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Assessment of the Asia-Pacific Residential and Commercial Water Treatment Equipment Market

Increasing Urbanization is the Key Driver to Market Growth

  • Research Code : P69D-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : EN00048-AP-MR_00776
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  • Release Date : 07-Mar-2013
  • Region : Asia Pacific
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This research service covers the Asia-Pacific market for residential and commercial water treatment equipment. Water treatment equipment covered in this study include point-of-use equipment, point-of-entry equipment, and pitchers. In addition to the key research findings, this study highlights the market size, presents forecasts, describes the market trends and competitive landscape, analyses the distribution chain, and lists other key trends. The two end user sectors covered in this study are residential and commercial sectors. Separate chapters present the findings for each product segment. Each product segment has been further analysed by providing revenue forecast by end-user vertical.
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