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Report On Indian Gems and Jewellery Industry

Reort On Indian Gems and Jewellery Industry

Indian Gems and Jewellery (G&J) industry is one of the major exporting industries with a firm presence in cut & polished (C&P) diamond exports, handling world’s 90% of diamond cutting and polishing business. Of late, India’s gold jewellery exports have witnessed a spectacular rise as Jewellers are pushing the jewellery into high margin overseas markets. On the domestic front, India is one of the major consumers of gold cornering around 30% of world’s total gold consumption. Though demand for diamond jewellery in India is quite low as compared to overall jewellery demand, the same is picking with rising urbanization, younger population, rising popularity of diamond due to marketing efforts by the players etc. www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/consumer-goods-market-research-report/indian-gems-and-jewellery-industry.html

The G&J industry in FY2012 has suffered on two counts: subdued demand for C&P diamonds led to decline in prices whereas prices of rough diamond did not fall to that extent, leading to margin erosion for exporters and in the domestic markets, more than 30% rise in gold price in rupee terms coupled with lower GDP growth and higher inflation led to muted gold consumption. Organized players in the G&J space are witnessing a good growth due to thriving retail growth and more innovative products. Though the contribution of organized players is small, it is expected to pick up rapidly going forward. Jewellery Industry

CARE Research expects that exports will grow at a moderate pace over next couple of years due to a drop in C&P exports on account of drastic reduction in re-export of C&P diamonds and subdued global demand for C&P diamonds. Gold jewellery exports are expected to continue its growth in the higher trajectory. Domestic demand is expected to remain intact with a substantially higher growth expected for the organized players in G&J space.

CARE Research’s report on the ‘Indian Gems & Jewellery Industry’ provides valuable insights on outlook for G&J industry on domestic as well exports front over next couple of years. The report focuses on aspects like demand-supply dynamics for the sector, growth of organized retail industry in India, value chain analysis for both gold and diamond etc.

The report is indispensable for any company operating in gems and jewellery sectors, gold and diamond trading, banks/ FIs, policy makers, research & academic organizations, other international and national agencies, etc.

SECTION- I CARE Research’s OUTLOOK
Outlook & Challenges
– Exports Segment
• Diamonds
• Gold Jewellery and Others
– Domestic Segment
• Industry Size
• Segmentation
– Factors Impacting Domestic G&J Industry
• Rising Gold Prices
• Slowing GDP growth
• Persistently higher inflation
• Regulatory and Taxation issues

SECTION- II INDUSTRY SECTION
Overview of Global G&J Industry
– Overview
– Regional Trends
Overview of Indian G&J Industry
– Overview
Industry Characteristics
– Raw Material Intensive
– Labour Intensive
– Working Capital Intensive
– Export Oriented
– Domestic Jewellery Retail – Largely an Unorganized Sector
– Certification

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Report On Indian Commercial Vehicle Industry

Reort On Indian Commercial Vehicle Industry

India is the 5h largest commercial vehicle manufacturer in world. Over the last couple of years the CV industry witnessed strong growth primarily due to healthy economic climate combined with massive investments from government in infrastructure activities as well as developing public transport. However in near term the pain exists for the CV industry due to declining IIP, slower GDP growth, steep hike in diesel prices and spiraling interest rate scenario. http://www.bharatbook.com/market-research-reports/automobiles-market-research-report/indian-commercial-vehicle-industry.html

The report gives valuable insights of the CV industry and outlook for the next 5 years. The report also focuses on key segments in the CV industry and the fundamentals driving the industry. Furthermore, report covers various regulatory issues and trend in duties imposed by the Government and detailed cost analysis and credit profile of the key players in the industry. The report also provide a brief note on impact of recent hike of diesel prices of the profitability of fleet operators.

The report presents CARE Research’s forecasts of domestic market as well as exports for next five years till FY17. The outlook section also provides insights on profitability for next 2 fiscals after considering expected movement in important cost components like raw materials and selling and distribution expenses.

