The China baby diapers market is propelled ahead by various factors. These include growing birth rates and increasing industrialization in China. Some of the other components that drive demand for this market are consciousness regarding cleanliness and health and switch in the vibrancy of clients. One more factor that affects the market positively is the escalating women to men percentage in the region.
The forecast period lasts from 2012 to 2017. The China baby diapers market is estimated to witness further growth during this period. The escalating population of China, lesser rates of baby mortality and boost in disposable earnings are other prominent factors that drive demand for this market. The China baby diapers market is sliced on the basis of products.
The various products include cloth diapers, disposable diapers, swim pants and training nappies. The disposable diapers market is fragmented further into super absorbent diapers, ultra absorbent diapers, biodegradable diapers and regular diapers. Apart from the components mentioned above, other human population patterns and modifying choices of clients in China also steer the China baby diapers market ahead.
The large expansion of this market has drawn in the focus of worldwide participants. These participants are speedily augmenting their operations towards such budding opportunities. The China baby diapers market is of considerable importance to big participants of the global baby diapers market. Growth in the former also creates demand for the global baby diapers market.
Escalation in expenditures regarding healthcare and amplified demand for rash-free and healthy babies also steer the China baby diapers market further.
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The increasing divide between, Google and Samsung has been evident last year with the launch of Samsung’s own Tizen OS for smartphones and the lingering rumors about Google getting worked up over the increasing customizations in Samsung’s Android based UI – TouchWiz.
However, Google managed to hide its concerns from direct confrontation in public.
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But at the CES 2015 neither tech firms did anything to keep their widening wedge from being evident. At the event, Samsung announced that it plans to put its Tizen OS in all smart TVs that it manufactures in 2015. What is interesting is that Google too announced it latest effort in penetrating the smart TV business by launching Android TV in partnership with 3 firms – Sony, Sharp and TP Vision. The last firm is the former TV division of Phillips which has recently separated itself.
This would effectively mean that Tizen, which was recently launched as a mobile OS against its traditional use of Google Android, will be in direct confrontation with Google in the smart TV business.
Google had earlier tried to make its unsuccessful debut in the smart TV industry with Google TV. In other words Android TV is basically Google smart TV 2.0.
While the partnership between Sony and Google show evidence of strengthening, LG, another Google partner in smartphones has decided to go its own way for smart TV. The firm had earlier acquired WebOS, a TV software built by HP.
Google may be the by far the leading smartphone OS firm with its Android dominating more than 70% of the global market. However, Samsung still owns the crown in smart TV market where its sales account for nearly 25%, while LG is at 15% and same is for Sony, Google’s only credible partner in Android TV.
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