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Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation Market Segmentation, Opportunities, Trends & Future Scope to 2027

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Global Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation Market: Overview Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI), also referred as transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), is a minimally invasive surgical procedure conducted in order to treat
'Global Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation Market: Overview Transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI), also referred as transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), is a minimally invasive surgical procedure conducted in order to treat high-risk patients suffering from aortic stenosis. These high-risk patients cannot undergo operation or surgical aortic valve replacement (SAVR) procedure. The geriatric population are among the high-risk category patients, as it is very risky to conduct open-heart procedure on them. In the TAVR procedure, implantation of transcatheter aortic valves is carried out to rejuvenate the blood circulation capability of the aortic valves. Demand for transcatheter aortic valve implantation is increasing owing to rise in prevalence of aortic stenosis. Read Report Overview: https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/transcatheter-aortic-valve-implantation-market.html Global Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation Market: Key Trends The global transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) market is driven by increase in geriatric population, technological advancements in transcatheter aortic valves, and high adoption rate of TAVI devices. Additionally, increase in the number of patients suffering from CVDs such as coronary artery diseases, hypertension, or heart failure, rise in the adoption of minimally invasive procedures, reduction in hospital stay duration, and lower risk of infection boost market growth. Global Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation Market: Segmentation The global transcatheter aortic valve implantation market can be segmented based on procedure and region. In terms of procedure, the market can be classified into transfemoral implantation, transapical implantation, and transaortic implantation. The transfemoral implantation segment accounted for the largest market share in 2018 and the trend is projected to continue during the forecast period. Request Brocher of the Report: https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=B&rep_id=64934 Global Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation Market: Regional Analysis Based on region, the global transcatheter aortic valve implantation market can be segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. North America is anticipated to capture major market share owing to increase in health care investments by manufacturers and high R&D expenditure by companies for the development of these devices. Additionally, rise in prevalence of coronary artery diseases, hypertension, or heart failure fuels the growth of the transcatheter aortic valve implantation market in North America. Israel is an emerging market for TAVI due to large geriatric population and high unmet needs. This in turn is expected to boost the growth of the market in the Middle East. Major players are investing in the Middle East owing to lack of facilities and high demand for treatment devices. Moreover, rapid urbanization has resulted in lifestyle, diet, and behavioral & cultural changes among the population of South Africa. Hence, the rise in incidence of cardiac diseases is expected to rise in the forecast years, which has resulted in making South Africa one of the emerging nations that helps in the growth of transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI) market. The rest of Latin American region includes Argentina, Egypt, Iran, Colombia, Turkey, and Nigeria. These regions are lucrative for the major players of the market owing to rise in demand for unmet medical treatments. Request for Discount: https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=D&rep_id=64934'

Joe Schofield rocks the Cape Town cocktail scene

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It’s no secret that Cape Town is a haven for curious cocktails, bespoke gin bars and innovative mixology.When visiting some of the Mother City’s finest bars, one really appreciates the level of ingenuity that goes into the cocktail-drinking
'It’s no secret that Cape Town is a haven for curious cocktails, bespoke gin bars and innovative mixology.When visiting some of the Mother City’s finest bars, one really appreciates the level of ingenuity that goes into the cocktail-drinking experience.Just when you think you have seen it all, Cape Town gets a visit from Manchester’s very own Joe Schofield.Schofield is an industry expert and has been recognised with some of the most prestigious awards, such as the Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards’ “International Bartender of The Year 2018” award and the “Bartenders’ Bartender” title at the World’s 50 Best Bars 2018.View this post on Instagram   A post shared by JOE SCHOFIELD (@joe_schofield) on Mar 30, 2019 at 6:09am PDT Schofield is the only person in history to have won both of these awards and has built a reputation as one of the world’s best – and most respected – bartenders, before the age of 30.While he was in Cape Town, I had the good fortune of attending an insightful masterclass at the incredible Cause & Effect’s new location at the V&A Waterfront, hosted by the mixing maestro himself.After a delectable arrival drink, guests were treated to the masterclass of a lifetime.Schofield took us on a trip into how he has revolutionised the experience of cocktail drinking.His creation of Sensorium, a memory-triggering cocktail programme, is a level of ingenuity one grapples to relate to.Schofield works as head bartender at the Tippling Club in Singapore, alongside chef and founder Ryan Clift.He co-created the olfactory drinking experience that translates carefully-created scents into memories and emotions through 12 unique cocktails.View this post on Instagram   Happiness for Treehouse Tokyo.Lemongrass, Raspberry, Lemon, Tequila.Edible Raspberry Flower, Raspberry Curd, Pentas Flower.A post shared by Sensorium (@sensorium.group) on Feb 7, 2019 at 2:50am PST Schofield has also worked hard alongside the International Flavors & Fragrances, Inc (IFF) to create a most unusual cocktail pairing experience with gummy bears, another testament to just how creative this man is.While in the Mother City, Schofield worked a guest shift at Cause & Effect.He donated and contributed proceeds from his shift to Beyond Bars Akademia, an organisation offering bartending skills to formerly incarcerated women to help them re-integrate into society.Picture: Instagram . The post Joe Schofield rocks the Cape Town cocktail scene appeared first on CapeTown ETC .'