The company section in the report provides detailed profiles of top 4 players in the industry which forms approximate 90 per cent of the market including their financial and operational data. Vehicle Industry

The report is indispensable for any company operating in Commercial Vehicle and allied sectors, auto component companies, banks/ FIs, policy makers, research & academic organizations, other international and national agencies, etc.

SECTION- I CARE Research’s OUTLOOK
Outlook on Indian CV industry
• Domestic market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10-11 per cent by FY17
• GC demand to be majorly impacted by macroeconomic concerns in short term
• LCV GC to provide cushion for ailing growth levels for GC segment in short term
– …Need for last mile transportation to drive SCV’s growth
• M&HCV demand to decline in near term but long term factor remains intact
– …ICVs to almost double in next 5 years
– …MCVs to witness lowest growth levels in the industry
– MAVs to witness sharp slide in short term due to economic slowdown, but gradually recover in medium term
– Tractor Trailers (TT) to follow trajectory similar to MAVs
• Recent rise in diesel prices – An impact on reeling profitability of transport operators
– Healthy freight demand has been cushion for diesel price hikes in the past…
– With slowdown in the freight movement, the hike in the diesel prices will be challenging…
– …onset of festive season might provide some respite to the transport operators
– Economic uncertainty continues to remain primary concern factor
• Investments in transport infrastructure coupled with rising fuel cost could drive the shift towards public transport
• Exports too would remain under pressure in short term
• Disbursement levels for CV financing likely to remain flat current fiscal
• Government initiatives towards improvement in infrastructure to boost CV demand in medium term
• Investments of around Rs 4,000-4,500 crore are expected in next 2 years
• Sluggish demand to put strain on utilization levels of the industry
Outlook on Profitability
• Top line to witness moderate growth
• Raw material cost may soften marginally, providing some respite for the manufacturers
• Return on capital employed to witness a drop, debt-equity to remain unchanged

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Indian Retail Industry – For Indian Customers

Bharat Book introduces a report ” Indian Retail Industry – For Indian Customers ” the Indian retail industry remains highly fragmented, with the organized retailing still at a nascent stage accounting.

The Indian Retail industry has grown at a CAGR of 14.6% for the period FY07-12(p). The said growth can be attributed to the growing Indian economy, increase in Private Final Consumption Expenditure (PFCE) and the change in consumption pattern of the Indian populace. The changing consumption pattern, in turn, primarily remains driven by higher standard of living, growing middle-class population, greater proportion of working women, increase in penetration levels of organised retail etc.

Of all the retailing segments, the contribution of ‘food & grocery’ is estimated to have remained the highest at 58% of the total retail sales during FY12 (p) with the ‘clothing & footwear’ segment remaining the second-largest contributor occupying 10.5% of the total retail pie during the same period. However in terms of growth figures, the ‘entertainment, books & sports goods equipment’ segment is estimated to have outperformed the other retail segments, registering a CAGR of 21.3% during the period FY07-12 (p).

Despite the said growth, the Indian retail industry remains highly fragmented, with the organized retailing still at a nascent stage accounting for a miniscule percentage of the total Indian retail market. During FY07- 12 (p), the organised retailing in India has grown at a CAGR of 26.4%; higher to the growth of total retailing in India during the same period under consideration. Of the organised retail sales during FY12, the contribution of ‘Clothing & Footwear’ segment remained the highest at 37% with the ‘Food & Grocery’ segment being the second-highest contributor accounting for 24.2% of the total organised retail sales. Notably, the penetration of ‘Food & Grocery’ segment remained low at 2.8% owing to greater sale of fresh produce and groceries from the unorganised retail outlets.

With the global as well as Indian economy reviving post recession, the organised retail industry witnessed gradual increase in footfalls and correspondingly an increase in the Same store sales (SSS) during FY11. Despite of increase in sales volume across product categories, the operating margins of the retailers failed to improve on the backdrop of rising input costs and discounted product offerings. To aggravate the situation, escalating interest burden adversely affected the retailers’ net profit margins.

