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[February 26, 2013]

Western Europe Statistics and Forecasts, 2006-2015 - Issue 2 Out Now

Feb 26, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9q8ccv/western_europe) has announced the addition of the "Western Europe Statistics and Forecasts, 2006-2015 - Issue 2" report to their offering.

The Western Europe Telecom Statistics and Forecast report will provide you with a whole range of statistics, forecasts and graphs for the years 2006-2015F (includes the 2Q 2011 actual data), crucial to your competitive and strategic analysis and planning.

You can also purchase a 1-year subscription, providing you with quarterly updates. This new report includes the following indicators on a per country and a regional basis: - Population - GDP per capita - Telecom Service Revenue - Fixed telephone subscribers, penetration and growth - Mobile telephone subscribers, penetration and growth - Internet subscribers and users, penetration and growth - Broadband subscribers, penetration and growth - Inbound and Outbound International telephone traffic - Termination rate originating in the US Other reports available in the Statistics and Forecast portfolio include: Asia statistics and forecast report Americas statistics and forecast report Middle East statistics and forecast report North Africa statistics and forecast report Eastern Europe statistics and forecast report Western Europe statistics and forecast report A global report including the 6 regions is also available called The World statistics and forecast report.

Countries Covered - Austria - Belgium - Cyprus - Denmark - Finland - France - Germany - Greece - Ireland - Italy - Luxembourg - Netherlands - Norway - Portugal - Spain - Sweden - Switzerland - United Kingdom For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9q8ccv/western_europe CONTACT: Research and Markets, Laura Wood, Senior Manager.

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