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October 30, 2012

日本とアジア太平洋地域の冷凍食品市場

日本では、東北震災の影響で、電力供給が不安定になりましたが、日本の冷凍食品売上は2011年穏やかに上昇しました。

一方でアジア太平洋地域では、目覚ましい成長率が観測され、アジア全体での冷凍食品市場は年々増加傾向にあります。

アジア太平洋地域の冷凍食品市場の現状と今後の展望、そして日本企業のシェア拡大について、ユーロモニター・インターナショナルのリサーチアナリスト廣田初美が解説します。

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