During the latter half of FY12, the retailers however witnessed slowdown in consumer spending as reflected through their SSS performance. This in turn resulted in higher inventory days for the retailers, on an average, ultimately affecting their working capital cycle. Also, with the interest rates at its peak during FY12 and lack of fund-raising avenues from the capital markets, the availability of capital remained a major constraint to the Indian retailers. In addition, the Indian retailers continued to be faced with challenges such as higher store rentals and unavailability of desired store location especially in tier- I cities, taxation & other policy regulations, inefficiencies in supply chain management and higher rate of shrinkages.

Despite the said challenges, CARE Research expects the growth in country’s PFCE to propel the growth of retailing in India. Correspondingly, CARE Research expects the Indian retail industry to grow at a CAGR of 14.8% during FY12-15. Importantly, CARE Research expects the penetration of organised retail in the total retail pie to increase to 8.8% by FY15 owing to the expanding reach of the retailers in tier- II & III cities accompanied by higher consumer spend on discretionary items. Also, in an attempt to increase margins, CARE Research expects the retailers would resort to measures such as increasing the share of private labels in the total store sales, reducing store-level operating expenses etc.

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Indian Retail Industry

Bharat Book introduces a report ” Indian Retail Industry ” the Indian retail industry remains highly fragmented, with the organized retailing still at a nascent stage accounting.

The Indian Retail industry has grown at a CAGR of 14.6% for the period FY07-12(p). The said growth can be attributed to the growing Indian economy, increase in Private Final Consumption Expenditure (PFCE) and the change in consumption pattern of the Indian populace. The changing consumption pattern, in turn, primarily remains driven by higher standard of living, growing middle-class population, greater proportion of working women, increase in penetration levels of organised retail etc.

Of all the retailing segments, the contribution of ‘food & grocery’ is estimated to have remained the highest at 58% of the total retail sales during FY12 (p) with the ‘clothing & footwear’ segment remaining the second-largest contributor occupying 10.5% of the total retail pie during the same period. However in terms of growth figures, the ‘entertainment, books & sports goods equipment’ segment is estimated to have outperformed the other retail segments, registering a CAGR of 21.3% during the period FY07-12 (p).

Despite the said growth, the Indian retail industry remains highly fragmented, with the organized retailing still at a nascent stage accounting for a miniscule percentage of the total Indian retail market. During FY07- 12 (p), the organised retailing in India has grown at a CAGR of 26.4%; higher to the growth of total retailing in India during the same period under consideration. Of the organised retail sales during FY12, the contribution of ‘Clothing & Footwear’ segment remained the highest at 37% with the ‘Food & Grocery’ segment being the second-highest contributor accounting for 24.2% of the total organised retail sales. Notably, the penetration of ‘Food & Grocery’ segment remained low at 2.8% owing to greater sale of fresh produce and groceries from the unorganised retail outlets.

With the global as well as Indian economy reviving post recession, the organised retail industry witnessed gradual increase in footfalls and correspondingly an increase in the Same store sales (SSS) during FY11. Despite of increase in sales volume across product categories, the operating margins of the retailers failed to improve on the backdrop of rising input costs and discounted product offerings. To aggravate the situation, escalating interest burden adversely affected the retailers’ net profit margins.

During the latter half of FY12, the retailers however witnessed slowdown in consumer spending as reflected through their SSS performance. This in turn resulted in higher inventory days for the retailers, on an average, ultimately affecting their working capital cycle. Also, with the interest rates at its peak during FY12 and lack of fund-raising avenues from the capital markets, the availability of capital remained a major constraint to the Indian retailers. In addition, the Indian retailers continued to be faced with challenges such as higher store rentals and unavailability of desired store location especially in tier- I cities, taxation & other policy regulations, inefficiencies in supply chain management and higher rate of shrinkages.