A Series Of Firsts For Africa At Expo 2020 Dubai

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Dubai is on track to host the most spectacular global festival on earth.The World Expo is a stage for nations to showcase their wares and ideas for the future, on a stage like none other.
'Dubai is on track to host the most spectacular global festival on earth.The World Expo is a stage for nations to showcase their wares and ideas for the future, on a stage like none other.Spanning 6 months the mega event will be the first time it’s hosted in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia region, and will be themed ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future’. The African Union (AU) will be exhibiting at the event for the first time, and will showcase the power of collaboration in building a more prosperous and integrated Africa.The AU says it will focus on increasing its visibility, attracting investments and tourism to the continent at the same time; demonstrate how it has contributed to finding African solutions for African problems.Organisers say the expo will be an “invaluable platform for all African nations to strengthen not only their relationship with the UAE but with the rest of the world.” More than 190 countries are expected to participate, as well as companies, non-government organisations and educational institutions and will launch Dubai’s plans of being the gateway city for trade, tourism and investment.Africa’s Showing At Expo 2020 Various African nations will exhibit at Expo 2020 , the opportunity will shine a light on what progress each country has done as well as areas of opportunity.Africa is moving away from a commodities economy and hopes to showcase its offerings and capabilities, in science, innovations, finance and agriculture as the new frontiers for investment.Parts of the demonstrations offered at Expo 2020 are talks hosted by new and seasoned entrepreneurs and Africa’s rising talent will take the stage to share their experience.Life After Expo In a move to emphasise the subthemes of “Sustainability, Mobility and Opportunity”, Expo 2020 has created a series of programmes that will foster collaborations for various entities attending and exhibiting at the fare.A stand out initiative is Expo Live, an initiative which offers funding and support to innovators worldwide as they develop novel solutions to social and environmental challenges.It forms part of the organiser’s strategy to ensure Expo 2020 leaves a lasting legacy, not only in the UAE, but globally.Expo Live has an allocated USD 100 million to back projects with creative solutions to pressing challenges, helping to improve people’s lives or preserve the planet – or both.This comprises the Innovation Impact Grant Programme and the University Innovation Programme.Fourteen grants were made to start-ups that operate in Africa, after the first three rounds, more are expected to be awarded in further rounds.The recipients include: Institute for Orkonerei which helps Maasai women in Tanzania gain financial independence by commercialising their only asset, according to tradition – milk from cattle.Kenya’s Selina Wamucii developed a mobile platform that allows buyers and exporters to source fresh produce directly from more than 3,000 smallholder farmers – without internet access.South African start-up Mobbisurance provides more affordable crop insurance for uninsured farmers by using satellite imagery and weather data instead of humans to validate claims.MOBicure’s OMOMI application helps expectant mothers and parents of under-five-year-olds in Nigeria monitor the wellbeing of their children from home, which can be life-saving for families living in remote areas or who cannot afford to attend a medical facility.Nuru Energy is providing energy and income to rural Rwanda through its charging stations run by a local entrepreneurs who sell electricity to their neighbours. . The post A Series Of Firsts For Africa At Expo 2020 Dubai appeared first on iAfrica.com .'

