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By - Williams and Marshal Strategy
This report presents a comprehensive overview of the copper ores and concentrates market in Poland and its state as of January 2014. It provides detailed analysis of the industry, its dynamics and structure. The purpose of the report is to describe the state of the copper ores and concentrates market in Poland, to present actual and retrospective information about the volumes and dynamics of production, imports, exports and consumption, the characteristics of the market for the period 2008-2012 and to build a forecast for the market development until 2018. In the same way, the report...
By - Transparency
A transmission tower is a structure usually erected for the purpose of supporting and conveying transmission lines. Transmission tower are the main supporting structure for overhead lines. They carry heavy transmission conductor at a sufficient height from the ground. The overall market for the transmission tower has been segmented on the basis of product such as high voltage transmission towers (AC & DC), on the basis of tower design such as tubular steel, lattice, wood and concrete as well as on geographical basis. The increase in demand for electricity driven by the need for...
By - Transparency
An Enteric Cytopathic Human Orphan virus abbreviated as echovirus is an RNA virus that causes infections and diseases of gastrointestinal tract in the human body. Primarily, infants and young children are most susceptible to echovirus however it may also infect adults leading to various diseases such as acute febrile illness, respiratory diseases, rash, hand foot and mouth disease, myocarditis, encephalitis, neonatal sepsis and aseptic meningitis. There are no specific control measures or treatments for echovirus since its spread is contagious. Yet it can be prevented through...