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Analysis of the Antihypertensive Market in Select SADC Countries

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Analysis of the Antihypertensive Market in Select SADC Countries
Published: September 25, 2012 Content info:


Is There an Opportunity for Growth in the Antihypertensive Market?

This research service presents the findings on the antihypertensive market in select Southern Africa Developing Countries (SADC). The market size and growth of the total antihypertensive market is provided at total and country level. These give an insight into the major factors that are driving the market, together with main restrains that are limiting growth. The market size and growth for the four main drug classes are also presented both at aggregate and country level. At country level, a brief competitive overview is also provided for the antihypertensive market and this highlights key suppliers in the market and their respective market share. Key products that are top performing for each key supplier are also presented.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

  • What is the size of the antihypertensive market, is it expected to grow and at what rate?
  • Which drug class is widely used and why? What is the expected growth rate?
  • What are the key drivers for growth? What are the main restraints that are inhibiting growth?
  • Which companies are the key suppliers in each country? What are the key success factors to gain market leadership?
  • In which country do opportunities exists?
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Product Code: M8A2-01-00-00-00

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Market Overview

3. Total Antihypertensive Market

  • External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints
  • Forecast and Trends
  • Mega Trends and Industry Convergence Implications

4. The CEO's 360 Degree Perspective on the Antihypertensive Market

5. Zimbabwe Breakdown

6. Malawi Breakdown

7. Mauritius Breakdown

8. The Last Word

9. Appendix

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