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Transportation in Switzerland

Growth in transportation in Switzerland during 2013 was driven by the positive performances recorded in both air transportation and other transportation, with each category increasing in current value by 3% over the course of the year. In addition, ...

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Transportation in Morocco

Transportation in Morocco increased in current value by 3% in 2013, rising to MAD16 billion. Much of this growth was the result of strong growth in the numbers of passengers carried by the airlines operating in Morocco. In addition, online sales ...

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Transportation in Austria

Towards the end of the review period, growth in transportation in Austria continued to be driven by the rising value sales being generated in air transportation, specifically schedule airlines, which accounted for 86% of total transportation sales in...

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Transportation in Russia

Transportation in Russia posted strong current value growth of 15% in 2013, and airlines still drive the category. Air transportation accounted for 69% of total transportation value sales at current 2013 prices. Based on the air development the whole...

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Transportation in South Korea

The strong growth for air transportation, in particular low-cost carriers, had the highest impact on transportation in 2013. According to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, 2013 marked a record-high point for air transportation both ...

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Transportation in Thailand

Transportation’s performance began with a smooth path at the beginning of 2013 but became more sophisticated during the last quarter. Anti-government protesters had a negative impact as many international flights to Bangkok were cancelled, in ...

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Transportation in Vietnam

In 2013, transportation recorded an 18% increase in total value sales. 2013 growth was stronger than the review period CAGR due to the industry’s stagnant performance in 2007-2009 which pulled down the whole period’s growth altogether. In addition, ...

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Transportation in the Philippines

Transportation grew by 10% in value in 2013. Much of this growth was driven by air travel, which likewise registered 10% growth in value sales in 2013. Flying remains the most preferred method of travelling to other countries or to other islands ...

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Transportation in the Czech Republic

Air transportation saw a good year in 2013 recording a 5% increase in the number of people carried and 3% current value sales growth. The latter was driven by online value sales which were up by 19% in 2013. Growth was positively affected by the ...

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Transportation in Slovakia

Transportation in Slovakia was affected by several trends during 2013. Air continued to decline in 2013 in terms of the number of passengers and revenues. Passengers flow decreased due to decline in amount of passengers carried by low cost carriers. ...

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