Noida, India (PressExposure) October 07, 2009 -- RNCOS in its recent research report âAerospace Industry Forecast to 2013â projects positive growth for the aerospace industry of the US in coming years. Statistics show that the US aerospace industry maintained the upward growth trend in 2008 despite the worst financial crisis faced by the world, especially the US. The industry is forecast to grow at a CAGR of over 5% during 2009-2013.
Our report finds that the civil aerospace segment in the US would grow robustly in the coming years. Civil aerospace segment presently accounts for nearly 85% of total aerospace exports by the US and this share is expected to increase in future. Country is expected to receive large orders for civil aircraft mainly from the emerging Asian countries. Beside this, the report thoroughly discusses the factors that are expected to boost demand for civil as well as defense aerospace industry of the US.
In addition to this, research also covers detailed industry overview and future outlook of the key developed markets, including US, Canada, Japan, UK, France and Germany, along with that of the emerging markets of the Middle East (UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar), China, India, Mexico and Brazil. All the possible impacts of the global financial crisis on the industry growth have been duly considered. The future outlook presented in the report is based on past growth trends, current industry and regulatory developments, including base drivers, opportunities and challenges faced by the aerospace industry.
The report âAerospace Industry Forecast to 2013â is a comprehensive research report that comprises quality research and thorough analysis on the global aerospace industry. It gives deep insight into the civil as well as defense segment of the aerospace industry. It studies the emerging market trends, recent developments and their impact on the sector. The report will prove handy to clients to analyze the leading-edge opportunities and identify the key players and all the other factors which are critical to the success of a new entrant in the aerospace industry.
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