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DUBLIN, March 11, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Saudi Arabia Fertilizer Market – Growth Trends, Covid-19, and Forecast (2022-2027)” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The fertilizer market in Saudi Arabia is expected to register a CAGR of 7.4% during the forecast period (2022-2027). The effects of COVID-19 have been severe on the economy in all sectors of Saudi Arabia, leading to labor shortages, temporary factory closures and reduced operating rates across all sectors. industrial sectors of the country.

Even though factories have resumed operations, there have been shipping and logistics issues. Thus, finding air, sea or land freight was a major disruptive factor for companies involved in the industry. Higher costs of containers and shipping, transportation and storage have driven up fertilizer prices.

Over the years, Saudi Arabia, a country that receives an average of about four inches of rain each year, has sought to develop its agricultural sector to achieve self-sufficiency in food security. Thus, the application of fertilizers to improve crop growth and yield is expected to become crucial, creating an increased demand for fertilizers.

The fertilizer market in Saudi Arabia is expected to register a CAGR of 7.4% during the forecast period (2022-2027). The effects of COVID-19 have been severe on the economy in all sectors of Saudi Arabia, leading to labor shortages, temporary factory closures and reduced operating rates across all sectors. industrial sectors of the country.

Even though factories have resumed operations, there have been shipping and logistics issues. Thus, finding air, sea or land freight was a major disruptive factor for companies involved in the industry. Higher costs of containers and shipping, transportation and storage have driven up fertilizer prices.

Although nitrogen fertilizer segment took the largest share of the market with a share of 39.3% in 2021, the application of potassium fertilizer is increasing at a rapid rate as it can improve plant tolerance to abiotic stress , especially lack of water, which can otherwise significantly reduce crop yields. The production of fruits and vegetables has developed in the country.

Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of developing local food sources. Thus, increase in agricultural activity due to various government initiatives to achieve self-sufficiency is expected to drive the fertilizer market in the country during the forecast period.

Main market trends

Increase the export potential of fertilizers

Saudi Arabia is the largest ammonia exporter in the GCC region. Ammonia exports are mainly destined for the Indian market, with the rest being diverted to other Asian and African countries. There are various potential sales destinations for Saudi ammonia producers in Asia-Pacific, including China, Japan, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam. Arab producers have a competitive advantage in supplying the Asia-Pacific region (especially South and Southeast Asia) compared to its other European, African and South American counterparts.

According to ITC trade, the export quantity of urea increased during the period 2017-2020 in Saudi Arabia. The country’s urea exports were recorded at 3,797.5 thousand metric tons in 2017 and reached 4,428.7 thousand metric tons in 2020. Thailand was Saudi Arabia’s main destination, with a share in value by 23.9% in 2020. Other destinations include the United States, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand.

The availability of natural gas at an attractive price in the country gives the advantage of low production cost. The ability of producers to run plants efficiently and reliably makes building integrated, export-oriented urea plants very attractive. This is expected to drive the overall market growth.

Nitrogen Fertilizers Dominate the Product Type Segment

Saudi Arabia accounts for about one-third of the GCC’s fertilizer export volume of approximately 7.2 million metric tons, with urea accounting for 53% and the remainder split between ammonia and DAP. Saudi Arabia depends mainly on imports for its domestic consumption of vegetables. To avoid total dependence on vegetable imports, the Saudi government has formulated policies that encourage farmers to grow crops that require little water rather than crops that consume more water. Vegetable yield increased from 174,026 hg/ha in 2016 to 176,524 hg/ha in 2018, thanks to improved water conditions.

Moreover, the increase in the cultivation of vegetable crops (tomatoes) mainly drives the demand for ammonium sulfate as it also helps in plant growth by providing nitrogen. Domestic demand for ammonium sulphate is mainly met by imports. SafSulphur company is one of the leading companies that offer good quality ammonium sulphate in Saudi Arabia.

Imports of ammonium sulphate into the country have grown steadily over the review period. For example, according to ITC trade, the import of ammonium sulphate increased from 1,981 metric tons in 2019 to 2,126 metric tons in 2020, indicating possible market growth in the coming years.

In addition, the government wants the country to be self-sufficient in vegetable production, especially after the food crisis a few years ago. As a result, the demand for nitrogen fertilizers, such as urea, is expected to increase in the coming years.

Competitive landscape

The fertilizer market in Saudi Arabia is moderately consolidated in nature, with major players accounting for 53.2% of the market share. Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC), Maaden phosphate Co., Arabian Agricultural Services Co. (ARASCO), Saudi United Fertilizer Co. (Al-Asmida) and Saf Sulfur Company are the major players in the fertilizer market in Saudi Arabia.

The domestic and international players in the market are focusing on strategies such as increasing investment in research and development, product launches, expansions and partnerships to improve their market share in the region.

Companies cited

  • Maaden Phosphate Co.

  • Saudi Society for Basic Industries (SABIC)

  • Al-Jubail Fertilizer Company (AlBayroni)

  • Al-Tayseer Chemical Industry

  • Jas Global Industries

  • Arabian Agricultural Services Co. (ARASCO)

  • Saudi United Fertilizer Company (AlAsmida)

  • Takamul National Agriculture

  • Saf Sulfur Company

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Zipmex Partners with Polygon Studios and Celebrates the Launch of the NFT Platform with the First Metaverse Concert in Thailand https://aisa-net.com/zipmex-partners-with-polygon-studios-and-celebrates-the-launch-of-the-nft-platform-with-the-first-metaverse-concert-in-thailand/ Fri, 04 Mar 2022 12:11:00 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/zipmex-partners-with-polygon-studios-and-celebrates-the-launch-of-the-nft-platform-with-the-first-metaverse-concert-in-thailand/

SINGAPORE, March 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — South East Asia leading digital asset platform Zipmex today announced a strategic partnership with Polygon studiosthe famous NFT and gaming branch of the Polygon blockchain, to expand its ecosystem by launching the NFT platform Zixel by Zipmex. Tens of thousands of people from around the world celebrated the launch together at Thailand first metaverse gig on Decentraland.

