Euromonitor releases report on Argentinian home insecticides
In 2009, a Argentinian epidemic of dengue, a mosquito-borne disease, caused 30,000 confirmed illnesses and 15 deaths. As consumer awareness of the risks related to dengue grew, consumers began to use increasing quantities of home insecticides to diminish exposure to mosquitoes. Companies began to heavily advertise their products and insecticide sales grew.
Euromonitor International's market report provides a comprehensive guide to the market at a national level by detailing the latest retail sales data and giving readers the opportunity to identify growth-driving sectors. The report also identifies the leading companies and leading brands while offering strategic analysis of factors that influence the market.
Other information in the report includes data on spray/aerosol insecticides, insecticide coils, insecticide baits, electric insecticides, other home insecticides, market sizes, company shares, brand shares and distribution data.
The report is currently available at Fast Market Research.
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, dengue infects as many as 100 million people annually around the world. More than one-third of the world's population lives in areas at risk for transmission.