The lighting fixtures market in the Middle East and North Africa
The fourth edition of the report The lighting fixtures market in the MENA countries offers an accurate comprehensive picture of the Middle East and North African Lighting Fixtures market, providing 2007-2012 trends (in value) of lighting fixtures production, consumption, imports and exports, 2013 provisional data and 2014 forecasts of lighting fixtures consumption and offering the breakdown of lighting fixtures market by residential, commercial, industrial and outdoor lighting for the year 2013 (in value). Lighting fixtures sales and market shares for the major companies operating in the MENA region are also provided by product (decorative/residential lighting, architectural/commercial lighting, industrial lighting and outdoor lighting). Short company profiles of the main players are also included. A focus on LEDs lighting is also provided with LED lighting fixtures sales and market shares for the major companies operating in the MENA region. Countries considered in the report: Gulf Countries (United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain); North African Countries (Egypt, Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia), Other Middle East countries (Lebanon and Jordan).
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