The Lecithin & Phospholipids market study offers an extensive analysis of the trends observed in the growth against the global setting.It also demonstrates the competitive landscape with an emphasis on the leading producers in the forecast years, highlighting their product portfolios and regional business ventures.This report on the Lecithin & Phospholipids market delivers a cumulative synopsis of the speculations of this business, overall, along with an evaluation of its segmentations.It predicts the Lecithin & Phospholipids market to advance as one of the most profitable verticals, generating massive revenue by the end of the forecast years, exhibiting a sizable growth rate over the calculated period.The opportunities for growth and expansion that are prominent in the sector as well as the geographical coverage of the industry have also been investigated by the report.Get FREE Sample Copy with TOC of the Report to understand the structure of the complete report @ https://www.reportsanddata.com/sample-enquiry-form/2915Outlining the competitive landscape of the Lecithin & Phospholipids market:A brief outlook of the key companies in the Lecithin & Phospholipids market, focusing on companies such asCargill (US), ADM (US), Stern-Wywiol Gruppe (Germany), DowDuPont (US), and Bunge (US).Other companies include Lipoid (Germany), Wilmar International (Singapore), Sonic Biochem Extractions (India), Avanti Lipids Polar (US), Lecico (Germany), VAV Life Sciences (India), Sodrugestvo (Luxembourg), Kewpie (Japan), Sojaprotein (Serbia), American Lecithin Company (US), Sime Darby Unimills, Lecital (Austria), and Lasenor Emul (Spain).Including the delivery & sales divisions, together with the particulars of every manufacturer have been stated in the report.The study encompasses the value that each region contributes for collectively along with the anticipated regional market share.The report comprises of the rate of product consumption across all these regions alongside the consumption market share and the regional consumption rate.Unveiling the regional landscape of this market:Owing to the regional geography of the Lecithin & Phospholipids market, this research segments the industry into USA, UK, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and Middle East and Africa.Statistical data indicating product consumption across all these topographies have been cited in the report.
One of their most popular online courses is a long-format one on the design software Rhino 3D and Grasshopper 3D, which are coveted parametric design skills in the industry today.As the second batch of the Rhino + Grasshopper 101 Course culminates soon, Oneistox is proud of their valued cohort of attendees from across the world, who have successfully mastered the software![Read: The Ultimate Guide to Rhino 3D]                                                                                                               From Nil to Skilled: A Stunning Rate of Learner Growth During a survey conducted before the start of the course, learners put forth points like:“I have no experience in parametric or computation design..”“I currently don’t have any experience working with the grasshopper tool..”“It’s difficult for me to think and create the logic for a goal I already have in mind (in grasshopper).”Well, take a look at their work now!Learner Project by Ayya Permatasari from UK; Rhino and Grasshopper 101 | Mar 21’ Cohort[Alt Text: Parametrically-designed urban installation]Without any prior knowledge, within 13 weeks of this structured course under the guidance of industry expert Ar.Kanwaljeet Singh, the attendees have reached an expert level of proficiency.They have mastered maximum aspects of the vast software Rhinoceros 3D and Grasshopper, the plug-ins, tools, logic building, and exploration of endless design possibilities such as parametricism using the acquired skill.Ranging from Serbia to Saudi Arabia, from first-year undergraduate students to expert professionals, the attendees form a wide spectrum in the field of design.The three batches of the Rhino + Grasshopper 101 coursehave seen learners from 20 different countries across the globe!As the team at Oneistox goes over the learner projects created during the course, they are happy to see hints of individuality, culture and experience that the globally-diverse cohort at different stages of their design careers have to offer.]Urban Leaf: Learner Project by Alab Adviento from Philippines; Rhino and Grasshopper 101 | Mar 21’ CohortHow did Oneistox Help the Learners Get Here?[Read: 8 Reasons Why Designers Choose to Upskill With Oneistox]Oneistox ensures 100% guidance, providing personalized attention with a limited number of students per batch and one-on-one mentorship by leading industry experts.
(University of Pittsburgh) Aleksandar Stevanovic of the University of Pittsburgh received a Fulbright Specialist Program award. Dr. Stevanovic, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering in Pitt's Swanson School of Engineering, will complete a project at the University of Kragujevac in Serbia.