Despite the said challenges, CARE Research expects the growth in country’s PFCE to propel the growth of retailing in India. Correspondingly, CARE Research expects the Indian retail industry to grow at a CAGR of 14.8% during FY12-15. Importantly, CARE Research expects the penetration of organised retail in the total retail pie to increase to 8.8% by FY15 owing to the expanding reach of the retailers in tier- II & III cities accompanied by higher consumer spend on discretionary items. Also, in an attempt to increase margins, CARE Research expects the retailers would resort to measures such as increasing the share of private labels in the total store sales, reducing store-level operating expenses etc.

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Indian Banking Industry

Bharat Book introduces a report ” Indian Banking Industry ” Considering large number of employees retiring over the next 4 years, pension outgo is expected to surge in the coming years.

“Credit cycle + Pension + BASEL III – a drag on ROE”
Banks ROE to remain depressed in the coming years due to structural problems
Bank’s ROE contracted 90bps to 15.1% as sharp fall in PSU banks profitability more than offset the impact of improvement in private banks. ROE is likely to remain under pressure driven by (1) continued deterioration of asset quality in the near-term; (2) higher pension costs on expectation of change in current pension assumption; (3) cash infusion to pension fund required to manage the highly underfunded status of pension plan; and (4) increase in equity base to meet higher capital requirement under BASEL III.

Indian banking industry entered into a new wave of credit cycle on weakening economy
Indian banking industry entered into a new wave of credit cycle in FY12 due to weak economic & fiscal scenario (which will prevent govt to come out with another expansionary policy and increases the risk of crowding out of private invts) and persistent trend of high imported inflation (which has made RBI’s stance on tight monetary policy ineffective as it is increasingly hurting growth prospects without necessarily containing “imported” inflation). As a result, gross NPA rose from 2.3% in FY11 to 2.8% in FY12 & restructured assets up from 2.7% in FY11 to 4.9% in FY12. Given our expectation that asset quality will remain under stress in FY13, we forecast banks credit cost to remain at elevated levels in FY13.

ROE of PSU banks to decline due to highly underfunded status of pension fund
Highly underfunded status of pension fund will negatively influence the ROE of PSU banks in the near-term. According to our estimates, PSU banks have a shortfall of Rs. 65,000 cr in pension fund in FY12, which translates to 20% of networth. Considering large number of employees retiring over the next 4 years, pension outgo is expected to surge in the coming years. Consequently, banks would be required to provide cash into pension fund to meet the liabilities, which in turn would negatively impact bank’s ROE. In addition, the current pension assumptions of PSU banks appear to be aggressive compared with private sector banks. Thus, any correction made to the pension assumption will negatively impact the profitability in the coming years.

ROE of banks with low core equity to fall by 100-200bps on higher equity requirement
CARE Research estimates domestic banks will be required to raise equity in the range of $40-50bn ($20bn of CET1 + $20-30bn of AT1) over the next six years to meet BASEL III guidelines. Banks ROE is projected to fall by 80-100bps for every 1% increase in core equity ratio, if other things remain constant. Given that most PSU banks core equity ratio is in the range of 6-9%, we believe their ROE is expected to remain under pressure in the range of 100-200bps on account of higher capital requirement. However, banks could increase/decrease their lending/ deposit rate by 15-25 bps, increase fee income or bring in cost efficiency to protect their ROE to fall from the current levels.

