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Wine Market in East Europe to 2017: Market Guide

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Wine Market in East Europe to 2017: Market Guide

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Synopsis

Canadean's, "Wine Market in East Europe to 2017: Market Guide" provides in-depth detail on the trends and drivers of the Wine market in East Europe. The quantitative data in the report (historic and forecast consumption values) analyses the dynamics in the East European countries, providing marketers with the essential information to understand their own and their competitors' position in this market and the information to accurately identify where to compete in the future.

The report provides data to help companies in the Wine industry better understand the changes in their environment, seize opportunities and formulate crucial business strategies.

Summary

This report is the result of Canadean's extensive market research covering the Wine market in East Europe. It provides a top-level overview and detailed insight into the operating environment for the Wine market in East Europe. It is an essential tool for companies active across the Wine value chain and for new players that are considering entering the market.

Scope

- Overall analysis of the Wine market in East Europe.- Individual country analysis (selective countries) of the Wine market, including full consumption values for 2011 and forecasts until 2017.- Historic and forecast consumption values for Wine market for the period 2006 through to 2017.

Reasons To Buy

- The report provides you with important figures for the Wine market in East Europe with individual country analysis.

- Allows you to analyze the market with detailed historic and forecast consumption values.

- Enhances your knowledge of the market with key figures on consumption values for the historic period.

- Supports you in planning future business decisions using forecast figures for the market.

Table of Contents

1 Wine in East Europe - Consumption Analysis1.1 East Europe Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.2 East Europe Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.3 Belarus Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.4 Belarus Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.5 Bosnia-Herzegovina Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.6 Bosnia-Herzegovina Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.7 Bulgaria Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.8 Bulgaria Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.9 Croatia Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.1 Croatia Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.11 Czech Republic Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.12 Czech Republic Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.13 Estonia Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.14 Estonia Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.15 Hungary Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.16 Hungary Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.17 Latvia Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.18 Latvia Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.19 Lithuania Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.2 Lithuania Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.21 Macedonia Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.22 Macedonia Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.23 Other East Europe (Global) Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.24 Other East Europe (Global) Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.25 Poland Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.26 Poland Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.27 Romania Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.28 Romania Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.29 Russia Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.3 Russia Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.31 Serbia Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.32 Serbia Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.33 Slovak Republic Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.34 Slovak Republic Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.35 Slovenia Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.36 Slovenia Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.37 Turkey Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.38 Turkey Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20171.39 Ukraine Wine Volume Consumption, 2006-20111.4 Ukraine Wine Forecast Volume Consumption, 2012-20172 APPENDIX2.1 Methodology2.2 About Canadean2.3 Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: East Europe Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 2: East Europe Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 3: Belarus Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 4: Belarus Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 5: Bosnia-Herzegovina Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 6: Bosnia-Herzegovina Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 7: Bulgaria Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 8: Bulgaria Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 9: Croatia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 10: Croatia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 11: Czech Republic Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 12: Czech Republic Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 13: Estonia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 14: Estonia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 15: Hungary Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 16: Hungary Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 17: Latvia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 18: Latvia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 19: Lithuania Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 20: Lithuania Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 21: Macedonia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 22: Macedonia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 23: Other East Europe (Global) Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 24: Other East Europe (Global) Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 25: Poland Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 26: Poland Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 27: Romania Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 28: Romania Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 29: Russia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 30: Russia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 31: Serbia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 32: Serbia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 33: Slovak Republic Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 34: Slovak Republic Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 35: Slovenia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 36: Slovenia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 37: Turkey Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 38: Turkey Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

Table 39: Ukraine Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)

Table 40: Ukraine Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

List of Figures

Figure 1: East Europe Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 2: East Europe Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 3: Belarus Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 4: Belarus Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 5: Bosnia-Herzegovina Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 6: Bosnia-Herzegovina Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 7: Bulgaria Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 8: Bulgaria Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 9: Croatia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 10: Croatia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 11: Czech Republic Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 12: Czech Republic Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 13: Estonia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 14: Estonia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 15: Hungary Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 16: Hungary Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 17: Latvia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 18: Latvia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 19: Lithuania Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 20: Lithuania Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 21: Macedonia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 22: Macedonia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 23: Other East Europe (Global) Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 24: Other East Europe (Global) Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 25: Poland Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 26: Poland Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 27: Romania Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 28: Romania Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 29: Russia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 30: Russia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 31: Serbia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 32: Serbia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 33: Slovak Republic Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 34: Slovak Republic Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 35: Slovenia Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 36: Slovenia Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 37: Turkey Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 38: Turkey Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)Figure 39: Ukraine Wine Consumption, 2006-2011 (Volume M Litres)Figure 40: Ukraine Wine Consumption, 2012-2017 (Volume M Litres)

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