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According to a new market research report "Network Traffic Analyzer Market by Component (Solutions and Professional Services), Deployment Mode (Physical, Virtual, and Cloud), End users (Service Providers and Enterprises), Enterprise Size, and Region - Global Forecast to 2024" published by MarketsandMarkets™, the network traffic analyzer market size expected to grow from USD 1.9 billion in 2019 to USD 3.2 billion by 2024, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 10.6% during the forecast period.Ongoing 5G deployments, increasing number of Internet of Things (IoT)-driven applications, and ever increasing demand to monitor networking infrastructures are the major drivers of this market.Browse in-depth TOC on "Network Traffic Analyzer Market”105-Tables37- Figures152- PagesDownload PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=264497811By service provider, the managed service providers segment to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast periodManaged Service Providers (MSPs) offer various types of Information Technology (IT) services that include managed security services, managed network services, managed communication and collaboration services, managed data center services, managed mobility services, managed IT infrastructure services, and managed information services.Managed services reduce the load on the IT staff within an organization by remotely managing the IT needs, thus enabling organizations to focus more on business enhancement.By service, the training and support segment to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast periodTraining and support services keep the network running and operational with the utmost efficiency.Training services and support standards help take the full advantage of the capabilities provided by solution providers.North America consists of developed countries with well-established infrastructures, data center operators, and Cloud Service Providers (CSPs), which generate a huge demand for network traffic analyzer solutions in the region.Countries that contribute the most to the market in North America include the US and Canada as they have stable economies, which enable investments in new network technologies, such as 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud management of networks.North America, being the most developed region, houses large verticals that are capable of investing in reliable and advanced IT infrastructures for growing data traffic, thereby opening new opportunities for the adoption of network traffic analyzer solutions.Request Sample Pages @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/requestsampleNew.asp?id=264497811Major network traffic analyzer vendors providing a host of solutions and services include SolarWinds (US), Netscout (US), Broadcom (US), Nokia (Finland), Opmantek (US), Progress (US), Kentik (US), Colasoft (China), ManageEngine (US), NEC (Japan), NetVizura (Serbia), Plixer (US), MixMode (US), Opsview (UK), Inmon (US), Nagios (US), Corelight (US), Awake (US), Ideadata (Germany), Qosmos (France), Dynatrace (US), Sandvine (Canada), Extrahop (US), LiveAction (US) and LogRhythm (US).
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Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban is unlike most state leaders Downing Street rolls out the red carpet for. Authoritarian, illiberal and content to deploy racist tropes to maintain power, many on the continent believe a Hungary led by Orban and his right-wing populist Fidesz party has no place in the European Union. Here is why – despite No.10 calling Orban’s anti-immigrant comments “divisive and wrong” – Boris Johnson faces mounting criticism for welcoming his Hungarian counterpart. 1, Orban described migrants as ‘poison’ and ‘Muslim invaders’The migrant influx into Europe was described by Orban as “a poison” and “Muslim invaders”. These comments, which were widely condemned, were made at a joint press conference with Austrian Chancellor Christian Kern in Budapest, in July 2016, when refugees from war-torn Syria were fleeing attacks. “Hungary does not need a single migrant for the economy to work, or the population to sustain itself, or for the country to have a future,” Orban said, adding: “Every single migrant poses a public security and terror risk.” In a separate interview with Politico, Orban said “the factual point is that all the terrorists are basically migrants”.  