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The lighting fixtures market in Latin America

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The lighting fixtures market in Latin America has been evaluated by CSIL in USD 5,4 billion in 2012, which reflects an average yearly increase by 7% since 2007, when lighting market in Latin America was evaluated in USD 3,8 billion. Brazil and Mexico are the main markets of the Region. Mexico is the major exporter of lighting fixtures, almost exclusively to the North American market. Imports of this area represent around 20% of total consumption. Market share for the top ten companies hold around 30% of the lighting fixtures market in Colombia while is around 20% for Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Mexico. CSIL report The lighting fixtures market in Latin America offers an analysis of the lighting fixtures market in six Latin American countries, providing lighting fixtures industry statistics (production, consumption, imports, exports), sales data and market shares of the top manufacturers in this area and of the major companies in each country considered. Lighting fixtures industry production is broken down by segment (residential lighting, commercial lighting, industrial lighting and outdoor lighting). Trend of employment and turnover per employee in a sample of companies is also included. Trend of exports and imports, by country and by geographical area, is given. Addresses of about 220 lighting fixtures companies operating in Latin America are also included. Countries covered: Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Venezuela.

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Paper provided by Centre for Industrial Studies (CSIL) in its series CSIL reports with number S58.

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Length: 124 pages
Date of creation: Dec 2013
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Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:s58

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