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Established in 1961, ERC pioneered a vision, a quality and an excellence that other research companies have tried to follow but few have achieved. From that one vision in the early 1960s, ERC has grown into a supreme research establishment, employing its own dedicated market specialists.

Today that vision has become a reality as we have built a reputation for analytical excellence which has become universally recognised. Increasing global competitiveness, regulation and consolidation means that ERC's market information services are now more essential to the international business world than at any time in the past. The company offers a unique and complete information service - market reports, market opportunity appraisals, forecasts, corporate profiles and industry analysis alongside ad-hoc projects, all constantly up-dated to take account of our clients' changing needs and requirements.
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545 Reports from ERC Group

   
  • World Cigarettes - Vietnam 2014

    ...multinational companies. Key Findings Local cigarette production has been increasing. Output rose by 6.7% in 2013, some 3.6 times output in 1990. However, declining domestic sales in 2014 is set to depress production by 22.4%. ... Read More

  • Tobacco Insights 2015 - June

    ...changing production and consumption patterns and the recent developments impacting the tobacco market. It provides a regional analysis of cigarette consumption including import and export share by region. Key Findings In May 2015, production of ... Read More

  • World Cigarettes - Thailand 2014

    ...realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings Forecasts for 2014 are for a 3.2% fall in duty paid. Further changes to the system of taxation within Thailand are likely to be behind this ... Read More

  • World Cigarettes - South Korea 2014

    ...implications market realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings The market is dominated by domestic brands which hold over 62% of the market, while international brands hold nearly 38% of volume. Output increased ... Read More

  • World Cigarettes - North Korea 2014

    ...implications market realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings Sales fell annually between 2006 and 2009 although improvements in production and stronger economic growth are believed to have raised volumes by 8.1% in ... Read More

  • World Cigarettes - Bangladesh 2014

    ...realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings Trade reports have suggested that the population growth is contributing around 30.0% to market growth rates and capture from bidis around 70.0%. Between 2013 and 2023 ... Read More

  • World Cigarettes - New Zealand 2014

    ...implications market realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings A further increase in the excise rate in 2010 did not result in as significant decline in consumption as might be expected, possibly due ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Iran 2014

    ...on top multinational companies. Key Findings Anti-smoking restrictions are likely to have only a limited impact on cigarette sales with demand stimulated by growing multinational involvement, the increased availability of foreign brands as well as ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Saudi Arabia 2014

    ...have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings The effects of strict limits on nicotine and tar levels have led to filter-tipped cigarettes coming to dominate the market. Although an increase of only 3.7% followed ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Tunisia 2014

    ...on top multinational companies. Key Findings Despite volumes expanding strongly in the past, the last few years have seen mixed fortunes. Sales fell by 18.5% in 2010 and by 6.2% in 2013. Total duty paid ... Read More

  • World Cigarettes - Russia 2014

    ...realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings Domestic market volume had more than doubled since 1990 but the downturn in the Russian economy in 2009 led to a 2.7% drop in consumption with ... Read More

  • World Cigarettes - Iraq 2014

    ...realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings The incidence of smoking is believed to be in slow decline, falling from 23% in 1990 to 21.3% in 2002, with growth to 21.6% in 2012 ... Read More

  • World Cigarettes - Turkey 2014

    ...realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings The non-duty paid sector declined between 2006 and 2009 as a result of improvements in the supply of cigarettes and relatively stable pricing. By 2009 volumes ... Read More

  • World Cigarettes - Indonesia 2014

    ...realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings Local production, which is strongly linked with domestic sales and boosted by growing exports, showed substantial growth in 2012 with output expanding by 8.3%. Although this ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Romania 2014

    ...on top multinational companies. Key Findings Menthol cigarettes are reported to form around 3.0% of market volume in 2012 but this segment is now threatened by the flavoring ban included in the revised EU Tobacco ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Egypt 2014

    ...on top multinational companies. Key Findings Per capita consumption rates in 2013 are 35.6% ahead of 1990 levels but have fallen by 14.4% since the peak of 2008. A further 6.6% fall is forecast for ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Israel 2014

    ...on top multinational companies. Key Findings Dubek, Israel's largest cigarette manufacturer relinquished the mainstream market leadership to PMI in 2003. PMI controlled 61.3% of the market in 2013 while Dubek's share was down to 14.7%. ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Morocco 2014

    ...on top multinational companies. Key Findings Higher consumer awareness of the health risks associated with smoking dark tobacco in unfiltered cigarettes, and a general trading-up by smokers have been cited as the reasons for the ... Read More

  • World Cigarettes - Ukraine 2014

    ...realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings More tax rises and growth in non-duty sales reduced legitimate volumes by 6.5%, with a further fall of 6.1% recorded in 2013. Contraband has grown again ... Read More

  • World Cigarettes - South Africa 2014

    ...implications market realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings Recent reports suggest that nearly 1 in 3 cigarettes smoked in South Africa are contraband making South Africa one of the world's largest contraband ... Read More

  • Tobacco Insights 2015 - May

    ...changing production and consumption patterns and the recent developments impacting the tobacco market. It provides a regional analysis of cigarette consumption including import and export share by region. Key Findings In Australia, BAT has announced ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Serbia 2014

    ...as well as analyzing the implications market realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings The majority of Serbian cigarettes are sold in the value sector with these accounting for 41% of volumes in ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Poland 2014

    ...as well as analyzing the implications market realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings Smoking remains widespread with around 33.9% of men and 22.8% of women reported to be regular or occasional smokers ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Kazakhstan 2014

    ...as well as analyzing the implications market realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings The market is dominated by locally manufactured domestic and international cigarettes, which accounted for 95.3% of volumes in 2013, ... Read More

  • Cigarettes in Belarus 2014

    ...as well as analyzing the implications market realignments have had on top multinational companies. Key Findings The market continues to be dominated by low price offerings. In 2011 low-priced brands represented 87.7% of sales, with ... Read More

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