Asked about the comments on Friday, business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said: “I think Viktor Orban’s views on migrants are things that I would not endorse in any way. ” 2, Anti-Semitism and attacks on George Soros Orban has been repeatedly accused of anti-Semitism, including in politically-driven attacks on philanthropist George Soros. Soros, who was was born in Budapest in 1930 to Jewish parents, accused the PM of “employing anti-Semitic tropes reminiscent of the 1930s”. It came after a series of Fidesz party posters and leaflets, accusing of a secret plot to settle at least a million migrants a year in Europe and pay them each thousands of euros. Soros said the campaign posters were not dissimilar to the anti-Semitic imagery of the 1930s, which portrayed Jews as wealthy political manipulators.Orban’s cultural commissioner Szilard Demeter also compared Soros to Hitler,  calling him a “liberal Fuhrer” who viewed Europe as “his gas chamber”. He also likened Poland and Hungary to “the new Jews”. 3, Hungary built a border during the Syrian refugee crisis As thousands left Syria to escape Bashar al-Assad and Isis in 2015, Hungary built a border barrier on its border with Serbia and Croatia. The 4m-high, 109 mile-long fence aimed at preventing migrants entering the country. Soldiers were sent to block the route from Serbia and sealed the border with razor wire. Refugees and migrants were detained and targeted with water cannon and tear gas.Orban later declared a state of emergency and deployed 1,500 soldiers to Hungary’s borders in March 2016.In January 2018, the country started to refuse to take in refugees despite their desperate need. Orban stoked fears of higher crime and terrorism, telling the public: “Mass migration is threatening the security of Europeans because it brings with it an exponentially increased threat of terrorism.“We know nothing about these people: where they really come from, who they are, what their intentions are, whether they have received any training, whether they have weapons, or whether they are members of any organisation. Furthermore, mass migration also increases crime rates.” 4, Attacks on the media and freedom of speech  Orban has presided over a deterioration of press freedom in Hungary. The station Klubradio, whose news and talk content is often critical of the Hungarian government, lost its license to broadcast, with the country’s media regulator saying it had “repeatedly infringed” the rules.Its frequency was awarded to Spirit FM, whose owner is supportive of Orban. US secretary of state Andrew Blinken is among those to criticise Orban, saying: “We have real concern that is shared by international press freedom advocates and many Hungarians over the decline of the pluralism and diversity and independent voices.” But the government’s attack on freedom of speech took a more sinister turn after the Covid outbreak, when Hungary’s parliament has passed emergency laws that include jail terms for spreading misinformation. Crucially, the laws have no clear time limit to the “state of emergency”, during which Orban can “rule by decree”. In what is seen as a clear threat to journalists, the laws state those who intentionally spread “misinformation” that hinders the government response to the pandemic can be jailed for five years. Reporters Without Borders last year dropped Hungary 16 points in its annual World Press Freedom Index to 89th place.The media watchdog said: “Its coronavirus legislation, which gave the government almost unlimited powers to handle the crisis, threatened journalists with prosecution on charges of disseminating fake news and ‘blocking the government’s anti-pandemic efforts,’ and imposed additional curbs on their already limited access to state-held information.”5, Increasingly close ties with Russia and China Europe’s “strongman” leader has cast his government as allies to Vladimir Putin’s Russia and Xi Jinping’s Chinese Communist Party. Both China and Russia are similarly authoritarian regimes and often hostile to the west. Orban has repeatedly been criticised for his closeness to the two country’s leaders and last year Hungary controversially began using Chinese and Russian Covid-19 vaccines, which were not approved by the European Medicines Agency.Putin is said to view Orban as one of Moscow’s strongest allies in the EU and he visited Budapest in 2016, reportedly to discuss a long-term energy deal. While it is not alleged that Orban is peddling a pro-Kremlin agenda, his ties with Putin leave many EU leaders uncomfortable. Kwarteng added his in interview with the BBC today that he believed it was vital for Boris Johnson to engage with Hungary post-Brexit. He said: “Hungary is an EU country, we were part of the EU. And in this post-Brexit world, I think it’s absolutely right for us to be building bilateral relations with countries in the former EU.“I think it’s completely reasonable to do that, and not to do so I think would be irresponsible.“So it’s a diplomatic relationship that we want to develop. We want to talk to European leaders, and I think it’s absolutely right that the prime minister does that.”dWhy The Appointment Of Munira Mirza As Head Of Racial Inequality Review Is So ControversialEuropean Elections 2019: This Is How People Across The Continent VotedPopulism Is Already Having Consequences For LGBT People And Our Rights
