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The lighting fixtures market in the Middle East and North Africa

The Report The lighting fixtures market in Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is at its fifth edition; it is part of a wider study analysing the main lighting fixture markets in 70 countries, worldwide. It provides historical statistical data 2010-2015 of Production, International trade and Market size of the lighting fixtures industry in the MENA region, highlighting the two main market segments for lighting fixtures, residential lighting and non-residential lighting. Lighting Demand is broken down by segment (consumer/residential lighting, architectural/commercial lighting, industrial lighting and outdoor lighting) and by light source (Conventional and LED). A breakdown of MENA lighting fixtures exports and imports is provided by country and by geographical area of destination/origin. The competitive system analyses the main companies present in the region, with data on sales and market shares and short company profiles. Countries covered: Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia. The first section of the report shows the aggregate figures and the outlook of the area, including the activity trend and the competitive situation. The second part contains the analysis by single country. This edition of the report include an in-depth focus for Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates where a description of the distribution system is provided, highlighting the main contractors and architectural companies involved in the lighting business, the main specialist importers and distributors of lighting fixtures and the major building projects in the pipeline. Country economic indicators (including GDP, population indicators, construction indicators, wealth indicators) are also given. Trend of exports and imports, by country and by geographical area, is given.

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Paper provided by CSIL Centre for Industrial Studies in its series CSIL reports with number S38.

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Length: 212 pages
Date of creation: Nov 2016
Handle: RePEc:mst:csilre:s38
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