The long-term partnership with Polygon Studios is part of Zipmex’s 2022 strategy to realize its vision in NFTs and the metaverse, as well as position its ecosystem for future growth. In addition to investing in Zipmex’s native token, ZMT, Polygon Studios will roll out new virtual experiences on the metaverse with Zixel by Zipmex throughout 2022, targeting the Asia Pacific Marlet.

Kelvin LamCEO of Zipmex Group said“It has always been a priority for Zipmex to enhance the user experience with cutting-edge cryptographic technologies. We are thrilled to partner with Polygon Studios to become digital literacy pioneers in South East Asia, a region that has seen significant growth in crypto adoption in recent years. We welcome everyone – whether new to crypto or natives – to join us in this crypto revolution both in the online and offline world.”

Steven Bryson Haynes, Vice President, Head of Business Development at Polygon Studios“It is a pleasure to collaborate with like-minded crypto leaders like Zipmex to drive digital literacy starting with NFT integration. We look forward to introducing new metaverse initiatives through Zixel by Zipmex as well than standardizing crypto and blockchain as part of life South East Asia.”

Zixel by Zipmex successfully held its first event on Decentraland, ‘Zixel Launch Party’ celebrating the launch of the NFT Platform. Participants from all over the world were able to interact with the Zixel NFT gallery and from Asia top music talent, including Thai Electronic Pop group, Getsunova, and a DJ set from hong kongShanghaiLondon based music collective, Yeti outside. The event also invited users to participate in a wide range of activities such as Zixel NFT gallery showcase, NFT badge and wearable giveaways.

Currently, Zipmex hosts South East Asia Metaverse’s first physical exhibit,”Zixe’s Metaworldl”. Visitors can immerse themselves in the Metaverse through a variety of interconnected experiences with the ‘Zixel Launch Party’ event on Decentraland. In its NFT Factory area, visitors can create their own virtual avatar by recording their movements powered by motion capture technology The expo also includes a Crypto Arcade X Polygon Studios area where visitors can play to win MATIC, Polygon’s native token, and other prizes through a Polygon Studios-sponsored Gashapon machine. event will end on March 20, 2022.

About Zixel by Zipmex

The digital collection destination to discover, collect and trade selected NFTs. Zixel by Zipmex is a platform where brands and digital communities connect, and where internet art and culture converge.

About Zipmex Group

Zipmex is South East Asia fastest growing digital asset platform with a focus on building the foundation of from Asia financial architecture to allow everyone to discover the world of digital assets. The company’s Thai subsidiary has a digital asset exchange license and a brokerage license issued by the Ministry of Finance of Thailand, and is regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company has offices across South East Asia: Singapore, Australia and Indonesia.

About Polygon

Polygon is the leading platform for scaling and developing Ethereum infrastructure. Its growing suite of products provides developers with easy access to all major scaling and infrastructure solutions: L2 solutions (ZK Rollups and Optimistic Rollups), sidechains, hybrid solutions, standalone and enterprise chains, data availability, etc. Polygon’s scaling solutions have been widely adopted with over 7,000 hosted applications, over 1 billion transactions processed, approximately 100 million unique user addresses, and over $5 billion in revenue. secure assets. If you are an Ethereum developer, you are already a Polygon developer! Leverage Polygon’s fast and secure txns for your dApp, start here.

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About Polygon Studios

Polygon Studios is the Gaming and NFT arm of Polygon that is focused on growing the global Blockchain Gaming and NFT industry and bridging the gap between Web 2 and Web 3 gaming through investment, marketing and development. developer support. The Polygon Studios ecosystem includes popular NFT games and projects like OpenSea, Upshot, Aavegotchi, Zed Run, Skyweaver by Horizon Games, Decentraland, Megacryptopolis, Neon District, Cometh, and Decentral Games. If you’re a game developer, builder, or NFT creator looking to join the Polygon Studios ecosystem, start here.

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Exit Stage Left: Uncompetitive coal being crowded out by cheaper renewables https://aisa-net.com/exit-stage-left-uncompetitive-coal-being-crowded-out-by-cheaper-renewables/ Sun, 27 Feb 2022 13:13:59 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/exit-stage-left-uncompetitive-coal-being-crowded-out-by-cheaper-renewables/

Last week, the owner of Australia’s largest coal-fired power station announced the early closure of its plant and replacement with the largest battery in the southern hemisphere. According to the CEO of Origin Energy, “The economics of coal-fired power plants are under increasing and unsustainable pressure from cleaner, lower-cost generation, including solar, wind and batteries.”

In the same week, $100 billion in renewable energy investments were submitted for the government’s “Renewable Energy Zone”, in the region where most of Australia’s coal-fired power stations are located. The 80 investment projects included solar power, wind power, batteries and pumped hydropower.

The energy economy now means that coal is not competitive, and certainly in the decades to come. For state-owned Electricité du Cambodge (EDC) in Cambodia, coal-fired power is almost double the price it pays for auctioned solar power projects.

In this respect, Cambodia is in an enviable position – only a third of the coal-fired power projects planned to supply the Kingdom are actually built or nearing completion. With these plants alone, Cambodia has a more than adequate supply of electricity. Which is fortunate, as the remaining two-thirds of planned coal projects may struggle to secure funding. The risk that these projects will be delayed or canceled is high after announcements last year that China, Japan and Korea – in addition to a host of other countries, private and public banks – were on the verge of to end their support for coal power.

Strategically, a contingency plan if these projects cannot get funding would be prudent for Cambodia. Modeling analysis performed for Cambodia’s power system shows that without this planned but not yet started 3,100 MW coal-fired power, electricity costs would be lower through 2030 and 2040. Such a plan would balance between existing coal and hydropower, with new solar, wind, unconventional hydro, and fast-acting gas and batteries.

The results show that it is economically stronger for Cambodia – this would translate into cheaper electricity, better energy security, more investment and green jobs. No need to pay monthly to import coal or fuel gas for electricity, or worry about the volatility of world coal or gas prices. And that means global brands continue to operate in Cambodia trying to decarbonize their supply chains.