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It’s been a long old road to get there, but this weekend will finally see the return of the Eurovision Song Contest. Almost two years after Duncan Laurence gave The Netherlands its first win in more than 40 years (and one year after they put on the Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light “celebration” that we’re more than happy to leave behind in 2020), a new host of singers from around Europe and beyond are hoping they can bring home the trophy for their home countries.Iceland and Malta were both early frontrunners (and both hail from countries that have never actually managed a Eurovision win before), while Switzerland, France and Italy have also become favourites as the competition nears.Based on Betfair’s stats – and online chatter among Eurovision fans – here are nine of the acts and songs to keep an eye out for during this year’s live final...Daði Og Gagnamagnið – 10 Years Representing: IcelandOdds: 14/1Our verdict: You might remember Icelandic singer Daði Freyr from last year, when his quirky song Think About Things went viral in the lead-up to the 2020 competition which, of course, ended up being cancelled.After being invited back for a second year, Daði’s song this time around doesn’t veer far from what made him so popular, and as you can see in the above video, he’s amped up the eccentricities in his performance by throwing everything but the kitchen sink at his staging.Unfortunately, the road to Eurovision has not been a smooth one for Daði. After missing out on his spot last year, he’s found himself unable to perform in 2021, after one of his backing band contracted coronavirus.However, given his first performance of the song on Icelandic TV, Daði served up yet more TikTok-ready choreo, a children’s choir that appeared from nowhere (and disappeared just as quickly) and ended with an actual confetti cannon explosion, we wouldn’t be entirely surprised if his pre-recorded performance video ended up being enough to win the whole thing for Iceland.Destiny – Je Me Casse Representing: MaltaOdds: 10/3Our verdict: Like Daði, Destiny (who you may remember from Britain’s Got Talent back in 2017) is another of last year’s contestants who was invited back for 2021. And while the 18-year-old was planning to bring a more simple ballad to the competition last year, she’s taking a rather different approach this time around.Destiny will perform the empowerment anthem Je Me Casse in the final, which puts is in mind of something Lizzo might release, mixed with Fleur East’s Sax. There are moments the song verges on cheesy (hey, it is Eurovision after all!), but Destiny’s voice and personality are definitely both powerful enough that they help sell it.And although there’ll be no shortage of uptempo tunes on the Rotterdam stage, most of them are either pop bangers or club-centric tracks, meaning Je Me Casse’s more organic sound really stands out.Måneskin – Zitti E Buoni Representing: ItalyOdds: 3/1Our verdict: “Rock” and “Eurovision” aren’t two musical concepts you’d immediately associate with one another, but Finnish winners Lordi and Icelandic faves Hatari both prove it can be done well at the competition.This year, Italian rock group Måneskin are hoping their unique approach to Eurovision can help bring something unique to the contest, and so far, people seem pretty taken with them, nearing the top of the bookies’ odds in the days before the competition.We’ll admit the first time we heard Zitti E Buoni we weren’t exactly sold, but on repeat listens, it’s actually a lot catchier than first impressions would suggest.Barbara Pravi – Voilà Representing: FranceOdds: 10/3Our verdict: France have a bit of a reputation for their “unique” approach to Eurovision, having sent a fair few novelty acts through to the contest in the past. More recently, though, they’ve taken things more seriously, first with Madame Monsieur’s thought-provoking Mercy and then with Bilal’s heartwarming Roi.In 2021, they’re giving us pure drama with Barbara Pravi’s Voilà, a somber French-language piano ballad that’s giving us the halfway point between Edith Piaf and Adele. Even when she’s singing the track on a massive stage, Barbara evokes an intimate, smoky cabaret bar with every passionate performance of Voilà we’ve seen her give so far.To quote the great prophet Trinity The Tuck: “I don’t know what the f*** she’s saying but girl, I am living.”Gjon’s Tears – Tout L’Univers Representing: SwitzerlandOdds: 7/1Our verdict: Someone else who’s giving us pure theatre with their song is Gjon’s Tears with Tout L’Univers, the second of the French-language ballads in the competition this year.While Barbara Pravi’s Voilà’s drama is all in her vocal delivery, Tout L’Univers is more epic, with sweeping production that builds over the course of the song. Gjon’s Tears (the stage name of singer Gjon Muharremaj) does have an amazing voice too, which lives up to the song brilliantly.Gjon has also been a favourite since before the acts even arrived in