Digestive Enzymes Market to Reach a Value of US$1,039.4 Mn by 2025

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Savvy players in the Digestive Enzymes Market are laser-focused to provide customized products for distinct digestive or systemic conditions, various age groups, and genders, finds Transparency Market Research (TMR). In order to do this, these
'Savvy players in the Digestive Enzymes Market are laser-focused to provide customized products for distinct digestive or systemic conditions, various age groups, and genders, finds Transparency Market Research (TMR). In order to do this, these players are collaborating with customers, to develop custom formulas for specific benefits that customers are looking at. Companies that serve maximum custom solutions are likely to receive an edge over their competitors. This, in turn, is likely boost the position of these companies in the digestive enzymes market. The global digestive enzymes market features a fragmented and competitive business landscape. This is because of presence of numerous small and large companies in the said market. Prominent companies operating in the global digestive enzymes market include National Enzyme Company, Garden of Life Inc., Food State Inc., Metagenics Inc., Twinlab Corporation, Country Life LLC, Rainbow Light Nutritional Systems Inc., Biotics Research Corporation, Matsun Nutrition, and Abbott Nutrition. According to the TMR report, the global digestive enzymes market is likely to expand at a stellar 13.1% CAGR over the 2017-2025 forecast period. At this pace, the market will be valued at US$1,039.4 mn by 2025 from US$358.2 mn in 2016 vis-à-vis revenue. Request to View Sample of Report – https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=S&rep_id=30806 Based on origin, plant based enzymes held the leading share of the digestive enzymes market in 2016. This is because plant based enzymes possess broader pH activity range over animal based enzymes. Geography-wise, North America currently holds supremacy in the global digestive enzymes market. Going ahead too, the region is likely to stay at the fore among other key regions, predicts the report. The author of the study says, “Rising demand for digestive health enzymes that are available in the form of supplements is fuelling the digestive enzymes market. Digestive enzymes are special proteins synthesized naturally in the pancreas and small intestine. Digestive enzymes help breakdown food to be absorbed by the body. In the event of insufficient synthesis of digestive enzymes, digestion is affected that can further lead to other health problems. This necessitates individuals to take digestive enzymes that are available as dietary supplements. Changing lifestyle and professional and personal stress are significantly related to digestive disorders. Digestive disorders need to be treated for overall physical and mental wellbeing. Digestive complaints if addressed at an early stage are easy to treat, which may not even require medical intervention. For instance, heaviness, bloating, and complaints of frequent dysentery are often related to insufficient gut bacteria. This can sometimes be addressed by consuming foods that help growth of gut bacteria. However, inability of the body to synthesis gut bacteria in sufficient amount necessitates dietary supplements for digestive enzymes. This is a key factor for the growth of digestive enzymes market. Request to View Brochure of Report – https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/sample/sample.php?flag=B&rep_id=30806 In addition, excessive consumption of packaged and processed foods is often related to lack of required fiber. This can lead to digestive disorders. To prevent this, digestive enzymes as dietary supplements are often taken, which are either advised by a medical consultant or using self-wisdom. This, in turn, is fuelling growth of digestive enzymes market. On the flip side, lack of sufficient evidence supporting the efficacy of synthetically created digestive enzymes is a roadblock to the market’s growth. Furthermore, manufacturers of digestive enzymes need to adhere to regulations laid down by regulatory bodies such as the U.S FDA. This, dampens the growth of the market to some extent.'