As in Australia, investors are ready. Last year, $920 billion was invested in energy transition deployment and climate technology companies, with Asia-Pacific accounting for half of that and growing rapidly, according to the Bloomberg New Energy Finance report for 2021. Investment in Cambodia will be aided by the new Investment Law which signals support for green energy, as well as the Cambodia-China Free Trade Agreement (CCFTA) and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).

The international community has pledged to help. Last year, Chinese President Xi Jinping said China would step up support for developing countries in green and low-carbon energy while ending its support for coal.

In Cambodia, the French Development Agency (AFD) is financing millions of EDCs to modernize its network with support from the EU. The Asian Development Bank (AfDB) supports the Cambodian government in its energy planning, energy efficiency policy and the development of an investment support pipeline, as well as technical support to meet the challenges of the integration of variable solar energy into the grid.

JICA has long supported the Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME) and EDC. The International Energy Agency has reached out to support Cambodia – the IEA has done an amazing job helping Thailand understand how to prepare for and take advantage of variable renewables at lower cost. Australia has helped MME and EDC develop a strategy and roadmap to take incremental steps each year to be ready. Germany, via GIZ and KfW, supports efficient energy use, grid expansion and electric mobility. This month, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) launched its Smart Power program for Southeast Asia.

Cambodia is in a good position to leapfrog the challenges other countries face in phasing out coal and planning for a balanced future. EDC and MME are well positioned at the center of the power system to make sound, technology-neutral economic decisions. In many developed markets, there is a separation of responsibilities for the supply and dispatch of electricity, the transmission of electricity through network cables, and the sale to customers. In other countries, it can be difficult to work with all these stakeholders with different vested interests to adapt to and take advantage of significant technological changes.

In Cambodia, EDC purchases and signs agreements for power generation from Independent Power Producers (IPPs); they do the same for network infrastructure such as transmission or distribution cables. EDC also manages the delicate balancing of electricity through its dispatch center at the National Control Center; and finally, EDC sells electricity to many customers (although most rural customers buy electricity from Rural Electric Companies (REEs). This means EDC can have visibility and control systems, from generation to users, to maintain network reliability and stability.

For example, EDC is responsible for dispatching electricity. They know what is needed to maintain network balance at the millisecond, hour, day, and season level and they can procure the appropriate provisioning and “grid balancing services” to meet these needs with more solar and wind power. They can then guarantee the availability of a fast-acting response from batteries, hydroelectric plants, gas engines or customers (i.e. pay a customer to refuse their use). Or when EDC purchases and signs a power purchase agreement with an IPP (hopefully competitively), it can ensure that its contracts include future adjustment clauses such as the flexibility incentive (to increase or decrease) or pay different prices depending on when solar power is plentiful or when the sun is down.

Cambodia has excellent solar and wind resources, more than 10 times greater than its needs. Solar, wind and battery power can be built quickly and incrementally – as Elon Musk proved to the world when he announced that the world’s largest battery would be built in 100 days to meet the balancing needs of the world. South Australia network.

In Thailand, the electric utility EGAT is currently purchasing a hybrid of floating solar, hydraulic, battery and system controls, towards its goal of solarizing all the dams in the country.

The technology to balance the variability of solar and wind generation at a site or system level already exists and is being deployed worldwide. Production variability becomes difficult when its production share exceeds 20-25%. To be clear, Cambodia is not at that stage at all – according to the Electricity Authority of Cambodia, only 6% of the country’s generation came from solar power in 2021. This will decrease by more than half when the new coal-fired power plant in Sihanoukville is commissioned. South Australia is already at over 55% and on some days it is at 100%.

Clean energy is generally designed for its environmental and climate change mitigation benefits. This month, Cambodian Environment Minister Say Samal launched “Cambodia’s Long-Term Strategy for Carbon Neutrality. This has been submitted to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and makes Cambodia one of the only two least developed countries to have submitted a strategy with a clear objective of carbon neutrality by 2050.

Achieving this target largely depends on forestry and agriculture, with the emissions intensity of the electricity sector actually increasing. If coal projects cannot continue, an emergency strategy with a more balanced mix would greatly improve the chances of achieving these goals with stronger economic benefits for Cambodia.

Bridget McIntosh is Country Manager, EnergyLab Cambodia

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World Summit ends with a million rallies of hope and renewed calls for unity on the Korean Peninsula https://aisa-net.com/world-summit-ends-with-a-million-rallies-of-hope-and-renewed-calls-for-unity-on-the-korean-peninsula/ Tue, 22 Feb 2022 22:14:00 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/world-summit-ends-with-a-million-rallies-of-hope-and-renewed-calls-for-unity-on-the-korean-peninsula/

The Summit attracted participants from some 160 nations

Washington, DC, Feb. 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

World Summit ends with a million rallies of hope and renewed calls for unity on the Korean Peninsula

The 2022 World Summit (Korean Peninsula Peace Summit) ended with global encouragement, practical advice and prayers for renewed efforts to unite the Korean Peninsula and end the last Cold War divide.

“Despite your difficult circumstances due to the coronavirus pandemic, I am confident that you, our world leaders, will achieve peace and unification on the Korean Peninsula through your commitment and dedication. Thank you,” said the dr. Hak Ja Han Moonco-founder of the Universal Peace Federation (UPF) and host of the World Summit 2022.

The February 11-13 summit was sponsored by UPF and the Royal Government of Cambodia. Cambodian Prime Minister Samdech Hun Sen and he Ban Ki Moonformer Secretary-General of the United Nations, co-chaired the Summit.

The summit drew participants from some 160 countries, including 157 countries that have diplomatic relations with one or both Koreas. Nigeria, for example, has “maintained cordial relations with the two Koreas in the areas of trade, education, cultural exchanges and transfer of technology”, the Nigerian president said. Muhammadu Buhari. “And so, when it comes to what needs to be done to ensure lasting peace on the peninsula, we are happy to be part of it,” he said.

In his address, Dr. Moon explained that building a family under God is the way to create a world filled with freedom, equality and peace.

As tears welled up in her eyes, she asked “the citizens of North and South Korea” to join her and “unite as brothers and sisters.” “Only then can we achieve true unification of the Korean Peninsula,” she said, adding that when the peoples of the world become sons and daughters of God, we can “achieve peace and unity.” ‘global unification in our lifetime’.

