RNCOS has recently added a new Market Research Report titled, “Global Aerospace Industry Outlook 2015”
to its report gallery. In the past few years, the global aerospace industry has witnessed an impressive growth, with the civil aviation segment emerging as the major contributor to its expansion. The US and European countries are the dominant markets for aerospace industry, and acting as catalyst for the overall growth. The global aerospace industry is forecasted to register CAGR of around 2.5% during 2012-2015.
As per our new research report, “Global Aerospace Industry Outlook 2015”
, the aerospace industry has globally emerged as a highly potential market, even after the recession. In order to apprise our clients about the direction in which the aerospace industry is likely to progress in the coming years, we have presented the forecasts for global, civil, and military aerospace industry till 2015. The overall study also provides the regional-level analysis of developed markets.
Moreover, our study has found that US represents the biggest aerospace market in the world, followed by France, UK, Germany and Canada. In near future, developing nations, like China, India, Mexico, and Brazil are expected to emerge as potential marketplaces for aerospace products.
On studying the market trends and drivers, we found how growing air traffic and increasing merger & acquisition activities are adding growth to this strong industry. Our report provides an extensive research and objective analysis of the global aerospace market, and its various segments, including civil and military aerospace. In addition, the report entails a detailed analysis of the industry in terms of developed and emerging markets. Our research work contains information on the key players such as Business Description and Recent Developments which will help clients assess opportunities existing in the global aerospace market, and formulate appropriate strategies.
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