Africa Top10 News

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Machel Talks About Preserving Mandela’s Legacy Humanitarian Graça Machel is encouraging citizens to be active by seeing Mandela Day as a way of being instead of an event. “Let us not look at Mandela Day as an event that we will be part of every year.
'Machel Talks About Preserving Mandela’s Legacy Humanitarian Graça Machel is encouraging citizens to be active by seeing Mandela Day as a way of being instead of an event. “Let us not look at Mandela Day as an event that we will be part of every year.We need to look at it as a pledge for the whole year that goes beyond one’s daily activities.Decide what is the difference I can make to people over the year so that it can become a way of being, not just an event.” The Nelson Mandela Foundation chose to partner with the City of Ekurhuleni to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Mandela Day on Thursday, which asks citizens to give back 67 minutes to their community, on what would have been Madiba’s birthday.Why 67 minutes?Well, according to the Nelson Mandela Foundation uTata fought for social justice for 67 years.So sacrificing just over an hour of your time to do good is nothing in comparison, right?Some local celebrities heeded the #67minutes call and took to social media to show us some of the good deeds they were doing in honour of Madiba.SOURCE:  NEWS 24 Millions of Women in Sub-Saharan Africa Don’t have a Bank Account World leaders are to pledge to shape the technological revolution sweeping through Africa by acting to lift the threat of 400 million predominantly rural women being excluded from digital financial services.G7 finance ministers meeting in France aims to endorse a paper from the Gates Foundation saying there is a serious risk that digital technology and mobile banking will bypass millions of women in Africa, leaving them disempowered for a generation.The initiative, requiring $255m in initial funding and regulatory action across Africa,is designed to prevent “the inequalities of the past being insinuated into the future” as cultural and market barriers lead to women being excluded from mobile banking, e-commerce and smartphone technology.A mobile money revolution in sub-Saharan Africa is under way in which the number of people with an account doubled to 21% in 2017.Yet in sub-Saharan Africa women are 13% less likely to own a mobile phone and 41% less likely to use mobile internet than men.SOURCE:  THE GUARDIAN A Series Of Firsts For Africa At Expo 2020 Dubai Dubai is on track to host the most spectacular global festival on earth.The World Expo is a stage for nations to showcase their wares and ideas for the future, on a stage like none other.Spanning 6 months the mega event will be the first time it’s hosted in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia region, and will be themed ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future’. The African Union (AU) will be exhibiting at the event for the first time, and will showcase the power of collaboration in building a more prosperous and integrated Africa.The AU says it will focus on increasing its visibility, attracting investments and tourism to the continent at the same time; demonstrate how it has contributed to finding African solutions for African problems.Organisers say the expo will be an “invaluable platform for all African nations to strengthen not only their relationship with the UAE but with the rest of the world.” Expo Live has an allocated USD 100 million to back projects with creative solutions to pressing challenges, helping to improve people’s lives or preserve the planet – or both.This comprises the Innovation Impact Grant Programme and the University Innovation Programme.Fourteen grants were made to start-ups that operate in Africa, after the first three rounds.SOURCE:  AFRICA.COM Morocco’s Tough Stance on Terror Three Islamic State group supporters who murdered two Scandinavian hikers in Morocco have been sentenced to death.The verdicts for ringleader Abdessamad Ejjoud, Younes Ouaziyad and Rachid Afatti follow petitions on social media calling for their execution.Louisa Vesterager Jespersen, 24, from Denmark, and Maren Ueland, 28, from Norway, were found beheaded in the High Atlas mountains in December.If the executions go ahead, they will be the first in Morocco since 1993.That year saw the country introduce a freeze on capital punishment.The three men all said they were IS supporters, although IS has not said it was behind the killings.Ms Jespersen and Ms Ueland were flatmates at Norway’s Bo University.Their bodies were found on 17 December in a tent in an isolated area near Mount Toubkal, Morocco’s highest peak and a popular destination for hikers.Both had taken full precautions ahead of their trip, Ms Ueland’s mother said last year.SOURCE:   BBC Counting the Cost of Cameroon’s Crisis Cameroon’s second largest employer, the Cameroon Development Corporation, says it has been paralyzed by the separatist conflict in the country’s English-speaking regions.The agricultural giant has not been able to pay its staff for a year because of falling production and revenue.The village of Meanja used to be a banana production center in Cameroon’s English-speaking southwest.Two years ago, 2,000 people lived here, and many worked for the Cameroon Development Corporation’s banana production unit.The Cameroon Development Corporation is the central African country’s second largest employer and runs banana, palm oil, and rubber plantations.But the three-year conflict between Anglophone rebels and government troops has forced the CDC to close farms and factories across the western English-speaking regions.CDC general manager Franklin Ngoni Njie says more than half of his 20,000 workers – fearing attacks – refuse to work, while the remainder work only part-time.The rebels consider state-run companies such as the CDC and institutions such as schools legitimate targets.Last month, the Cameroon Employers Association said rebel fighters had transformed many CDC plantations into training grounds.SOURCE:  VOA Chad is Back Online The government of Chad has lifted restrictions on social media access after a 16-month internet blackout.President Idriss Deby said the restrictions were put in place for security reasons and the internet had been hijacked for “malicious” reasons. “For a country like Chad that has gone through dark times, it is not permissible for the internet to be hijacked for malicious purposes by certain individuals with evil intentions for peace and national unity,” Deby said.People in Chad have been unable to access social media platforms, such as WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter, since March 2018.The social media blackout began almost immediately after the country’s parliament recommended a constitutional amendment that would have Deby stay in office until 2033.Internet Without Borders welcomed the decision to lift the ban but said the “internet should not be used to serve political interests.” Activists who had been calling for an end to the internet censorship said the sites were blocked to silence discontent among citizens.Internet penetration in Chad was very low, with only 6.5% of more than 15 million people in the country online in 2017, according to the World Bank.Analysts said internet censorship could further reduce citizens’ access to social media.SOURCE:  CNN Restoring King Tut’s Coffin Experts have begun restoration work on the golden-plated coffin of Egypt’s boy-king Tutankhamun for the first time since the discovery of the tomb in 1922.The coffin and the treasured collection of Tutankhamun’s tomb are expected to be the centrepiece of the new Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) that Egypt will open next year near the Pyramids of Giza.British archaeologist Haward Carter discovered the tomb of the 18th dynasty king in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor in 1922.The tomb was untouched and included about 5,000 artefacts.The ministry said the coffin was transported from southern Egypt to the GEM three days ago “in order to be restored for the first time since the tomb’s discovery”. The coffin has suffered a lot of damage, including cracks in the golden layers of plaster and a general weakness in all golden layers.The restoration work will take about eight months.Egypt has previously announced that the GEM, which has been under construction for about 15 years and is partially funded by Japan, will officially open by the end of 2020.SOURCE:  REUTERS AFRICA Kenya Won’t Block Huawei From Rolling Out the 5G Network The Kenyan government is partnering with Huawei to build a smart city in Konza Technopolis as part of the government’s efforts to make the country a technology hub.The Minister of Communications and Technology says Kenya’s policies are not driven by the United States and as such the country would assert its sovereignty and take what works and innovate with it. “I think for us; we are not going to be tied to what other people are saying.We are going to ensure we have value for money for our citizens and we will continue to ensure we have security.This is even as we can innovate and ensure we have the security and all that we need,” Mucheru said. 5G is the fifth generation of mobile internet connectivity and promises an increase in speeds of up to 20 times.It is generally about the better utilisation of radio spectrum and allowing several more devices to access the mobile internet at the same time.SOURCE:  CGTN AFRICA [WATCH] One of the Most Beautiful Natural Areas in Africa Due to its spectacular and imposing ensemble, “The Baobab Alley”, is a group of baobabs that line the dirt road between Morondava and Belon’i in the Menabe region of western Madagascar, a protected area, since 2007.This tourist attraction disappeared, but now an NGO is working to preserve the site and train locals so they can benefit from the resources generated from tourism.SOURCE:  AFRICA NEWS Number Three in African Football A third minute goal was enough for Nigeria to beat Tunisia in the Afcon third place playoff.Goal analyses the tactical battle that unfolded.Nigeria and Tunisia clashed in the third-place playoff at the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) on Wednesday evening in Cairo.A third-minute goal was enough for the Super Eagles to take a 1-0 victory and third place in the tournament.Both sides took this game seriously in their team selections, but it was a fairly low-intensity match with little pressing or focus on defending compactly.Nigeria scored early from a fine move, made enough chances to score a second late on, but also handed Tunisia two of the game’s best openings as Khazri got free to create for teammates.The lack of positional discipline from their central midfield duo has given many teams space to enjoy between-the-lines, but few have turned that into goals.SOURCE:   GOAL.COM . 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Ghana Takes Over Vis-a-Vis Festival In Spain

