Strategic Analysis of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Power Transformers Market

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The GCC power transformers market is expected to grow at a healthy CAGR during the forecast period. Saudi Arabia generated most of the revenue, followed by the United Arab Emirates. In addition to the prominent multinational companies, some local manufacturers have gained technology expertise by re-engineering, joint ventures and technology transfers, and they are moving into higher MVA ranges. Due to investments in various sectors in the GCC, the demand for power transformers has been steadily growing, and this trend is expected to continue.

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Strategic Analysis of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Power Transformers Market, Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Power Transformers Market, 2010Title SlideTable of ContentsIntroductionIntroductionExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary of the StudyGCC Power Sector OverviewOverview of the GCC Power SectorTotal GCC Power Transformers Market DynamicsIndustry Structure, Industry Challenges and Market Drivers and RestraintsTotal GCC Power Transformers Market ForecastsForecasts for the Total GCC Power Transformers MarketSaudi Arabia BreakdownSaudi ArabiaThe United Arab Emirates BreakdownThe United Arab EmiratesQatar BreakdownQatarRest of GCC (Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain)Rest of GCC (Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain)ConclusionConcluding RemarksAppendixResearch Methodology and List of AbbreviationsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryInformation About Frost & Sullivan




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