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New reports examine Central Europe labels.

A series of techno-economic label market reviews is being published over the coming months, with detailed comment and analysis of the label markets in each of the "new" EU member states in Central Europe. The publications are produced by Vangdaraf Ltd.

Reports on the label markets of Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia are now available, and further country reports will become available soon.

Each report analyzes the economic and political trends of a country, the main label end user sectors, the suppliers of label-related machinery and materials, and the label converters. National and industry statistics are used to support the authors' estimates of future trends.

The reports will form part of "The Self-Adhesive Label Market in Central/Eastern Europe", to be published in September. The reports are researched and written by James Bevan, Mike Fairley and John Penhallow.

More information about the reports is available by e-mail from John Penhallow at johnpenhallow@wanadoo.fr or from info@vandagraf.com.
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