The office furniture market in Asia Pacific
The Asia Pacific market for office furniture (Australia, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam) is estimated by CSIL at US$ 7 billion in 2013. Over the last decade, the Region grew at 4% yearly average, both in terms of production and consumption. The Report. 'The office furniture market in Asia Pacific' analyses supply structure, market demand, import-export flows, competitive system, providing statistical data and trends of office furniture production and consumption, as well as import and export data. 2014 forecasts on office furniture demand by single country. Competitive system. It includes sales figures, market shares and short profiles of selected top office furniture companies, by each single market. Market Potential Analysis. The Report shows also a wide range of data on macro-economic indicators, employment by occupation, trends in the non-residential building sector and evolution of the office spaces in the main urban agglomerations. Some of the relevant office buildings inaugurated and upcoming completions have been reported.
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