In his opening speech, Ban lamented that “despite our ardent aspirations and various efforts…we have not been able to make a lasting breakthrough” on the peninsula. Noting the recent series of missile tests by North Korea, he urged the UN to implement the sanctions enacted while taking steps to help North Korean leaders “return to the dialogue table”.

Mr Ban hailed the UPF and its Think Tank 2022 project as “very significant” – they provide a “robust platform” to build on and lead to meaningful breakthrough, he said. He also thanked Dr Moon, saying she “spared no effort” to bring peace to the Korean Peninsula.

Finally, speaking of his own experiences living in a divided nation, Mr. Ban said he hoped that “one day in the near future” people in the South will be able to “engage directly with our brothers and sisters in the North”. “If we work together with wisdom, sincerity and determination, I believe we can light the way to peace, both on the Korean Peninsula and beyond,” he said.

“I have great faith in the word ‘hope,'” former Japanese prime minister says Shinzo Abeciting “trust and honesty” as crucial elements in talks to advance peace in Korea.

In his address, US President Donald J. Trump (2017-2021) said that when he took office, experts around him saw the Korean situation as “absolutely hopeless”. He said he rejected that prospect and instead worked with allies Mr Abe of Japan and South Korean President Moon Jae-in to craft “a bold new strategy” that led him to meet three once North Korean President Kim Jong-un. and become the first American president to stand on North Korean soil.

Together, “we have planted seeds of peace and cooperation, and now we must let them blossom and grow, just like a giant tree. To squander this chance would be a profound tragedy,” Mr. Trump said. He added that countless people of goodwill around the world are “working, striving and praying for a Korea that is safe, prosperous, flourishing, united and finally at peace.”

“Personal relationships” are so important in building trust, said the Hon. Mike PompeoUS Secretary of State (2018-2021), who recalled some of the ups and downs of his diplomatic encounters with the North Koreans in his remarks.

HE Jose Manuel Barroso, president of the European Commission (2004-2014), said he had followed several “peace processes”, including that of war-torn Angola. Although Angolan leaders have been tempted to divide the nation, they have found ways to overcome their differences as a nation. Quoting Nelson Mandela, he added: “It always seems impossible until it’s done.”

US Vice President Mike Pence (2017-2021) listed religious freedom; dignity and respect for all life, born and unborn; equal treatment before the law; education and strong families as essential elements of a stable and prosperous nation.

“Independence and self-determination” are also vital ingredients for a strong nation, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has said. “Cambodia was also a victim of the Cold War and great power politics, but positive engagement helped it find unity.” The Korean people share a common language, culture and history, the prime minister added. “You can’t cut the Korean lineage. People are like water, you can’t cut the water.

Many world leaders have invoked faith in God to resolve humanity’s crises.

“What is impossible for us is possible for God,” said HE Federico Franco, President of Paraguay (2012-2013). “Prayer continues to be the best weapon we have for the return of peace to the Korean Peninsula…and all of you in Seoul are not alone; in all the countries of the planet, we pray for peace between the two Koreas.

“God calls every human heart and we must hear his call,” Mr. Pompeo said. the World Summit 2022 And His Efforts Surely Create ‘Divine Opportunity’ For God To Work On Korean Peninsula, Pastor Says Paula White-Cain, Chief of Ministries Paula White and Spiritual Advisor to Mr. Trump.

Others have linked unification in Korea to peacebuilding elsewhere in the world. “If we can achieve peace on the Korean Peninsula, there will be hope that peace can be established around the world, because the steps taken for peace on the Korean Peninsula can be emulated by other nations. “, said HE Jimmy MorauxPresident of Guatemala (2016-2020).

“Korea can eventually become a shining example to the world of how peace can be born out of conflict,” HE said. Gloria Arroyo, President of the Philippines (2001-2010). “A unified celestial Korea is a prerequisite for a unified celestial world,” said Dr. Yun Young-hoCo-Chair of the 2022 World Summit Executive Committee. Chairman of Beeland Enterprises and a world-renowned investment expert jim rogers charted an exciting future for the Asia-Pacific region, especially once Korea’s 38th parallel no longer blocks travel and trade.

Some 85 world leaders from 70 countries addressed the Summit in person or via video, and 11 Korean political and civic leaders from across South Korea offered their congratulations. Some 3,500 networks around the world broadcast all or part of the Summit, organizers said.

Other speakers on February 13 included the Hon. Richard Cheney, US Vice President (2001-2009); Hon. Dan Quayle, US Vice President (1989-1993); Rt. Hon. Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada (2006-2015); HE Mahinda Rajapaksa, Prime Minister of Sri Lanka; HE Deve Gowda, Prime Minister of India (1996-1997); HE Maithripala Sirisena, Sri Lankan President (2015-2019); HE Michel Temer, President of Brazil (2016-2018); HE Anthony Carmona, President of Trinidad and Tobago (2013-2019); HE Leni Robredo, Vice President of the Philippines; Mrs Adi Koila Nailatikau, First Lady of Fiji (2009-2015); HE KP Sharma Oli, Prime Minister of Nepal (2015-2016 and 2018-2021); HE Syed Yousaf Raza Gillani, Prime Minister of Pakistan (2008-2012); HE Xanana Gusmao, President of East Timor (2002-2007); HE Macky Hall, President of Senegal and Chairman of the African Union; HE Carlos Vila Nova, President of Sao Tome and Principe; HE George Weah, President of Liberia; HE good luck jonathan, President of Nigeria (2010-2015); HE Adolphe Tiao, Prime Minister of Burkina Faso (2011-2014); HE Paul MBA, Prime Minister of Gabon (2009-2012); HE Albin Kurti, Prime Minister of Kosovo; HE Ilir Meta, President of Albania; HE Romano Prodi, Italian Prime Minister (2006-2008) and President of the European Commission (1999-2004); HE Dominique de Villepin, French Prime Minister (2005-2007); and he Jose Maria AznarPrime Minister of Spain (1996-2004). Folkloric ballet for children Les Petits Anges were among the artists of the day.

