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Romania Pesticides Market Report Analysis and Forecast to 2025  Read Chinese Translation

  • Publisher: IndexBox
  • Publication date: Mar. 20, 2017
  • Format: Electronic – PDF
  • Pages: 110
  • Price: $1890
Table of contents
The report provides an in-depth analysis of the market for pesticides in Romania. It presents the latest data of the market size and volume, domestic production, exports and imports, price dynamics and turnover in the industry. The report shows the sales data, allowing you to identify the key drivers and restraints. You can find here a strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market. Forecasts illustrate how the market will be transformed in the medium term. Profiles of the leading companies and brands are also included.

Data coverage:
-Market volume and value
-Volume and dynamics of domestic production
- Structure of production by commodity groups
- Structure of production by regions
- Key market players and their profiles
-Volume and dynamics of exports/imports
- Producer prices, import/export prices
-Trade structure and channels
-Factors influencing the market
- Forecast of the market dynamics in the medium term
- Per Capita Consumption

This report on Romania: Pesticides – Market Report. Analysis and Forecast to 2025 presents a selection of tables and figures on a wide range of industry-related topics, covering the 28 EU Member States. The most recent data are presented where possible, the latest reference year (for some data sets) being 2015.

Domestic production
Data on domestic production is based on PRODCOM, the European Union (EU) survey providing statistics on the production of manufactured goods. It is based on a list of products; for each product in the list, the statistics show the amount produced in each year, for individual countries and for the EU as a whole.

Imports and Exports
UN Comtrade is used for trade data and is based on the 6-digit Harmonised System (HS). HS was developed by the World Customs Organisation (WCO). The system covers about 5,000 commodity groups, each identified by a six-digit code. More than 179 countries and economies use the system. The UN Comtrade database contains more than 3.1 billion trade records starting from 1962.

Cousumption and Market Value
In this survey apparent consumption is calculated as Consumption = Production + Imports – Exports. Variations in inventory are not taken into account.In the calculation of apparent consumption sometimes negative consumption is calculated, this is the case when exports are higher than production and imports combined, and in that case figures are treated as not available. Because these figures are not always accurate they should be considered carefully.

The information in this report is as detailed as possible. However in some cases qualitative data is not available on product or sub-sector level. In these cases information on the sector level is provided.
Market value is represented at *** prices. In the calculations, the market value at producer/importer prices multiplied by margin of ***. This assessment should be used with caution. It may be higher or lower depending on factor margins.
Prices and price development

Price development overview is based on the industrial producer price index that measures the gross monthly change in the trading price of industrial products. PPI is provided by Eurostat. There are two sub-indices for the industrial producer price index, one for the domestic and one for the non-domestic market.
When combined, the sub-indices give the change in the PPI for a given product. The PPI measures price changes from the point of view of the producer/manufacturers of a product. In this it differs from consumer price indices which measure the prices from the point of view of consumers/buyers.
The index reflects basic prices, which exclude VAT and similar deductible taxes directly linked to turnover. By contrast, any subsidies on products received by the producer should be added. In order to show the true development of price movements, actual transaction prices -instead of list prices- are collected.
For producer prices on the non-domestic market, the price are calculated at national frontiers, FOB (free on board); this means that the seller pays for transportation of the goods to the port of shipment, plus loading costs, and the buyer pays freight, insurance, unloading costs and transportation from the port of destination to his factory. All characteristics that determine the price of the products have to be taken into account. This includes quantity of units sold, transport provided, rebates, service conditions, guarantee conditions and destination.
Structural business statistics
The analysis presented in this chapter is based on the main dataset for structural business statistics (SBS), size class data and regional data, all of which are published annually by Eurostat.
The main series provides information for each EU Member State as well as a number of non-member countries at a detailed level according to the activity classification NACE. Data are available for a wide range of variables.
In structural business statistics, size classes are generally defined by the number of persons employed.