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The lighting fixtures market in Turkey


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This report offers an overview of the lighting fixtures market in Turkey, providing trends in lighting fixtures production and consumption, imports and exports, distribution and prices for both indoor and outdoor lighting. The lighting fixtures market is broken down highlighting the two main market segments for lighting fixtures: decorative/residential lighting and non-residential lighting (architectural/commercial lighting, industrial lighting and outdoor lighting, altogether so-called Technical lighting). The breakdown of Turkish lighting fixtures exports and imports is provided by country and by geographical area (Americas, Asia and Pacific, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Other countries). A breakdown of lighting fixtures exports and imports is also provided by segment: residential lighting, commercial lighting, Christmas and traffic lighting, lighting fixtures components. Reference prices are given for the main lighting products (chandelliers and suspensions, floor and table lamps, wall lamps, commercial and outdoor lighting fixtures) in a sample of stores. An overview of the lighting fixtures distribution in Turkey is offered with data on sales breakdown by distribution channel in a sample of companies and country estimate. An overview of competitive system is outlined, with data on lighting fixtures sales and market shares for the major lighting fixtures companies present on the Turkish market, for each segment: residential lighting, commercial lighting, industrial lighting, outdoor lighting. Short profiles of the major Turkish companies operating in the lighting fixtures sector are also included. Macroeconomic indicators with information on Turkish economy, population by town, real growth of GDP are also provided.

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Paper provided by Centre for Industrial Studies (CSIL) in its series CSIL reports with number S45.

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Length: 69 pages
Date of creation: May 2013
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Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:s45

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