Rotterdam, so he could well be about to bag Switzerland their first win in over 30 years.Elena Tsagrinou – El Diablo Representing: CyprusOdds: 25/1Our verdict: Alright... did somebody ask for a banger?Ever since Eleni Foureira’s near win in 2018, Cyprus seems determined to replicate that success with similar tracks. It started with Tamta’s (seriously underrated) Replay in 2019, and now Elena Tsagrinou’s El Diablo.And we have to say, we’re totally here for it.While the above clip is an almost boastful rip-off of Zara Larsson’s Love Me Land music video, the song itself is giving us Ava Max, early Lady Gaga and a touch of Little Mix. It takes a similar approach to Serbia’s Loco Loco and Moldova’s Sugar, but this is by far the strongest of the bunch.If the Eurovision title is going to go to a straight-up bop this year, we’re hoping it’s Cyprus.Senhit – Adrenalina Representing: San MarinoOdds: 40/1Our verdict: By now, you might have heard about Senhit’s Adrenalina, not least because the studio version of the track features chart-topping rapper Flo Rida.This led to much confusion about whether the man himself will be putting in an appearance on the night (egged on by Senhit herself, it has to be said), but it’s now been confirmed that Flo Rida is not just in Rotterdam, but he will, indeed, be taking to the Eurovision stage on Saturday night.Still, Flo Rida or no Flo Rida, Adrenalina would still be a total banger, and definitely not one to be overlooked in the final. Senhit has bags of personality on her own (she just makes sense as a Eurovision winner), while the track itself puts us in mind of that post-Gaga era of pop music, when Nicki Minaj’s Starships, Alexandra Burke’s Bad Boys and Sugababes 4.0 were all circling the top of the UK charts.Go_A – Shum Representing: UkraineOdds: 8/1Our verdict: We’ve got three words for Shum: What a racket.And we mean that literally. The word “shum” translates from Ukrainian as “noise”, and they are not underselling that, with the track mixing traditional “vesnianka” folk songs and avant-garde club beats.The result is definitely going not going to be to everyone’s tastes, and we expect Shum will most likely be a bit too polarising to actually win Eurovision for Ukraine this year. But whether you love it or hate it (we definitely fall into the former camp, for what it’s worth), it’s not likely to be something you forget in a hurry – with support building among Eurovision devotees since Go_A sailed through the first of this year’s semi-finals.James Newman – Embers Representing: United KingdomOdds: 200/1Our verdict: Like a few of the returning stars from last year’s cancelled contest, James Newman took a decidedly different approach in 2021, leaving the ballads behind and contributing something a bit more like his past work with Sigala and Rudimental.“I wanted something people can dance to, even if it’s just in their kitchen,” James recently told the BBC.Unfortunately, as you can see from those betting odds, things are not looking good for the UK at Eurovision this year. Embers, it has to be said, is a bit of a by-the-numbers club track, that sounds somewhat less polished than some of the other uptempo tunes it’s going toe-to-toe with in 2021.Still, we have to commend James for trying something different, and it’s been a long time since we sent an act with a song so upbeat and fun, so we’ll most certainly be cheering him on come the final.This year’s Eurovision Song Contest live final will air on Saturday night at 8pm on BBC One.MORE EUROVISION:Eurovision Winner Loreen: 'I Didn’t Know Anything About Eurovision... I’m A Hippie'Måns Zelmerlöw: 'Despite Everything, Eurovision Can Still Bring Us All Together'Bucks Fizz's Cheryl Baker: 'We Won Eurovision By Four Points – That's Down To Velcro'
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Gavin Bazunu, 19, joined Manchester City from Shamrock Rovers in 2019 and has been on loan at Rochdale this season; Liverpool goalkeeper Kaujman Kelleher, was not called up, has also been called for the start of Qatar Football World Cup qualifying.World Cup qualifiers against Serbia and Luxembourg Gavin Bazunu Goalkeeper have been called for the republic of Ireland.Fans from all over the world are called to book Football world Cup tickets from our online platforms WorldWideTicketsandHospitality.com.Football World Cup fans can book Ireland Football World Cup Tickets on our website at exclusively discounted prices.Ireland coach Stephen Kenny has called up four goalkeepers to his squad, including Liverpool goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher, who was not nominated and is currently recovering from a torn abdominal muscle.Bazunu, who turned 19 last month, has played 30 games for Rochdale on loan from Manchester City this season.With Darren Randolph already out, either Kelleher or Bazunu could make his senior debut in Belgrade.Brighton striker Aaron Connolly will be assessed at the team's meeting in Manchester.
