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Pet Products in Japan

Pet products recorded marginal current value growth in 2014; however, growth was attributable to the VAT increase from 5% to 8% in April 2014. When considering category changes in terms of manufacturer shipping values or volumes, the category ...

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Pet Products in Romania

Pet products will witness excellent sales growth in 2015, because of the increased attention being paid by pet owners to the wellbeing of their pets. It can be said that pet products is a category that is ready to satisfy the wish to provide pets ...

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Pet Products in Austria

In 2015, pet owners in Austria will spend more money on pet products than ever before. The main reasons are the consumers’ growing attention to their pets’ health and wellbeing and the ever-increasing popularity of pet superstores and pet shops which...

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Pet Products in Germany

The status and role of pets in Germany continues to evolve. In today’s modern society they are considered friends, family members and sometimes even work companions or hobbies, when entered into competitions for example. In any case, they play an ...

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Pet Products in Turkey

In 2015, pet products is set to record a dynamic performance, registering 16% current value growth. Increasing pet ownership, rising pet health and wellness consciousness among pet owners, and widening product variety and availability will continue ...

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Pet Products in Greece

In 2015, value sales of pet care products are expected to decline further. Even though the category already contracted considerably over the review period, the decline in sales is set to be steeper in 2015. This is due to the widespread uncertainty ...

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Pet Products in Morocco

The increasing acceptance amongst Moroccan households of owning pets is pushing them to adopt a new trend of buying more pet products, aiming to make their pets look good. On the other hand, a large number of households opt to buy pet products such ...

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Pet Products in Israel

Pet products is likely to be characterised by continuity of the existing trends in 2015. Consumers are generally looking for ways to keep their pets healthy and reduce the inconvenience or nuisance of pet care. As a result, premiumisation is being ...

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Pet Products in Singapore

Given the increasingly healthy options available for pet food, such as fortified dog food and cat food with natural ingredients, pet healthcare and dietary supplements were hampered in 2015. Despite higher disposable income and a greater willingness ...

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Pet Products in Taiwan

Taiwanese spending on pet products remained strong despite the slower growth of pet numbers. Pet owners treat pets as part of the family, and with smaller family sizes, this role was becoming even more important. Dogs remained the major driver of ...

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