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'Ghana’s team in Spain Representatives of the Ghana government and a group of media men arrived in Madrid, Spain, yesterday for the Vis-a-Vis Festival which has two Ghanaian music groups‒ Kyekyeku and FRA Bands‒ on board.The Vis-a-Vis is a cultural project organised by Spain’s public diplomacy institution, Casa Africa, in partnership with the Ministry of Tourism, Arts & Culture and the collaboration of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), the Spanish Embassy in Accra and the Ghana Embassy in Madrid.This year’s Vis-a-Vis marks the 10 th edition of the cultural cooperation project that aims to generate a better knowledge of African music in Spain and has already been held in nine other African countries.So far, Vis-a-Vis has visited Senegal on two occasions, Ethiopia, South Africa, Côte d’Ivoire, Cape Verde, Equatorial Guinea, Tanzania and Angola.Kyekyeku and FRA Bands were adjudged winners out of 64 bands that applied to audition for the Casa Vis-a-Vis Ghana Espana project.The two groups are expected to promote Ghana as they tour Spain’s most important festival this month.The band arrived in two weeks ago and have so far performed and toured a couple of festivals and are expected to perform a few more.The delegation from Ghana called on the Ghana High Commission July 17, 2019, and engaged the office on the turnouts of events, as well as spoke about plans laid out for the festival by Casa Africa.The Ghana High Commission has been very instrumental in the coordination of the team since they arrived. . The post Ghana Takes Over Vis-a-Vis Festival In Spain appeared first on DailyGuide Network .'