Italy and England are in the air while Spain and France are doing just enough but Germany, Portugal, and the Netherlands are flirting with danger in their bid to achieve direct qualification for the Qatar Football World Cup 2022.This is the condition in Europe after the first phase of qualifying for the tournament in Qatar that will take place in November and December.Football World Cup fans can book Football World Cup Final Tickets on our website at exclusively discounted prices.PortugalThe European champions are fully absorbed in a rigid battle for automatic qualification with co-leaders Serbia after three matches.Captain Cristiano Ronaldo and his partners have accomplished patchily so far even though they would be perfectly entitled to feel robbed after CR7's last-gasp 'goal' in a 2-2 thriller with in-form striker Aleksandra Mestrovic’s Serbs were not acceptable.The group will most possibly be decided on the last match day when the two sides clash in Lisbon.SpainCoach Luis Enrique has received sufficient blame for accepting a rotation policy in this qualifying campaign.One feels that 'Les Bleus' were just going through the signals and using these qualifiers as a dress practice for the upcoming European Champions ship.Didier Deschamps's team now have built a four-point advantage over second-placed Ukraine and with a strike force containing Antoine Griezmann and Kylian Mbappe, their march towards the finals will be persistent.BelgiumThe world's top-ranked team should have little effort in success in the finals after beating Wales 3-1 and drawing 1-1 with the Czech Republic.The Red Submarines' failure to finish top of the group comes as a major surprise, with playmaker Kevin De Bruyne and strikers Romelu Lukaku and Dries Mertens causing havoc, especially upfront.The worth of their bench is just awesome.DenmarkThe Danes have taken this succeeding battle by storm and are one of only four teams with maximum points from three matches.Defender Simon Kjaer's side made their purposes very clear with an impressive 4-0 victory in Austria.Theirs is a well-organized all-round team that has yet to allow a goal and makes up for a lack of big stars with a strong temperament in true Nordic tradition.
According to a new market research report "Network Traffic Analyzer Market by Component (Solutions and Professional Services), Deployment Mode (Physical, Virtual, and Cloud), End users (Service Providers and Enterprises), Enterprise Size, and Region - Global Forecast to 2024" published by MarketsandMarkets™, the network traffic analyzer market size expected to grow from USD 1.9 billion in 2019 to USD 3.2 billion by 2024, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 10.6% during the forecast period.Ongoing 5G deployments, increasing number of Internet of Things (IoT)-driven applications, and ever increasing demand to monitor networking infrastructures are the major drivers of this market.Browse in-depth TOC on "Network Traffic Analyzer Market”105-Tables37- Figures152- PagesDownload PDF Brochure @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id=264497811By service provider, the managed service providers segment to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast periodManaged Service Providers (MSPs) offer various types of Information Technology (IT) services that include managed security services, managed network services, managed communication and collaboration services, managed data center services, managed mobility services, managed IT infrastructure services, and managed information services.Managed services reduce the load on the IT staff within an organization by remotely managing the IT needs, thus enabling organizations to focus more on business enhancement.By service, the training and support segment to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast periodTraining and support services keep the network running and operational with the utmost efficiency.Training services and support standards help take the full advantage of the capabilities provided by solution providers.North America consists of developed countries with well-established infrastructures, data center operators, and Cloud Service Providers (CSPs), which generate a huge demand for network traffic analyzer solutions in the region.Countries that contribute the most to the market in North America include the US and Canada as they have stable economies, which enable investments in new network technologies, such as 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud management of networks.North America, being the most developed region, houses large verticals that are capable of investing in reliable and advanced IT infrastructures for growing data traffic, thereby opening new opportunities for the adoption of network traffic analyzer solutions.Request Sample Pages @ https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/requestsampleNew.asp?id=264497811Major network traffic analyzer vendors providing a host of solutions and services include SolarWinds (US), Netscout (US), Broadcom (US), Nokia (Finland), Opmantek (US), Progress (US), Kentik (US), Colasoft (China), ManageEngine (US), NEC (Japan), NetVizura (Serbia), Plixer (US), MixMode (US), Opsview (UK), Inmon (US), Nagios (US), Corelight (US), Awake (US), Ideadata (Germany), Qosmos (France), Dynatrace (US), Sandvine (Canada), Extrahop (US), LiveAction (US) and LogRhythm (US).
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While there were no reports of product shortages or stockpiling, COVID-19 will have a negative impact on growth in value sales of weight management and wellbeing during 2020.This is because a significant number of consumers regard weight management and wellbeing are a non-essential purchase and reduced their consumption as economic conditions deteriorated on account of the pandemic.However, this impact of COVID-19 on value sales of weight management and wellbeing does not appear to be particul...Also Read: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-ngs-services-market-insights-overview-analysis-and-forecast-2021-2027-2021-03-13 Euromonitor International's Weight Management and Wellbeing in Serbia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.It provides the latest retail sales data 2015-2019, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth.Forecasts to 2024 illustrate how the market is set to change.Product coverage: Meal Replacement, OTC Obesity, Slimming Teas, Supplement Nutrition Drinks, Weight Loss Supplements.Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.Also Read: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-world-bicycle-saddle-market-size-share-value-and-competitive-landscape-2021-03-14Why buy this report?* Get a detailed picture of the Weight Management and Wellbeing market;* Pinpoint growth sectors and identify factors driving change;* Understand the competitive environment, the market’s major players and leading brands;* Use five-year forecasts to assess how the market is predicted to develop.Also Read: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-nursing-bottles-market-outlook-industry-analysis-and-prospect-2020-2021-03-14Euromonitor International has over 40 years' experience of publishing market research reports, business reference books and online information systems.
