Travel and Tourism in Finland to 2019

US$ 1950

With the increase in the aging population, the domestic spending is expected to grow as compared to the outbound spending. The total number of inbound trips plunged in 2014 as the arrivals from Russia, its largest source market, fell due to the sanctions and the depreciation of the ruble against the US dollar.

12-03 2015   Pages: 112

Smoking Tobacco in Finland, 2015

US$ 150

The Finnish market for smoking tobacco has suffered a decline in recent years, partly due to taxes. In fact, the effects of recent price increases have moved the market towards lower priced brands. Additionally, the market has moved to imported brands since local production ended in 2004.

11-17 2015   Pages: 60

The Future of the Fragrances Market in Finland to 2019

US$ 875

Canadean’s report, “”The Future of the Fragrances Market in Finland to 2019″” provides detailed market and segment level data on the consumption of Fragrances in Finland. The report provides historic, forecast and growth patterns by country to 2019.

11-12 2015   Pages: 64

Finland Beverage Forecasts September 2015

US$ 830

“Summary
Some of the key trends noted across countries include: consumers starting to watch their sugar intake especially in western markets where low calorie variants are taking share, or consumers moving towards packaged water and flavoured waters; fruit powders continuing to fall across many of the markets despite their lower price per litre as consumers opt for more convenient ready to drink alternatives; beer currently experiencing moderate growth across markets aided by more marketing investment and a general improvement in consumer mood.

Key Findings
– Hot tea has a high market penetration across much of the world but the health trend is seeing increasing consumer interest in herbal and fruit teas in countries such as the United Kingdom

– Spirits are expected to remain growing at a steady pace in countries such as the United States of America as more consumers have higher incomes to purchase higher quality beverages and they are popular for use in cocktails

– Younger consumers are moving away from traditional dairy drinks in West Europe towards either flavoured milk or JNSD as many are skipping breakfast or having it ‘on-the-go’

– Carbonates are losing market share as more people move towards healthier, iced/rtd tea drinks and packaged water, this is being seen in Brazil, low calorie carbonates however are expected to rise as more people join the health trend

Synopsis
Canadean’s Finland Beverage Forecasts reports cover soft, dairy, hot and alcoholic drinks and provide a comprehensive analysis of consumption trends, covering:

– 2000-2014 topline consumption data for 31 beverage categories, with forecasts to 2020 measured in both million litres and litres per capita

– Insightful and valuable analysis of the drivers behind the beverage trends and forecast assumptions

Reasons To Buy
– Evaluate the very latest beverage category forecast projections to 2020 to enhance your understanding of consumption patterns and evolving trends in the beverage industry

– Identify the current and emerging trends and future growth opportunities in the beverage market to assess the likely impact on your company’s performance

– Interrogate the data to understand both the historic and likely future performance of the beverage industry by country and category to support your long-term strategic planning”

10-23 2015   Pages: 8

Reinsurance in Finland, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017

US$ 1950

The reinsurance segment in Finland is dominated by foreign reinsurers. In terms of written premium, the country’s reinsurance segment grew from EUR134.0 million (US$196.2 million) in 2008 to EUR149.0 million (US$191.6 million) in 2012, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.7% during the review period (2008–2012).

09-21 2015   Pages: 78

Personal Accident and Health Insurance in Finland, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017

US$ 1950

In terms of gross written premium, personal accident and health is the smallest segment in the Finnish insurance industry. The government’s welfare system, under which healthcare services are free for all Finns, and wide social security cover have limited the requirement for private health insurance.

09-21 2015   Pages: 230

Non-Life Insurance in Finland, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017

US$ 1950

The Finnish non-life insurance segment is a relatively mature one; it grew at a CAGR of 2% during the review period (2008−2012), and valued EUR3.2 billion (US$4.1 billion) in 2012. This gross written premium is further expected to increase to EUR3.2 billion (US$4.1 billion) in 2017.

09-21 2015   Pages: 276

Life Insurance in Finland, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017

US$ 1950

Life insurance was the largest segment in the Finnish insurance industry in 2012, accounting for 81.8% of the industry’s gross written premium in 2012.

09-21 2015   Pages: 260

Finland’s Mining Fiscal Regime: H1 2014

US$ 995

The country’s mining industry is governed by the Geological Survey of Finland (GTK) and the Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency (Tukes). The Mining Act and Environmental Protection Act are the main laws regulating the mining industry.

09-20 2015   Pages: 16

“Finland’s Cards and Payments Industry: Emerging Opportunities, Trends, Size, Drivers, Strategies, Products and Competitive Landscape “

US$ $3,995

“The European debt crisis had a profound effect on Finland’s economy, with GDP contracting by 1.4% in 2013. The subdued economic development from 2009 onwards had a dampening effect on the overall cards and payments industry during the review period (2009–2013).

09-17 2015   Pages: 86
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