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Market Research on Car Rental

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Car Rental in India

Car rental in 2014 registered strong growth in current value terms of 15%. This was driven almost entirely by urban consumers, and specifically those in metropolitan cities, as the option of self-drive car rental was available only in these ...

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Car Rental in Israel

Number of cars and transactions increased throughout the review period and in 2014, despite the increasing importance of rail.

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Car Rental in Italy

Car rental has been in Italy performed positively in 2014, growing in current value by 3% to €1.1 billion. Overall, the levels of organisation in the category improved substantially towards the end of the review period as increases were noted in the ...

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Car Rental in Mexico

During 2014, Mexico saw an increase in inbound tourists, which is one of the main drivers for the positive performance of car rental. Car rental players are mainly focused on business tourists, which are likely to be the most dynamic and demanding ...

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Car Rental in Brazil

Car rental registered current retail value growth of 6% to reach BRL3.0 billion in 2014. The year was marked by softening of demand, a consequence of weak economic performance combined with increasing inflation and high levels of household ...

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Car Rental in Croatia

Car rental experienced no major changes in 2014. The number of operators remained virtually unchanged over the review period. Leisure car rental continues to dominate, accounting for a retail value sales share of 69% in 2014. This trend was visible ...

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Car Rental in Venezuela

Car rental in Venezuela faced exceptional constraints regarding the availability of new cars in 2014, as a result of the monopoly on foreign exchange managed by the government. The seven car-assembly companies continued to be unable to access the ...

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Car Rental in the US

Car rental value sales grew by 6% in current terms in 2014, this being the fifth consecutive year of positive growth. Growth in the industry was primarily driven by increases in average price per day by US$5, but a 2% increase in transactions also ...

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Car Rental in Egypt

Car rental in Egypt is a highly fragmented category, with the highest value share of 7% belonging to Avis Europe Plc. Over 500 car rental companies exist in Egypt, most of them local companies with limited resources. Most of these companies operate ...

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Car Rental in Ecuador

Car rental companies in Ecuador continued to benefit from the Quito government’s traffic restriction plan known as pico y placa. Under this scheme, 20% of vehicles are prohibited from driving through central Quito on weekdays during peak traffic ...

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