Indian Beer Market Set To Flourish

Navi Mumbai, India (PressExposure) November 02, 2009 -- Beer Market - India report ( [] ) shows that the Indian beer industry is set to flourish with new breweries and international brands coming up in near future. Foreign players acknowledge India as a largely untapped market with strong growth potential. In terms of expected growth rates, India is among the top three beer markets in Asia.

The report provides an introduction to categories of beer and consumer preferences in India, a detailed market overview covering the market size and growth, market share by segments and region wise market share in India. An analysis of drivers explain factors contributing to he growth of beer market based on huge market potential, rising income levels and entry of international players. The key challenges discussed are high tax structure and regulatory environment.

The trends section explains about the consolidation expected with list of latest mergers and acquisitions, fast growing premium beer segment, emerging new sub-categories of beer and growing demand for barley. Competitive landscape provides the market share of major players and also provides brief profile of players including details of their brands and future plans.

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Press Release Submitted On: November 27, 2009 at 4:01 am
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