Analgesics in Belgium
While it was previously perceived as yet another variable, weather could become the primary concern for players in analgesics in the coming years. Given that Belgians usually over-consume systemic analgesics at the first sign of cold or flu symptoms, the increasingly uncertain climatic conditions pose a serious threat for the category. In terms of epidemiology, the uncertainty started in 2017 and did not witness any peak for cases of influenza from January to March, in contrast with the same per...
Euromonitor International's Analgesics in Belgium report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides the latest retail sales data 2014-2018, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth. Forecasts to 2023 illustrate how the market is set to change.
Product coverage: Systemic Analgesics, Topical Analgesics/Anaesthetic.
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
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- ANALGESICS IN BELGIUM
- Euromonitor International
- February 2019
- LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES
- Analgesics Increasingly Susceptible To the Vagaries of the Weather
- Patches and Fast-acting Products Could Prevent Saturation in Topical Analgesics/anaesthetics
- Dangerous Secondary Effect of Increasing Unit Price
- Competitive Landscape
- Further Erosion of Mainstream Brands
- Active Substances Are Becoming Brand Names, Which Benefits Generics
- Brands Focus on Niche Products and New Formats
- Category Data
- Table 1 Sales of Analgesics by Category: Value 2013-2018
- Table 2 Sales of Analgesics by Category: % Value Growth 2013-2018
- Table 3 Sales of Topical Analgesics/Anaesthetic by Format: % Value 2013-2018
- Table 4 NBO Company Shares of Analgesics: % Value 2014-2018
- Table 5 LBN Brand Shares of Analgesics: % Value 2015-2018
- Table 6 Forecast Sales of Analgesics by Category: Value 2018-2023
- Table 7 Forecast Sales of Analgesics by Category: % Value Growth 2018-2023
- Executive Summary
- Differing Fates for OTC Products and Other Consumer Health
- Non-otc Products Also Have Their Own Constraints
- Generic, Medium-sized And/or Local Manufacturers Fare Better Than Ethical Multinationals
- Movement Within Distribution
- Manufacturers Remain Wary of Future Legislation
- Market Indicators
- Table 8 Consumer Expenditure on Health Goods and Medical Services: Value 2013-2018
- Table 9 Life Expectancy at Birth 2013-2018
- Market Data
- Table 10 Sales of Consumer Health by Category: Value 2013-2018
- Table 11 Sales of Consumer Health by Category: % Value Growth 2013-2018
- Table 12 NBO Company Shares of Consumer Health: % Value 2014-2018
- Table 13 LBN Brand Shares of Consumer Health: % Value 2015-2018
- Table 14 Penetration of Private Label in Consumer Health by Category: % Value 2013-2018
- Table 15 Distribution of Consumer Health by Format: % Value 2013-2018
- Table 16 Distribution of Consumer Health by Format and Category: % Value 2018
- Table 17 Forecast Sales of Consumer Health by Category: Value 2018-2023
- Table 18 Forecast Sales of Consumer Health by Category: % Value Growth 2018-2023
- OTC Registration and Classification
- Vitamins and Dietary Supplements Registration and Classification
- Self-medication/self-care and Preventive Medicine
- Summary 1 OTC: Switches
- Summary 2 Research Sources