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Sensex, Nifty end a bit lower; Cement UltraTech, M&M, Infy, RIL weight https://aisa-net.com/sensex-nifty-end-a-bit-lower-cement-ultratech-mm-infy-ril-weight/ Fri, 18 Feb 2022 10:50:16 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/sensex-nifty-end-a-bit-lower-cement-ultratech-mm-infy-ril-weight/

India’s stock market continued its lackluster trading for the third straight session as it struggled for firm direction amid the absence of any major developments on the domestic or global front. Additionally, mixed signals from global peers also weighed on the market, with lingering concerns over Ukraine-Russia tensions and fears of aggressive US Federal Reserve policy triggering a sell-off in stocks. world. The Ukrainian crisis prompted investors to go into risk aversion mode and focus on safe havens.

Extending the slide for the third session, the BSE Sensex closed 59 points, or 0.1%, down at 57,833, and the NSE Nifty was down 23 points, or 1.16%, at 17,276.

In a similar trend, the broader markets also finished lower. The S&P BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices fell 0.8% each.

The overall market breadth on BSE was negative, with 2,272 shares falling out of a total of 3,706 shares traded. Only 1,288 stocks advanced and 146 remained unchanged.

Excluding capital goods and banking, all sectors end in red

On the sector front, all indices closed in negative territory, with the exception of capital goods and banks. The BSE real estate index was the biggest loser with a loss of 1.23%, led by Sobha, Godrej Industries, Indiabulls Real Estate, Sunteck Realty and DLF.

The BSE oil and gas index also saw a strong increase in sales and ended down 1.14%. The main losers in the oil and gas sector were ONGC, Adani Total Gas, Petronet LNG, HPCL and Reliance Industries.

Top winners and losers

Both the BSE Barometer and benchmark Sensex closed slightly lower with 13 of the top 30 stocks closing higher. The top Sensex pack winner was mortgage lender Housing Development Finance Corporation Ltd. (HDFC), which ended up 1.25%.

Other notable gainers are Larsen & Toubro, Axis Bank, State Bank of India and Kotak Mahindra Bank, which rose 0.7%.

On the losing side, UltraTech Cement topped the charts with a 2.03% decline. Other underperformers include Mahindra & Mahindra, Infosys, Reliance Industries and Bajaj Finance, which fell in the range of 0.7% to 1.4%.

Shares in the news

Ambuja cements: Shares of the company ended down 5.9% after reporting a weak operational performance for the December quarter due to higher fuel prices and flat achievements. Profit after tax decreased by 36.2% year-on-year to ₹317.4 crore, mainly due to lower operating margins and an exceptional charge of ₹65.7 crore due to restructuring.

GR infraprojects: The share of construction and engineering companies closed down 2.3%, after falling 4% to an all-time low of ₹1,485.80 on BSE. The share price has fallen 22% so far this February after announcing disappointing results for the December quarter (Q3FY22).

TCPL packaging: Shares of TCPL Packaging rose 20% to a 52-week high of ₹727 with a good outlook. The company reported a 20% year-on-year (YoY) rise in cash profit to ₹34.8 crore for the December quarter (Q3FY22), while revenue rose 12.9% year-on-year to 274 ₹ crores.

Venky’s (India): Shares of the poultry processing company closed down 2.2% following reports of bird flu in Thane, Maharashtra.

Veritas India: The stock price fell 2% as investors weighed the disappointed December quarter results. Net profit fell 40% year-on-year to ₹17.8 crore in the third quarter of the current financial year from ₹29.5 crore in the same period a year ago.

Global stocks mixed on Ukraine woes

Stocks in the Asia-Pacific region and the European market were trading mixed today amid looming fears of a Russian invasion of Ukraine. US President Joe Biden has warned that Moscow may be on the verge of invading Ukraine as it has failed to withdraw its troops from the border. Russia has amassed 45,000 troops in Belarus, near the Ukrainian border.

Australia’s ASX 200 index ended down 1%, Japan’s Nikkei 225 index fell 0.4% and Singapore’s Straits Times index lost 0.35%.

The Hang Seng index in Hong Kong was the region’s worst performer with a loss of 1.88%, while Taiwan Weighted fell 0.2%.

On the other hand, mainland China stocks were among the best performers in the regional market, with the Shenzhen component and the Shanghai composite up 0.27% and 0.66%, respectively. South Korea’s KOSPI finished a little higher, Indonesia’s Jakarta Composite jumped 0.84% ​​and Thailand’s SET Composite finished slightly higher.

In the European market, stocks opened on a mixed note, after a negative finish on Wall Street overnight. Investors were awaiting the outcome of US Federal Reserve policy as the central bank begins its two-day meeting tonight. The German DAX is down slightly early in the trade, while the French CAC index and the UK FTSE 100 index are trading a bit higher.

In day-to-day trade, all three major U.S. indexes closed lower amid concerns over political tensions between Russia and Ukraine. The Nasdaq Composite Index was the worst performer with a 2.9% loss as growth-oriented tech stocks were hammered by fears of a rate hike. The S&P 500 fell more than 2% and the Dow Jones lost 1.8%.

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Finance and accounting outsourcing market 2022-2030, by main key company profiles – Datamatics, Genpact, Vee Technologies, Accenture, Sutherland Global Services, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) https://aisa-net.com/finance-and-accounting-outsourcing-market-2022-2030-by-main-key-company-profiles-datamatics-genpact-vee-technologies-accenture-sutherland-global-services-tata-consultancy-services-tcs/ Thu, 10 Feb 2022 11:11:22 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/finance-and-accounting-outsourcing-market-2022-2030-by-main-key-company-profiles-datamatics-genpact-vee-technologies-accenture-sutherland-global-services-tata-consultancy-services-tcs/

The Finance and Accounting Outsourcing Industry Market Report is a perfect foundation for individuals seeking a comprehensive market study and analysis of the Finance and Accounting Outsourcing Industry. This report contains study and miscellaneous information which will help you understand your niche and focus major market channels in the regional and global Finance & Accounting Outsourcing industry market. To understand the competition and take action based on your key strengths, market size, current and future years demand, supply chain information, business concerns, competitive analysis and prices as well as supplier information will be presented to you. The report also contains information about major market players, Finance and Accounting Outsourcing industry applications, type, trends and overall market share.

