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Understand Consumers’ Consumption and Expenditure Patterns With Oral Hygiene in South Korea to 2011

October 30, 2008

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/f281e9/oral_hygiene_in_so) has announced the addition of the “Oral Hygiene in South Korea to 2011″ report to their offering.

This databook is a detailed information resource covering all the key data points on Oral Hygiene in South Korea. It includes comprehensive value volume segmentation and market share data. The databook supplies actual data to 2006 and full forecasts to 2011.

Scope

– Contains information on 5 categories: Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Mouthwash, Dental floss and Denture care

– Provides market value, volume, expenditure and consumption data by market, segment and subsegment

– Includes company and brand share data by categories

Highlights of this title

The market for Oral Hygiene in South Korea increased between 2001-2006, growing at an average annual rate of 8.4%.

The leading company in the market in 2006 was LG Corp. The second-largest player was Procter & Gamble Company, The with Pacific Corporation in third place.

Key reasons to purchase this title

– Discover the major quantitative trends affecting the Oral Hygiene markets

– Understand the future direction of the market with reliable historical data and full five year forecasting

Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Chapter 2 INTRODUCTION

Chapter 3 MARKET OVERVIEW

Chapter 4 LEADING COMPANY PROFILES

Chapter 5 CATEGORY ANALYSIS – DENTAL FLOSS

Chapter 6 CATEGORY ANALYSIS – DENTURE CARE

Chapter 7 CATEGORY ANALYSIS – MOUTHWASH

Chapter 8 CATEGORY ANALYSIS – TOOTHBRUSHES

Chapter 9 CATEGORY ANALYSIS – TOOTHPASTE

Chapter 10 COUNTRY COMPARISON

Chapter 11 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Chapter 12 SOUTH KOREA SOCIOECONOMIC PROFILE

Chapter 13 SOUTH KOREA MACROECONOMIC PROFILE

Chapter 14 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Chapter 15 APPENDIX

LIST OF FIGURES

LIST OF TABLES

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/f281e9/oral_hygiene_in_so

Source: Datamonitor




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