SECTION- I CARE Research’s OUTLOOK
Outlook
Profitability of banks in FY12 and outlook for medium-term
Asset quality trend of PSU and Private sector banks in 4QFY12 and outlook for FY13/14
Credit cost trend in 4QFY12 and near-term outlook
Trend of NIM in 4QFY12 and outlook for FY13
Outlook on operating cost (employee + others) of PSU and Private sector banks
Impact of change in pension assumption on networth and profitability
Impact analysis of underfunded status of pension fund on PSU and Private banks
Impact analysis of BASEL III implementation on banks ROE
CARE research outlook on credit and deposit growth in FY13
Impact analysis of Nair committee recommendation on priority sector lending

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Packaging Industry Outlook in South Africa: Market Size, Key Trends, Drivers

The report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights on the South African packaging industry, including:
– Current, historic and forecast values and trends for the South African packaging industry, including individual categories
– Comprehensive, country-specific analysis of the industry’s market attractiveness, covering key trends and drivers, South Africa’s competitive landscape and benchmarking with other key markets
– Description and analysis of the packaging categories and end-user markets for the overall packaging industry
– Porter’s Five Forces Analysis of all individual categories and the overall packaging industry

Summary
The South African packaging industry recorded significant growth during the review period due to an increase in consumer expenditure on food and a rising demand from end-user markets like food and beverages, pharmaceuticals and personal care products. During the review period, the industry posted a CAGR 6.05% to reach a market value of US$6.6 billion in 2011. Of the end-user markets, the food and beverages market is expected to generate the most business for the industry. In addition, the rising demand for pharmaceuticals and personal care products is also aiding packaging industry growth. Other factors that will affect the South African packaging industry over the forecast period are the population’s changing lifestyles, cheaper imports due to low excise duty, technological advancements, recycling trends, and a structural shift from plastics to glass. Over the forecast period, the South African packaging industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.62% to reach a market value of US$9 billion in 2016.

Scope
– This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the packaging industry in South Africa
– It provides historical values for South Africa’s packaging industry for the report’s 2007–2011 review period and forecast figures for the 2012–2016 forecast period
– It offers a detailed analysis of the key categories in South Africa’s packaging industry, along with market forecasts until 2016
– It details the different macroeconomic factors affecting the packaging industry in South Africa
– It covers an exhaustive summary on the key trends and drivers affecting the end-user markets in packaging
– Using Porter’s industry-standard “Five Forces” analysis, it details the competitive landscape in South Africa for the packaging industry
– It outlines the current regulatory framework in the industry

Reasons To Buy
– Make strategic business decisions using historic and forecast market data related to the South African packaging industry and each category within it
– Understand the key market trends and growth opportunities within the South African packaging industry
– Assess the competitive dynamics in the packaging industry
– Identify the growth opportunities and industry dynamics within five key packaging categories
– Gain insights into key regulations governing the South African packaging industry

Key Highlights
– In terms of market size, paper and board packaging accounted for the largest share of the domestic packaging industry revenue of US$2.4 billion in 2011, representing 35.8% of the total packaging industry.
– Active and smart packaging has been gaining popularly in the South African food and beverages industry. Companies use active packaging to preserve the quality and extend the shelf life of packaged food.
– The highly competitive South African packaging industry registered several mergers and acquisitions during the review period. Leading companies adopted this strategy in order to strengthen their position in the local market.
– The most widely used pharmaceutical packaging forms are cartons, blisters, tubes, ampoules, envelopes and strips, and within the market, plastic and metal blister packaging is used more frequently than glass bottles.

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Report on China’s Veterinary Biologics Industry Investment

This report will provide a detailed analysis of the above questions and, on the basis of an exposition about the status quo of China’s veterinary biologics industry in 2011, make an in-depth analysis of the development environment, enterprises structure and scale, as well as the circulation and marketing of China’s veterinary biologics industry. Besides, the report will also make a detailed and objective analysis of the development trend of China’s veterinary biologics industry, aiming to be of help to the scientific judgment of the investment value of China’s veterinary biologics industry.