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Finance and Accounting Outsourcing Industry Market: Competition Landscape

The Finance and Accounting Outsourcing Industry market report includes insights into product launches, sustainability, and outlook from key vendors including: (Datamatics, Genpact, Vee Technologies, Accenture, Sutherland Global Services, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), IBM)

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Finance and Accounting Outsourcing Industry Market: Segmentation

By type:

PTP
R2R
O2C
FP&A

By app:

SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises)
Big business

Finance and Accounting Outsourcing Industry Market: Regional Analysis

The whole regional segmentation has been studied based on recent and future trends, and the market is forecast through the forecast period. The countries covered by the regional analysis of the global Financial and Accounting Outsourcing Industry market report are United States, Canada, and Mexico North America, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia, Italy, Spain, Turkey, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium and the rest. Europe in Europe, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, China, Japan, India, South Korea, Rest of Asia-Pacific (APAC) in Asia-Pacific (APAC), Saudi Arabia, Emirates Arab States, South Africa, Egypt, Israel, the rest of the Middle East and Africa (MEA) under the Middle East and Africa (MEA), and Argentina, Brazil and the rest of South America as part of South America.

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  • The report presents information related to key drivers, restraints, and opportunities, along with a detailed analysis of the global finance and accounting outsourcing market share.
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Market overview: It includes six sections, research scope, key manufacturers covered, market fragments by type, financial and accounting outsourcing industry market shares by application, study objectives and years considered.

Market landscape: Here, the opposition in the global Finance and Accounting Outsourcing market is dissected, by value, revenue, deals, and slice of the pie by organization, market rate, ruthless circumstances Latest landscape and patterns, consolidation, development, obtaining, and industry-wide portions of large organizations.

Manufacturer Profiles: Here, the driving players of the global finance and accounting outsourcing market are considered dependent on region of deals, key elements, net benefit, revenue, cost, and creation.

Market Status and Outlook by Region: In this segment, the report examines net benefit, transactions, revenue, creation, global industry share, CAGR and market size by region. Here, the Global Finance & Accounting Outsourcing Industry Market is thoroughly examined based on regions and countries like North America, Europe, China, India, Japan and the MEA.

Application or end user: This segment of the exploration study demonstrates how extraordinary sections of end-customers/applications are added to the global market of Finance & Accounting Outsourcing industry.

Market forecast: Production side : In this part of the report, the creators focused on the conjecture of creation and creation esteem, the gauge of the main manufacturers and the estimation of the creation and creation esteem by type .

Research results and conclusion: This is one of the last segments of the report where the findings of the investigators and the end of the exploratory study are given.

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  • What are the Finance & Accounting Outsourcing market opportunities and threats faced by the vendors in the global Finance & Accounting Outsourcing industries?
  • What are the deals, revenue, and value review by market types and uses?
  • What are the transactions, revenue and value review by business areas?

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Is an arms race underway in Southeast Asia? – The Diplomat https://aisa-net.com/is-an-arms-race-underway-in-southeast-asia-the-diplomat/ Tue, 08 Feb 2022 08:39:48 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/is-an-arms-race-underway-in-southeast-asia-the-diplomat/

In recent years, the Philippines, which has clashed with China over maritime and territorial claims in the South China Sea, has concluded a contract to purchase four warships from South Korean company Hyundai Heavy Industries for a just under a billion dollars. Additionally, the country recently made headlines by announcing that it had signed a $375 million purchase of BrahMos missiles from India.

Indonesia, another country interested in Chinese territorial aggression, has also modernized its navy, acquiring three submarines and several new warships in recent years. Seen through a geostrategic lens, all of this could be interpreted as evidence of an arms buildup among Southeast Asian countries seeking to control an increasingly aggressive China. But a closer look at the budget data shows that it is not so simple.

In the Philippines’ latest budget for 2022, defense actually got a slight haircut, with a budget of 222 billion pesos ($4.3 billion), or about 4.4% of total government spending. This goes against recent trends where, starting in 2015, defense as a percentage of government spending has increased every year, peaking at 7.4% in 2019. This is partly an artifice of the quirks of the Pandemic spending: The government increased overall spending, then reallocated funds. from the military and into economic relief programs and the health care system, which makes the most recent numbers appear smaller.

But even so, the 2022 defense budget is lower than the 239 billion pesos spent in 2018, well before the pandemic. That said, the allocation for capital expenditure has been strengthened, with 39 billion pesos reserved for 2022 (compared to 24.3 billion in 2018). This paints a more nuanced picture, with overall spending not necessarily increasing, but more funds being tied up for targeted purchases of military hardware, including BrahMos missiles and warships.

Indonesia’s defense budget is on a stronger trajectory. Defense spending has risen steadily, from 5.8% of central government spending in 2011 to 9.3% in 2017. As in the Philippines, the pandemic has diverted funds from the military to lifesaving programs and economical, but only temporarily.

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Military spending has rebounded in 2021 and 2022, with defense accounting for around 7% of total central government spending each year. The Ministry of Defense has been allocated a total of 271 trillion rupees ($18.8 billion) in the last two budgets combined. The Ministry of Finance forecasts a narrower-than-expected budget deficit, partly thanks to the boom in commodity exports. So, at least for now, this increased spending doesn’t look like it’s going to break the bank.

It is also telling that other regional armies that are in less direct conflict with China, such as Thailand and Singapore, have not increased their military spending in the same way. Singapore, until its last pre-COVID-19 budget in 2020, reliably spent 3% of its GDP on defence, with military spending as a percentage of total budget actually decreasing year on year. Thailand, which is currently tied to a rather messy submarine purchase deal with China, has also not seen military spending rise significantly. Defense as a percentage of total spending actually fell from 7.2% in 2016 to 5.9% in 2021. Capital spending on new military equipment has remained relatively stable over the same period.

Does this mean that an arms race is taking shape in Southeast Asia, led mainly by countries that feel threatened by China? Not necessarily. The Philippine military has long been notoriously underfunded, and the tragic sinking of the aging KRI Nanggala off Bali last year showed that, Chinese aggression or not, Indonesia needs to modernize its submarine fleet. What we see then is probably a confluence of several things, with countries like Indonesia and the Philippines having to modernize their armed forces anyway and finding themselves extremely motivated to do so under the current circumstances.