COVID-19 is expected to cause a surge in demand in edible oils in the first half of 2020 as consumers stockpile key cooking ingredients with long shelf lives in order to prepare for future uncertainty and reduce the frequency of shopping.As edible oils are long lasting products, many consumers chose to stock up on products in this category shortly after the outbreak of COVID-19 in Serbia.As such, volume sales are expected to reach twice that of the usual monthly rate for March and April 2020.Also Read : http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-online-clothing-market-insights-overview-analysis-and-forecast-2020-2026-2021-03-13Euromonitor International's Edible Oils in Serbia report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.It provides the latest retail sales data 2015-2019, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth.It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new product developments, distribution or pricing issues.Product coverage: Corn Oil, Olive Oil, Other Edible Oil, Palm Oil, Rapeseed Oil, Soy Oil, Sunflower Oil.
Summary – A new market study, “Edible Oils in the  Vietnam  Market, Global Research Reports 2020-2021” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.Also Read:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-blood-glucose-test-strip-bgts-market-size-share-value-and-competitive-landscape-2021-03-13 The outbreak of COVID-19 is having a positive impact on edible oils in Vietnam, with edible oil being viewed as an essential cooking ingredient to use within the home.As such, value growth is set to move from 6% in 2019, to a prediction of 9% in 2020, with consumers cooking at home more often during the pandemic, increasing general consumption.Also Read:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/geographic-information-system-analytics-market-by-type-by-application-by-segmentation-by-region-and-by-country-2021-2021-03-14 Euromonitor International's Edible Oils in Vietnam report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.It provides the latest retail sales data 2015-2019, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth.It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new product developments, distribution or pricing issues.Forecasts to 2024 illustrate how the market is set to change.Also Read:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/covid-19-outbreak-global-medical-absorbent-lap-sponges-industry-market-report-development-trends-threats-opportunities-and-competitive-landscape-in-2020-2021-03-16 Product coverage: Corn Oil, Olive Oil, Other Edible Oil, Palm Oil, Rapeseed Oil, Soy Oil, Sunflower Oil.Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand shares and distribution data.Table of ContentsEdible Oils in VietnamEuromonitor InternationalDecember 2020 List OF CONTENTS AND TABLES KEY DATA FINDINGS2020 IMPACTRetail sales rise; however, foodservice sales decline due to the outbreak of COVID-19Distribution and pricing allows players to differentiate themselves in edible oilsCalofic retains its lead; however, the share of others increases as consumers reach for affordable options during the COVID-19 pandemicRECOVERY AND OPPORTUNITIESHealthy growth over the forecast period, as e-commerce increases its share following the outbreak of COVID-19Aligned to the growing health and wellness trend, premium offerings are set to drive development and growth across the forecast periodDemand for healthy foods will......continued Why buy this report?
Summary – A new market study, “Edible Oils in the United Kingdom  Market, Global Research Reports 2020-2021” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.Also Read:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-orthopaedic-imaging-equipment-market-size-share-value-and-competitive-landscape-2024-2021-03-13 COVID-19 has led to strong growth for edible oils in both retail volume and current value terms in 2020.During the lockdowns and foodservice channel closures, consumers have been forced to stay at home and cook from scratch, driving growing demand through retailers.Especially at the beginning of the first lockdown, sales were driven by panic-buying, and consumers stockpiled olive oil.This is the edible oil with the highest value sales, and is seen as a healthier alternative to sunflower oil a...Also Read:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-whitebox-servers-market-statistics-cagr-outlook-and-covid-19-impact-2020-2025-2021-03-14 Euromonitor International's Edible Oils in United Kingdom report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.It provides the latest retail sales data 2015-2019, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth.It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new product developments, distribution or pricing issues.