Foundry Products Market Detailed Analysis and Forecast up to 2025

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Foundry products are defined as products that are derived from foundries. Foundries refer to workshops where metal castings are produced. Metal casting is a manufacturing process, where molten or liquid metal is poured into a mold which is made up
'Foundry products are defined as products that are derived from foundries. Foundries refer to workshops where metal castings are produced. Metal casting is a manufacturing process, where molten or liquid metal is poured into a mold which is made up of sand, metal, or ceramic. The mold contains a hollow cavity of the desired shape, to form geometrically complex parts. The metal casting process is applicable to all major metals that can be made into castings; common ones are iron, aluminum, magnesium, zinc, steel, and copper-based alloys. Planning to lay down strategy for the next few years? Our report can help shape your plan better. Metal castings are used in a wide range of applications such as in cars, trucks, planes, trains, mining and construction equipment, oil wells, pipes, toys, space shuttles, wind turbines, and nuclear plants. Manufacture of foundry products through the metal casting process is advantageous compared to other processes owing to its design flexibility, high production rate, and molding of large and complex parts. Additionally, easy way of fabricating wrought or cast products into complex structures while producing lightweight sheet metal parts is another advantage of foundry products. Increase in need for infrastructure and power generation facilities is fuelling the foundry products market. Growth in the automotive industry in emerging economies such as Japan, China, and India is also driving the foundry products market. Expansion in the MSME (micro, small, and medium enterprises) industry is also one of the factors propelling the foundry products market. Furthermore, rise in technological innovations and rapid industrialization and urbanization are augmenting the foundry products market. To obtain all-inclusive information on forecast analysis of global market, request a PDF brochure here. Implementation of stringent government regulations, rise in import costs, and low capacity utilization are hampering the foundry products market. Based on product mix, the foundry products market can be segmented into grey iron, SG iron, non-ferrous, steel, and malleable, and others. The grey iron segment accounts for large share of the foundry products market owing to the wide use of grey iron in the automotive industry. In terms of industry type, the foundry products market can be divided into micro, small, and medium size industry. Based on end-use industrial applications, the foundry products market can be split into automotive, sanitary, pipes and fittings, power industry, electrical equipment, machine tools, earth moving industry, and others. The automotive segment accounts for major share of the market owing to the wide range of applications in automobiles. It is followed by sanitary and pipes and fittings segments. In terms of geography, the foundry products market can be segregated into North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Middle East & Africa. Asia Pacific is a rapidly growing region of the foundry products market owing to the rise in urbanization, industrial expansion, and increase in investments in the automotive industry in emerging economies such as Japan, China, and India. China is the largest producer of metal castings in Asia Pacific. Europe follows Asia Pacific owing to the presence of the vast automotive industry base in the region. For more actionable insights into the competitive landscape of global market, get a customized report here. Key players operating in the foundry products market include Electrosteel Castings Limited, Hinduja Foundries Limited, Nelcast Limited, Brakes India limited, DCM Engineering, Saguenay Foundry Limited, Tata Motors Wheel Factory, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, and Global Foundries among others.'