Defense spending, including capital expenditure for upgraded hardware, is up in countries where we would expect it to be. But not a lot. The thing to look for is whether these patterns will remain in place next year, when governments begin to rein in their countercyclical pandemic spending. If defense budgets remain well-funded even as broader fiscal prudence sets in, that will tell us a lot about the underlying priorities and what is really driving those spending decisions.

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BLUE OCEAN TECHNOLOGIES AND SAMSUNG SECURITIES ANNOUNCE STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP OFFERING U.S. EQUITY TRADING DURING LOCAL BUSINESS HOURS IN ASIA PACIFIC https://aisa-net.com/blue-ocean-technologies-and-samsung-securities-announce-strategic-partnership-offering-u-s-equity-trading-during-local-business-hours-in-asia-pacific/ Mon, 07 Feb 2022 11:00:00 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/blue-ocean-technologies-and-samsung-securities-announce-strategic-partnership-offering-u-s-equity-trading-during-local-business-hours-in-asia-pacific/

Samsung Securities goes live giving clients real-time access via Blue Ocean ATS

Seoul becomes first Asian market hub to launch US stock trading day from Korea

NEW YORK and SEOUL, February 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Blue Ocean Technologies LLC (BOT), a global fintech leader in after-hours commerce and the holding company of Blue Ocean ATS; and Samsung Securities, the brokerage subsidiary of the Samsung Group, today announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), entering into a strategic partnership to trade the stocks of the US National Market System (NMS) during business hours. local offices in Korea. Effective February 6, 2022, (US ET) Samsung Securities has begun offering its clients access to US stocks through the Blue Ocean Alternative Trading System (ATS) market center. This platform offers Asia Pacific based investors the ability to trade during their local business hours, i.e., 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.. Blue Ocean ATS is currently offering all subscribers the ability to trade through its Blue Ocean Session brand from 8:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. United States ET.

For the first time in history, US stocks began trading during local business hours on Monday morning in Korea, thanks to this partnership between Samsung Securities and Blue Ocean Technologies LLC. Blue Ocean ATS is currently connected to major brokers in the United States to serve institutional and retail investors who wish to trade during non-traditional US market hours. Samsung Securities is Blue Ocean Technologies’ premier international partner for seamless access to electronic trading and market data during a time previously inaccessible to Asia Pacific based investors.

By launching Overnight Trading Service, Samsung Securities is the only company that can trade US stocks during the day in Korea. Three hours after the post-trade and 30 minutes before the pre-trade, Samsung Securities clients will be able to trade US stocks for 20 hours and 30 minutes per day. Previously, Korean investors (and other global investors) had difficulty trading US stocks overnight and dawn, but now, given the partnership with Blue Ocean, the problem is completely solved.

According to Samsung Securities, 50% of all trades are traded from 11:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. (Korean time), it seems that investors are focusing on the beginning of the trading day because it is very difficult to trade at dawn or when the investors usually sleep. The Blue Ocean night trading service will broaden the overseas trading base.

Chairman and CEO of Blue Ocean Technologies, Ralph Laymansaid, “Today marks an important milestone for global investors through our strategic partnership with Samsung Securities, an incredibly respected global brand and multi-faceted innovator. We are delighted to have officially launched in Asia to facilitate access to real-time trading for Korean investors. This partnership allows us to transport the US equity trading day and our Blue Ocean trading model, to provide expanded local access to the world’s largest capital market. Samsung Securities has gained a global first-mover advantage as the first APAC-based company to offer its clients access to this new business opportunity. Effective today, the US stock market opens in Seoul.”

Corporate Vice President of Samsung Securities, Jae Hoon Sacommented: “Despite the expansion of overseas trade, the physical time difference in each country has been a difficult obstacle for investors, and the opening of the service has made it easy for domestic investors to trade U.S. stocks on the day of the opening of the Korean market, completely changing the game for the investment community. Investors can compare the same type of industry stocks in the United States and Korea, and they can invest immediately using the information of the news and company announcement after the US market close.In the past, Korean investors started their day by checking market conditions after the US market closed, now we look forward to seeing investors Americans start their day by checking market conditions after the Korean market closes,” he added.

About Blue Ocean Technologies:
Blue Ocean Technologies, LLC (BOT) is a unique capital markets fintech company that empowers global investors to trade during overnight trading hours in the United States. Blue Ocean Technologies’ U.S. subsidiary, Blue Ocean ATS, LLC, and its Blue Ocean Alternative Trading System (BOATS) trading system, currently trade stocks on the U.S. National Market System (NMS) from 8:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. 12 am ET Sunday – Thursday. Founded in 2019, Blue Ocean ATS’ mission is to turn american trade into global trade through its flagship service, Blue Ocean Session, providing access and transparency to subscribers in all time zones during non-traditional US market hours. Learn more about connecting: sales@blueoceanats.com

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GLOBAL MARKETS – Asian stocks fall as US jobs stunner hammers bonds https://aisa-net.com/global-markets-asian-stocks-fall-as-us-jobs-stunner-hammers-bonds/ Mon, 07 Feb 2022 02:00:01 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/global-markets-asian-stocks-fall-as-us-jobs-stunner-hammers-bonds/

* Asian stock exchanges: https://tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4

* Nikkei Slips, Wall St Futures Flat; China is jumping

* Bonds deteriorated after U.S. jobs stun, CPI looms

* The euro keeps its gain after the hawkish turn of the ECB

By Wayne Cole

SYDNEY, Feb 7 (Reuters) – Asian stock markets generally eased on Monday after incredibly strong U.S. jobs data eased worries about the global economy but also raised the risk of a aggressive tightening by the Federal Reserve.

Geopolitics also remained a concern as the White House warned that Russia could invade Ukraine any day and French President Emmanuel Macron prepared for a trip to Moscow.

The cautious mood saw the broadest MSCI index of Asia-Pacific stocks outside of Japan plunge 0.1% in early trade. Japan’s Nikkei fell 0.9% and South Korea’s 0.8%.