Summary – A new market study, “Edible Oils in the Philippines  Market, Global Research Reports 2020-2021” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.Also Read:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-high-strength-low-alloy-hsla-structural-steel-market-size-share-value-and-competitive-landscape-2026-2021-03-13 Compared to 2019, edible oils is set to see a significant rise in volume and value growth in 2020, with a spike in sales noted during March-May, the main lockdown period.During this time, all non-essential establishments were closed, with only supermarkets and markets open for food, and foodservice outlets could only operate takeaway and delivery services.As such, with the population eating out less, home cooking increased, with many consumers also avoiding ordering  takeaway due to financial c...Also Read:http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-clay-mask-market-size-share-value-and-competitive-landscape-2020-2021-03-14 Euromonitor International's Edible Oils in Philippines report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.It provides the latest retail sales data 2015-2019, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth.It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new product developments, distribution or pricing issues.Forecasts to 2024 illustrate how the market is set to change.Also Read:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-world-cosmetic-and-toiletry-market-outlook-industry-analysis-and-prospect-2021-2021-03-16 Product coverage: Corn Oil, Olive Oil, Other Edible Oil, Palm Oil, Rapeseed Oil, Soy Oil, Sunflower Oil.
Summary – A new market study, “Edible Oils in the Netherlands  Market, Global Research Reports 2020-2021” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.Also Read:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-sweaters-market-cladding-market-insights-overview-analysis-and-forecast-2020-2026-2021-03-13 Retail sales of olive oil increased significantly in the Netherlands after the lockdown in the middle of March.As demand from restaurants and other foodservice outlets fell drastically, consumption shifted rapidly from out-of-home consumption to at-home consumption.In 2020 we anticipate an overall strong growth in olive oil consumption in retail current value terms.Also Read: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/shea-butter-market-global-outlook-and-forecast-2021-2027-2021-03-14 Euromonitor International's Edible Oils in Netherlands report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.It provides the latest retail sales data 2015-2019, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth.It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new product developments, distribution or pricing issues.Forecasts to 2024 illustrate how the market is set to change.Also Read:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/bi-specific-antibodies-therapy-global-market-growth-status-and-outlook-research-report-2020-2021-03-16 Product coverage: Corn Oil, Olive Oil, Other Edible Oil, Palm Oil, Rapeseed Oil, Soy Oil, Sunflower Oil.
Summary – A new market study, “Edible Oils in the Czech Republic  Market, Global Research Reports 2020-2021” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.Also Read:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-metal-powders-for-additive-manufacturing-market-insights-overview-analysis-and-forecast-2020-2026-2021-03-13 As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic there is likely to be significant decline in foodservice volume of edible oils in the Czech Republic in 2020.Hotels closed down completely in the first half of the year and restaurants were only able to offer food to go.These takeaway and home delivery services mitigated some of the impact of the lockdown but sales nevertheless crumbled under pressure from the Czech government’s quarantine regime and consumers’ fears about meeting people in public and sprea...Also Read:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-dry-dairy-powder-market-research-report-2024-2021-03-14 Euromonitor International's Edible Oils in Czech Republic report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.It provides the latest retail sales data 2015-2019, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth.It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new product developments, distribution or pricing issues.Forecasts to 2024 illustrate how the market is set to change.Also Read:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-steering-gear-box-market-size-share-value-and-competitive-landscape-for-2021-2021-03-17 Product coverage: Corn Oil, Olive Oil, Other Edible Oil, Palm Oil, Rapeseed Oil, Soy Oil, Sunflower Oil.
Summary – A new market study, “Edible Oils in Thailand  Market, Global Research Reports 2020-2021” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.Also Read:  http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-dpp-iv-inhibitors-dpp-4-inhibitors-market-size-share-value-and-competitive-landscape-2020-2026-2021-03-13 Edible oils has seen a strong increase in its retail volume growth rate in 2020.The government’s measures to control the spread of COVID-19 in the first half of the year included the closure of non-essential outlets, including foodservice outlets, a curfew, and more working and schooling from home in order to limit social contact.This has driven retail demand for edible oils, as more people have had the time to cook at home and have not had the opportunity to eat outside of the home.Some stoc...Also Read:http://www.marketwatch.com/story/global-augmented-reality-software-market-statistics-cagr-outlook-and-covid-19-impact-2020-2025-2021-03-14 Euromonitor International's Edible Oils in Thailand report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.It provides the latest retail sales data 2015-2019, allowing you to identify the sectors driving growth.It identifies the leading companies, the leading brands and offers strategic analysis of key factors influencing the market - be they new product developments, distribution or pricing issues.
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