EU - Paints And Varnishes - Market Analysis, Forecast, Size, Trends and Insights
Germany Outstrips Other EU Countries In Paints And Varnishes Consumption
With nearly X million tonnes of paints and varnishes sold in 2013, Germany became the EU leading consuming country. Per capita consumption in Germany was estimated at X kg/year, slightly higher than the EU average (X kg/year).
This country held a X% share of total EU market, followed by Italy (X%), the UK (X%), France (X%) and Spain (X%), together accounting for approximately X% of total EU consumption in 2013. These countries were also the leading producers of paints and varnishes in the EU.
In 2013, EU paints and varnishes consumption decreased by X%. While positive annual growth rates of consumption in 2007-2013 were registered in Estonia with X% growth, Slovakia and Austria, with X% and X% growth, respectively, the balance of the other countries showed negative dynamics.
In Estonia, paints and varnishes consumption grew rapidly in recent years. In 2013, Romania's per capita consumption reached X kg/year (close to the EU-average of X kg/year) as compared with X kg/year in 2007.
The share of domestic supply was relatively stable over the last X years (X%), attesting to consumers' loyalty to domestic products despite the economic crisis. In the medium term, this tendency is expected to continue.
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