Chinese markets came back from the Lunar New Year break with a rebound, with the blue chip CSI300 and the Shanghai Composite both up around 2% in morning trading, catching up on last week’s gains on the global stocks. The Hang Seng, who returned from the break on Friday, was flat.

S&P 500 and Nasdaq futures both fell slightly, after last week’s market turmoil saw Amazon.com Inc gain nearly $200 billion while Facebook owner Meta Platforms Inc , lost as much.

BofA analyst Savita Subramanian noted that the company’s forecast for 2022 had weakened significantly, with most stocks falling following earnings reports.

“Comments suggest worsening labor shortages and supply chain issues, with more headwind expected in the first quarter than in the fourth,” Subramanian said in a note. Since wages are the main cost component for companies, the pressure on margins was to continue.

January’s payrolls report showed annual growth in average hourly wages fell from 4.9% to 5.7%, while payrolls in previous months were revised up by 709,000 to change radically the hiring trend.

“The report not only indicated that the payroll was far higher than anyone could have imagined, but there was exceptional strength in earnings, which must add to growing concern among Fed officials about the pressure to the upside on inflation,” said Kevin Cummins, chief U.S. economist at NatWest Markets. .

Consumer price figures for January are due on Thursday and could well show core inflation accelerating at the fastest pace since 1982 to 5.9%.

As a result, the markets decided to price-fix with a one-in-three chance that the Fed could hike 50 basis points in March and the real rate outlook hitting 1.5% by the end of the year.

That sent two-year yields up 15 basis points for the week, the biggest rise since late 2019, and they last stood at 1.327%.

In currency markets, the euro continued to enjoy the glow of a newly hawkish European Central Bank as markets brought forward the likely timing of a first rate hike and propelled bond yields sharply higher.

Klaas Knot, president of the Dutch central bank and member of the ECB’s governing council, said on Sunday that he expects a rise in the fourth quarter of this year.

The single currency was in sight at $1.1456, having surged 2.7% last week in its best performance since early 2020. Technically, a break of resistance around $1.1482 would open the way for 1, $1600 and up.

The dollar fared better against the Japanese yen as the market still sees little chance of the Bank of Japan tightening this year. It was flat at 115.27 yen, while the euro was up at 132.06 yen after climbing 2.7% last week.

The euro’s wild swing left the US dollar index down at 95.436, after losing 1.8% last week.

Gold was a bit firmer at $1,808 an ounce, but is struggling to weather higher bond yields.

Oil prices rose near seven-year highs amid supply concerns due to freezing weather in the United States and ongoing political unrest among the world’s major producers.

Brent added another 32 cents to $92.97 a barrel, while U.S. crude rose 42 cents to $91.89.

(Additional reporting by Tom Westbrook. Editing by Sam Holmes and Lincoln Feast.)

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Financial and Accounting Outsourcing (FAO) Market Size by Type, Application, Key Players, Geographic Scope and Forecast 2022-2027 – Tech Tribune France https://aisa-net.com/financial-and-accounting-outsourcing-fao-market-size-by-type-application-key-players-geographic-scope-and-forecast-2022-2027-tech-tribune-france/ Sun, 06 Feb 2022 11:04:41 +0000 https://aisa-net.com/financial-and-accounting-outsourcing-fao-market-size-by-type-application-key-players-geographic-scope-and-forecast-2022-2027-tech-tribune-france/

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Finance and Accounting (FAO) Outsourcing Market: Competition Landscape

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Finance and Accounting (FAO) Outsourcing Market: Segmentation

By type:

Business Support Outsourcing Service
Outsourcing service for specific functions
Universal terminal outsourcing service

By app:

SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises)
Big business

Finance and Accounting (FAO) Outsourcing Market: Regional Analysis

The whole regional segmentation has been studied based on recent and future trends, and the market is forecast through the forecast period. The countries covered in the regional analysis of the Global Financial and Accounting (FAO) Outsourcing Market report are United States, Canada, and Mexico North America, Germany, France, United Kingdom United, Russia, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, and Rest of Europe in Europe, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, China, Japan, India, South Korea, Rest of Asia Pacific (APAC) in Asia Pacific (APAC), Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Egypt, Israel, Rest of Middle East and Africa (MEA ) as part of the Middle East and Africa (MEA), and Argentina, Brazil and rest of South America as part of South America.

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  • Current market is quantitatively analyzed from 2020 to 2027 to highlight the growth scenario of the global Finance and Accounting (CAM) Outsourcing market.
  • Porter’s Five Forces analysis illustrates the power of buyers and suppliers in the marketplace.
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Market overview: It includes six sections, research scope, key manufacturers covered, Market Fragments by Type, Finance and Accounting (FAO) Outsourcing market shares by Application, study objectives and the years considered.

Market landscape: Here, the opposition in the global finance and accounting (FAO) outsourcing market is dissected, by value, revenue, transactions and slice of the pie by organization, market rate, ruthless circumstances Landscape and models the latest, consolidation, development, getting, and parts of the overall industry from top organizations.

Manufacturer Profiles:Here, the driving players of the global Finance and Accounting (FAO) Outsourcing market are considered dependent on region of deals, key elements, net benefit, revenue, cost, and creation.

Market Status and Outlook by Region: In this segment, the report examines net benefit, transactions, revenue, creation, global industry share, CAGR and market size by region. Here, Global Finance and Accounting (FAO) Outsourcing Market is thoroughly examined based on regions and countries like North America, Europe, China, India, Japan and the MEA.

Application or end user: This segment of the exploration study shows how extraordinary sections of end customers/applications are added to the global finance and accounting (CAM) outsourcing market.

Market forecast: Production side : In this part of the report, the creators focused on the creation and creation esteem conjecture, the gauge of the main manufacturers and the estimation of the creation and creation esteem by type .

Research results and conclusion: This is one of the last segments of the report where the findings of the investigators and the end of the exploratory study are given.

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  • What are the market openings, market risks and market outline?
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  • What are the deals, revenue, and value review by market types and uses?
  • What are the transactions, revenue and value review by business areas?

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