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Japan Soft Drinks Review 2012 | RnR Market Research

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Scope


- Data includes consumption volumes (million litres & litres per capita) for key soft drinks categories from 2006 to 2011 plus forecasts to 2015.
- Percentage markets shares are provided for key soft drinks categories including segmentation data, packaging data and distribution (2010 and 2011 actuals, plus 2012 forecasts. 
- Leading companies’ market shares for 2010 and 2011 are provided by soft drinks category.
- A market valuation is provided for each soft drinks category and, where applicable, new products in 2011 are identified. 
- Supporting text includes commentary on current and emerging trends, segmentation, packaging, distribution, pricing/valuation and where applicable, functional products and private label.

 

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Reasons To Buy


- Global economic turbulence affects soft drinks market as consumer purchasing power remains low in many markets.
- Rising commodity costs are leading some producers to look at ways at lowering costs, e.g. by producing lower juice content drinks.
- Consumer environmental concerns affecting beverage choices such as packaged water.
- Price promotions and marketing activity were strongly in evidence towards the end of 2012 in Europe and this is expected to continue in to 2013. The climate of heavy promotional activity is expected to raise pressure on Private Label brands and producers.
- Key sporting events in 2012 such as the London Olympic Games and UEFA Championships provide an opportunity for soft drinks.

 

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Microsoft News | Forrester: 32% Of Users Want Windows As Their Next Work Tablet

Microsoft News | Forrester: 32% Of Users Want Windows As Their Next Work Tablet | Business Industry Market Research Report | Scoop.it
According to market research firm #Forrester, 32% of enterprise users want #Windows tablet as their next work device http://t.co/Y0jsSGNc
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Therapeutic Class Report Overview : Hepatitis C Virus Infection | RnR Market Research

Therapeutic Class Report Overview : Hepatitis C Virus Infection | RnR Market Research | Business Industry Market Research Report | Scoop.it

The launch of Protease inhibitors’ (PIs) created a wave in 2011-12 and accelerated the pace of innovation and impressive Sustained Virologic Response (SVR) rates by oral IFN free drug combinations have raised the bar and the expectations of pts, physicians and investors.  Freedom from IFN, treating all genotypes and betting on vaccines could bring a sea of change in the HCV therapy class area in the future.

 

Roche set the trend with the acquisition of Anadys for total of $230m followed by GILD buying VRUS for $11b, Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY) acquired Inhibitex for $2.5b, VRTX acquired Virochem in 2009 for $375m + in-licensed Alios’ VX-135 in 2012 for total of $775m,  and Abbott  in-licensed Enanta’s ABT-450 for total of ~$310m.  In the next spurt of M&A in this sector, we expect companies which offer differentiated MOA to be in the limelight, are (i) Alleviate the need for Ribavarin, (ii) Address resistance, non-responders, Liver cirrhosis, HIV-HCV –co infection etc, (iii) Target  other genotypes, and (iv) Vaccines or Boosters of immune system (toll like receptors). In this report, we have analyzed the novel pipeline candidates, which target unmet needs, offer promise of an ‘all oral IFN-free treatment’ with at par or better efficacy / compliance, and novel vaccine candidates.


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