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Saudi Arabia Deferred Debit or Charge Cards Usage Analytics: 2009 to 2019; is an exhaustive research report outlaying Deferred Debit or Charge Cards usage in Saudi Arabia. The report provides year on year statistics on Number of Cards issued, Average Transaction value, Frequency of use, Turnover, Value and Number of Transactions for the period 2009 to 2019.
Key Findings A deferred debit card is linked to the customer personal bank account and is used to make card payments. At the end of the billing cycle, the value of all card payments made in that cycle are debited from the customer... (more)
“The Future of Retailing in Saudi Arabia to 2020” is based upon an extensive, cross-country, industry research program which brings together Verdict Retail’s research, modeling, and analysis expertise in order to develop uniquely detailed market data. It provides detailed quantitative analysis of past and future trends—crucially providing retail sales data not just by channel and by product, but showing product sales through different channels. This allows marketers interested in retailing to determine how to account for the development of retail trade overall and to know which channels are... (more)
The 8% total volume growth and 12% total value growth recorded in energy drinks in current terms in 2015 were in line with the growth rates recorded in the category during 2014. This can be mainly attributed to strict government regulations on the sale of energy drinks which were implemented in the Kingdom in 2014. New laws were passed in March 2014 after several deaths reportedly resulted from the excessive consumption of energy drinks, which led to a ban being imposed on the marketing
Energy Drinks in Saudi Arabia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market... (more)
It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market—be they legislative, distribution, packaging or pricing issues.
The growing young population of Saudi Arabia and the rising general health consciousness of the country’s entire population, which is especially noticeable among middle-aged consumers, were the main drivers of value growth in bottled water in 2015. The increases being seen in the number of both men’s and women’s gymnasiums and the Saudi government’s aggressive plan to build more parks, walkways and... (more)
Air care is an important element of traditional Saudi lifestyles. Saudis have a long-established tradition of keeping their homes fragrant by use of various scents and fresheners. Traditionally, oud fragrances are very popular in the country. Incense and traditional woods are not only used on special occasions but on a regular basis as a means of removing unpleasant odours as well as purifying the home. With society modernising, the new generation wants to keep the tradition alive.
Air Care in Saudi Arabia market report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the... (more)
The rationalisation of public spending - amid lower oil prices - combined with the pushback of solar power targets will hamper growth in Saudi Arabia's non-hydropower renewables sector. As the Saudi Arabian renewables sector is in its early stages, we forecast that it will struggle to gain entry to the thermal power dominated market.
Latest Updates And Structural Trends ? We have revised our forecasts for total non-hydropower renewables to be added throughout the 10-year forecast period. In our previous report we forecasted that installed solar capacity will increase from 47 megawatts... (more)
The outlook for public spending on all but the most important power sector infrastructure is a strong headwind, with the Saudi government undertaking fiscal consolidation as it faces up to lower oil revenues. Delays and cancellations to the most ambitious and costly projects across all areas of the power sector remain the biggest risk to our forecasts as the kingdom rationalises spending. Upside risk comes from the strategic importance being placed on gas-fired generation.
Latest Trends And Developments:
? The outlook for Saudi Arabia's economy has deteriorated as lower oil prices... (more)
Managed Security Services (MSS) are the network security services majorly outsourced by the service providers. In addition to providing security to the client’s devices and systems, MSS provides clock monitoring, unified threat management, end point security, distributed denial of services, and consulting services. Over the years, UAE managed security services market has been growing at a robust pace on account of increasing cybercrime, fast emerging Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) concept, and growing concerns regarding malicious malware attacks, zero-day attacks, Synchronization (SYN) floods... (more)
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