Asia Pacific Pharma Market Exhibiting Exhilarant Prospective

Asia Pacific Pharma Market Exhibiting Exhilarant Prospective

Asia-Pacific region is emerging as the fastest growing pharmaceutical industry in the global pharmaceutical arena. In recent years, healthcare demand among the regions populations have increased and its low operating costs continue to attract pharmaceutical companies. For instance, GSK, Pfizer along with other pharma companies have opened their manufacturing facilities in South Korea and various other countries of the region. It is also emerging as a powerhouse of pharmaceutical Research & Development (R&D) facilitated by the availability of a vast patient population, quality data, lower costs and skilled manpower. In future, the Asian-Pacific pharmaceutical market is projected to grow at a CAGR of around 10% during 2012-2015.

Research Analysis & Highlights

The report, Asia Pacific Pharma Sector Analysis by RNCOS, which is spread over 160 pages provides an in-depth research and rational analysis of the current status and expected position of the Pharma Market in Asia Pacific. It thoroughly examines all prominent emerging trends and drivers, which are fueling growth to the industrys development. It will provide indispensable information to clients in understanding the market dynamics and to get an insight of the industry at the micro level.

The report presents information on the key competitors in each country in the Asian-Pacific region along with their business details and areas of expertise. It also presents a highly concentrated structure of the market, along with the top players dominating the market. A segment level analysis of the industry along with emerging trends that may shape up with the betterment of economic conditions is also presented in the report. The research will help consultants, industry analysts, and vendors to get an in-depth knowledge of the current, past, and future performance of the industry.

Some of the reports key highlights include:

– China Pharma Market Thriving Unprecedentedly
– South Korea pharma Market to witness double-digit growth
– Pharmaceutical industry in India Holds Immense Opportunities for Growth
– Booming Medical Tourism Market in Asia-Pacific

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Oil And Gas Supply Demand Outlook In Asia Pacific To 2020 – Growing Appetite For Oil And Gas

Oil And Gas Supply Demand Outlook In Asia Pacific To 2020 – Growing Appetite For Oil And Gas

Asia Pacifics natural gas demand is forecast to grow strongly between 2010 and 2020. During this period, natural gas demand is expected to grow at an AAGR of 4.3%, largely driven by demand growth in China and India. Crude oil consumption is also expected to witness considerable growth of 1.3% on average per year in the same period. This strong growth of oil and gas demand will provide the impetus for huge investments in the midstream and downstream sectors of Asia Pacific in the next decade.

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China will remain the leading crude oil producer in Asia Pacific despite declining production. Chinas crude oil production is expected to decline at an average annual rate of 3.7% between 2010 and 2020. Despite its production declining at such an alarming rate, the country will produce more than thrice that of the next largest producer, Malaysia, in 2020.

India will emerge as the second largest crude oil consumer in Asia Pacific by 2013. Currently, India is the third largest oil consumer in Asia Pacific after China and Japan. Driven by strong growth in GDP, India is expected to witness the largest oil consumption growth rate in Asia Pacific between 2010 and 2020. On the other hand, Japanese crude oil consumption will decline at an average annual rate of 0.7% in the same period.

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GBI Researchs new report, Oil and Gas Supply Demand Outlook in Asia Pacific to 2020 – Growing Appetite for Oil and Gas Changing the Global Consumption Outlook, provides an in-depth analysis of the oil and gas supply and demand outlook in Asia Pacific and highlights the various concerns, shifting trends and concerns in Asia Pacifics oil and gas market. The report provides forecasts for the crude oil production and consumption sectors of the oil and natural gas industry to 2020. The report also provides segmental forecasts of the crude oil and natural gas trade balance in Asia Pacific and highlights the major countries in the region. The report discusses the regulatory structure and infrastructure in the different countries in the region. The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Researchs team of industry experts.

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How To Get Medical Insurance For A Surrogate Mother

How To Get Medical Insurance For A Surrogate Mother

Getting surrogate insurance coverage, that is, medical insurance to cover the surrogate pregnancy, can be tricky. There are a few different options for obtaining practical surrogacy insurance, depending on the situation of the surrogate mother and intended parents.

First, if at all possible, plan to use the surrogate mother’s existing health insurance policy, probably thorough her employer or her husband’s. Most health insurance policies will cover a surrogate mother, as their own insured, while she is pregnant. It is frankly none of the insurance company’s business how she got pregnant!

But some insurance companies are going out of their way to prevent surrogate motherhood. Take a copy of the surrogate’s insurance benefits booklet to your surrogacy attorney to verify if you can use this policy.

If that doesn’t work, there are a few more ways to obtain surrogate insurance coverage. The easiest, and least expensive at this point is to purchase a regular individual plan from a local insurance agency. Watch, again, for exclusions with surrogate motherhood. Also, sometimes these plans come with a 6-12 month waiting period before they will pay for pregnancy.

