The IWSR’s Forecast Report 2010-2015 – Rum (Europe)
Based on The IWSR's experience of local markets, The IWSR’s Forecast Report 2010-2015 – Rum analyses current and future trends in the rum category. The report covers 54 countries and includes detailed explanations as to why and how trends have been forecast and what factors are currently important in the market. The report also features a detailed global summary, including global category totals and an analysis of all quality segments (super-premium, premium, standard and value).
Some key findings from the report:
· The rum market in all major regions is expected to continue growing. The global compound annual growth rate (CAGR) is forecast to be 3.4% between 2009 and 2015; the CAGR between 2004 and 2009 was 3.3%.
· Chile is expected to overtake Germany to become the fifth-largest rum-consuming country by 2015.
· The Indian rum market accounted for nearly 29% of global rum sales in 2009. It is predicted that this share will have grown to over 33% by 2015.
Why purchase The IWSR’s Forecast Report 2010-2015 – Rum?
- Find out which markets will recover the fastest and furthest.
- Discover which categories will grow the fastest over the next five years and which will decline.
- Identify factors driving future trends.
- Gain insight into the future development of premium rums versus standard and value rums.
Table of contents
Contents of each country report
Demographic and economic data and comments
General background to the alcohol market
Specific problems forecasting
Summary of Forecasts – All Alcohol by Category
Summary of Forecasts – Wine by Category
Summary of Forecasts – Spirits by Category
Rum and Cane – Consumption by Category
Rum and Cane – Consumption by Quality
Rum and Cane – Consumption by Category and Quality – 000’s 9-Litre Cases
Rum and Cane – Share of Spirits Market
Rum and Cane – Current Trends, Key Factors and Future Trends
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- Czech Republic
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