China’s Veterinary Biologics Industry Development Course and Direction
1.1China’s Veterinary Biologic Industry Development Course
1.2Position and Market Share of Biological Products in China’s Veterinary Heath-care Industry
1.3 Comparison between Global and China’s Veterinary Biologics Industry
1.4 China’s Veterinary Biologic Industry Development Direction
2 Policy Environment of China’s Veterinary Biologics Industry
2.1 Production Policy for China’s Veterinary Biologic Industry (including taxation, supporting policy and subsidy policy)
2.2 Planning of China’s Veterinary Biologic Industry
2.3 Impact of Compulsory Immunization Policy on China’s Veterinary Biologic Industry
2.4 Trade Policy for China’s Veterinary Biologic Industry
2.5 Circulation Policy for China’s Veterinary Biologic Industry
2.6 Impact of China’s Veterinary Biologic Industry Policy on Future Industry Development
3 Market Scale and Development Trend of China’s Veterinary Biologics Industry
3.1Scale of China’s Veterinary Biological Products by Types
3.1.1 Market Scale of Compulsory Immunization Vaccine
3.1.2 Market Scale of Domestic-produced Conventional Vaccine
3.1.3 Market Scale of Imported Conventional Vaccine (China’s Import of Veterinary Biologics and Scale)
3.2 China’s Hog Biological Products Market Scale and Estimation
3.2.1 Occurrence of Hog Diseases and Development Trend in China
3.2.2 Status quo of China’s Hog Biological Products Utility and Market Demand
3.2.3 Major Products and Market Share of China’s Hog Biological Products
3.2.4 Estimation of China’s Hog Biological Products Market Growth(2009-2016)
3.3China’s Poultry Biological Products Market Scale and Estimation
3.3.1 Occurrence of Poultry Diseases and Development Trend in China
3.3.2 Status quo of China’s Poultry Biological Products Utility and Market Demand
3.3.3 Major Products and Market Share of China’s Poultry Biological Products
3.3.4 Estimation of China’s Poultry Biological Products Market Growth (2009-2016)
3.4 China’s Ruminant Veterinary Biological Products Market Scale and Estimation
3.4.1 Occurrence of Ruminant Animal Diseases and Development Trend in China
3.4.2 Status quo of China’s Ruminant Veterinary Biological Products Utility and Market Demand
3.4.3 Major Products and Market Share of China’s Ruminant Veterinary Biological Products
3.4.4 Estimation of China’s Ruminant Veterinary Biological Products Market Growth (2009-2016)
3.5 China’s Aquatic Veterinary Biological Products Market Scale and Estimation
3.5.1 Occurrence of Aquatic Animal Diseases and Development Trend in China
3.5.2 Status quo of China’s Aquatic Veterinary Biological Products Utility and Market Demand
3.5.3 Major Products and Market Share of China’s Aquatic Veterinary Biological Products
3.5.4 Estimation of China’s Aquatic Veterinary Biological Products Market Growth (2009-2016)
3.6 China’s Pet Veterinary Biological Products Market Scale and Estimation
3.6.1 Occurrence of Pet Animal Diseases and Development Trend in China
3.6.2 Status quo of China’s Pet Veterinary Biological Products Utility and Market Demand
3.6.3 Major Products and Market Share of China’s Pet Veterinary Biological Products
3.6.4 Estimation of China’s Pet Veterinary Biological Products Market Growth (2009-2016)
4 Analysis of China’s Veterinary Biologics Industry Chain
4.1 Research and Development (R&D)
4.1.1 Major Research Institutions of Veterinary Biological Products in China
4.1.2 Technical R & D Capability of China’s Veterinary Biologics Industry
4.1.3 Mechanism of Technical R&D Investment in Veterinary Biologics Industry in China
4.2 Production
4.2.1 Output Capacity and Output Value of China’s Veterinary Biological Products Market
4.2.2 Production Profit of China’s Veterinary Biologics Industry
4.2.3 Price Trend of China’s Major Veterinary Biological Products
4.2.3.1 Price Trend of China’s Major Hog Veterinary Biological Products
4.2.3.2 Price Trend of China’s Major Poultry Veterinary Biological Products
4.2.4 Structure and Locations of China’s Major Veterinary Biologics Enterprises
4.2.5 Concentration of China’s Veterinary Biological Products Market

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