It probably should be mentioned that the insurance policy an intended parent carries, most likely through their employment, will not cover the pregnancy of the surrogate mother, regardless of the fact that it is their biological child. The surrogate mother is not the insured party.

There are some surrogacy insurance policies specifically designed for surrogate mothers. These policies really only insure a worst case scenario event, cost thousands to purchase, and come with deductibles in the $5,000-10,000 range. Some intended parents choose to add this sort of policy onto an existing surrogate insurance coverage.

But what happens when a surrogate mother and her intended parents believe that they are covered, get pregnant, and then find out there was an error and her insurance company refuses to cover the pregnancy? Or what if she loses the coverage halfway through the surrogate pregnancy?

There are not too many private insurance companies out there willing to insure a preexisting condition, such as an already pregnant woman. (And if you find one, please let me know!) The options are few in this situation. The intended parents can either pay for the rest of the medical bills in cash, hopefully negotiating a better rate directly with hospitals and doctor’s offices, or they can purchase a discount medical card.

A discount medical card will save the intended parents some considerable money, but it is not the same as having actual surrogate insurance coverage. Still, it’s a terrific option for those in this sort of sticky situation, and can be obtained after the surrogate mother is already pregnant.

California Victim of Financial Elder Abuse Says Bank Did Not Question Withdrawals

California Victim of Financial Elder Abuse Says Bank Did Not Question Withdrawals

A recent victim of financial elder abuse claims that Bank of America did not question transactions when she withdrew money. The senior citizen victim was allegedly scammed out of approximately $35,000. Police are searching for a black woman in her 40’s who disappeared with the money. California financial elder abuse attorneys warn seniors to be wary when people they do not know well as them to withdraw money from their accounts.

According to authorities in this case, the suspect told the senior citizen victim that the president of Bank of America had contacted her and told her that he need the victim to pull money out of the bank. The suspect promised the victim $572,000 in return for doing so. The victim then withdrew $12,000 from a Bank of America in Redlands, California, and another $23,000 from another Bank of America branch in San Bernadino, California. California financial elder abuse attorneys warn seniors that bank officials will not ask them to withdraw money from their accounts.

Bank of America officials say that there are security efforts in place to protect senior citizen customers from financial elder abuse. Bank of America has stated that bankers and tellers receive extensive training to identify banking transactions that are out of the ordinary. Bank of America officials also stated that they follow applicable state laws which may include contacting Adult Protective Services or local law enforcement. California financial elder abuse attorneys remind the public to be vigilant regarding financial elder abuse.

In this case, the suspect befriended the stranger in a grocery store parking lot. After the money was removed from the accounts, the suspect told the victim that the bank president wanted them to put the money in the victim’s trunk and return to the other Bank of America branch to fill out paperwork. The suspect then went to use the bathroom and disappeared with the money.

Evans Law Firm, Inc. handles elder abuse, financial elder abuse, physical elder abuse, annuity fraud, consumer fraud class actions, insurance and banking fraud cases. If you think that you have witnessed or are the victim of elder abuse, or financial fraud then contact Evans Law Firm, Inc. at 415-441-8669 for a free and confidential consultation, or email us at

Asia Pacific Holds Majority Share In World Lng Demand

Asia Pacific Holds Majority Share In World Lng Demand

The requirement of energy sources are escalating every year. Traditionally, the demand had been fulfilled by coal and other fossil fuels. However, during the past few years, natural gas has been given preference over coal and other fossil fuels. Increasing crude oil and coal prices in the international market along with clean power development pressure are the main factors responsible for these changes. Hence, LNG is quickly becoming the most internationally traded commodity in the world. Asia Pacific is the traditional hub of the global LNG business, particularly due to an increased emphasis on environmental safety.

The LNG demand in the Asia-Pacific region is increasing with an increase in demand from various countries. For instance, China’s natural gas demand growth is being driven by the governments effort to curb pollution. Demand from Japan is also increasing with a shift in the focus to natural gas for power generation. Additionally, the demand from countries like India is increasing on account of high GDP growth rate. Thus, Asia-Pacific region dominates the demand for LNG in the global LNG market, says Asia Pacific LNG Market Outlook 2020, a recent report by RNCOS.

The report evaluates Asia-Pacific LNG Industry in detail. It identifies major LNG import and export markets and presents their current industry status. Each of the countries is studied thoroughly with special focus on demand and supply scenario of the country; major LNG receiving terminals/production plants; under construction and proposed LNG receiving terminals/production plants; and medium- and long-term receiving/supply contracts. Forecasting of LNG demand/supply for 2015 and 2020 of each country is also provided in the report. Competitive landscape with profiling of major oil and gas companies in the LNG sector are also included in the report. The section covers brief business overview, key financials, and recent development of the company. Overall, the report provides complete overview of the market that can help clients to frame their strategies accordingly.

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