Tuesday, August 31, 2010

New Report Global Bottled Water Market: Critical Success Factors and Global Forecast (2010-2015) Published By MarketsandMarkets

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Bottled water contributes a major share in the global soft drinks industry. Increasing awareness among people about consuming safe water is increasing demand for bottled water worldwide. Urbanization and increasing economic stability in developing countries such as China, India and Mexico is also generating demand for bottled water in this part of the world. Other factors influencing growth of bottled water are availability of convenience packaging and inability of the governments to provide safe drinking water.  The report segments the global bottled water market by products and geographies, estimates revenues for the next five years and analyzes emerging trends and opportunities for the same.
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