high rate of tax levied. Our research indicates that the premium wine segment in the country is dominated by imported wines. This is because domestic wines are still unable to demand a high price, largely because of low brand awareness and lack of quality taste. Meanwhile, total consumption is dominated by domestically-produced cheap wine.

-Indian Wine Industry Forecast to 2012- provides extensive research and rational analysis on the wine market in India. Our research gives deep insight into India’s wine consumption in terms of domestically-produced and imported wines, price structure, sales by location, type of wine consumed and a possible regional segmentation. Our research also highlights the market trends and developments that are expected to play key role in the growth of Indian wine market over the forecast period. Besides this, the report provides thorough analysis on the wine production, wine exports and wine imports of the country.

For FREE SAMPLE of this report visit: http://www.rncos.com/Report/IM225.htm

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About RNCOS:

RNCOS, incorporated in the year 2002, is an industry research firm. We are a team of industry experts who analyze data collected from credible sources. We provide industry insights and analysis that helps corporations to take timely and accurate business decision in today’s globally competitive environment.