Consumption

Global Biomass Pellets Market Poised for Remarkable Growth, Expected to Reach $16.07 Billion by 2029 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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Tuesday, July 2, 2024

The global biomass pellets market, esteemed at $11.50 billion as of 2023, is forecasted to attain a value of $16.07 billion by 2029, marking a substantial growth trajectory over the coming years.

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  • The global biomass pellets market, esteemed at $11.50 billion as of 2023, is forecasted to attain a value of $16.07 billion by 2029, marking a substantial growth trajectory over the coming years.
  • This upsurge reflects the global commitment toward decarbonization and the ongoing shift from conventional energy in favor of eco-friendly alternatives.
  • The biomass pellets market is characterized by fragmentation with prominent companies like Drax Group Plc, Highland Pellets, and Enviva Inc. leading the industry.
  • This rise in the global biomass pellets market signals a promising trajectory towards sustainable energy, potentially transforming the way industries and consumers view and use renewable resources.

New Clari Innovations Accelerate Consumption-based Businesses While Boosting Sales Rep Productivity with Revenue AI

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Wednesday, May 8, 2024

Clari Forecast for Consumption, part of Clari’s new Enterprise Suite, enables revenue leaders to predict and manage all consumption revenue in one place.

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  • Clari Forecast for Consumption, part of Clari’s new Enterprise Suite, enables revenue leaders to predict and manage all consumption revenue in one place.
  • Clari’s new Revenue Execution solution automates sales execution across the complete revenue lifecycle, providing prescriptive guidance and AI-powered productivity to every rep and frontline manager.
  • These new solutions were unveiled today at Charge: The Revenue Summit , the leading event for all revenue-critical employees who want to stop revenue leak, implement consistent revenue cadences, and capture more revenue.
  • “That all changes today with the introduction of Clari Forecast for Consumption and Revenue Execution delivered through the unified Clari Revenue Platform.

Eco Friendly Bottles Global Report 2024-2030: Edible Substitutes to Bottles Emerge as Potential Alternatives to Plastic - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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Friday, April 19, 2024

Global PET Bottle Market: Annual Consumption in Million Tons for the Years 2018, 2020, 2022 and 2024

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  • Global PET Bottle Market: Annual Consumption in Million Tons for the Years 2018, 2020, 2022 and 2024
    Escalating Consumption of Plastic Bottled Mineral Water and Non-Alcoholic Beverages: An Opportunity to Tap for Eco-Friendly Bottles Market
    PLA Emerges as a Sustainable, Eco-friendly Packaging Option
    Global Warming Potential (GWP) of PET Bottles: Breakdown of Contribution (in %) of Lifecycle Processes
    Global Warming Potential (GWP) of PLA Bottles: Breakdown of Contribution (in %) of Lifecycle Processes
    Correct Recycling of Biodegradable Plastic Water Bottles: Essential for Adopting Sustainable Options
    Share of Single-Use Plastic Items Banned by Regulations: 2023
    Flax Bottle: An Eco-Friendly Option for Wine, Beer and Spirits

Quickplay's Generative AI Products Sweep Awards at NAB

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Monday, April 22, 2024

Company extends AI leadership with BAM, Future and NAB Product of the Year wins

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  • Company extends AI leadership with BAM, Future and NAB Product of the Year wins
    TORONTO, April 22, 2024 /PRNewswire/ - Quickplay continued to lead the way in creating Generative AI products and benefits for the media industry at last week's NAB Show, sweeping top awards in three separate competitions and sharing details of product successes in thought leadership forums before and during the conference.
  • On thought leadership stages, Quickplay amplified how Generative AI in the hands of both consumers and content programming teams is turbocharging content discovery.
  • Globant and Quickplay announced a collaboration that will leverage AI to increase the usage and value of archival digital assets.
  • "Having the right architectural foundation matters as media and entertainment seeks to optimize the benefits of Generative AI," said Andre Christensen, CEO and Co-Founder of Quickplay.

Nowcasting consumer price inflation using high-frequency scanner data: evidence from Germany

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Tuesday, April 23, 2024
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    Monetary asmmetries without (and with) price stickiness

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    Friday, April 19, 2024
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      Digital euro safeguards – protecting financial stability and liquidity in the banking sector

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      Thursday, April 18, 2024

      A digital euro would offer a wide range of

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        • A digital euro would offer a wide range of
          financial stability benefits, including safeguarding the role of public money and
          strengthening the strategic autonomy and monetary sovereignty of the euro area in
          the digital era.
        • Keywords: CBDC, digital euro, bank intermediation, financial stability risks.
        • A digital euro has the potential to offer a wide range of financial stability
          benefits for the digital era.
        • A digital euro would
          stimulate financial innovation among private sector entities and enhance the
          efficiency and resilience of the financial system by supporting competition and
          diversity within it.3 In addition, a digital euro would strengthen the strategic autonomy
          and monetary sovereignty of the euro area.
        • A digital euro would be designed to minimise risks to the financial system.
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          The preparation phase will pave the way for a future decision on whether or not to issue a digital euro.

        • When gauging the implications for the euro area banking sector of introducing a
          digital euro, take-up would be key, as it would determine the level of deposit
          outflows.
        • In the latter case, the
          issuance of a digital euro would not affect banks? balance sheets, since banks would return euro
          banknotes to the Eurosystem in exchange for digital euro.
        • Banknotes and digital euro are two different
          types of central bank liability, so a swap between banknotes and digital euro would only affect the
          composition and not the size of the Eurosystem?s balance sheet.
        • In our analysis, we model only the
          substitution of commercial bank deposits with a possible future digital euro.
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          The legislative proposal on a digital euro provides for the inclusion of such safeguards and establishes
          specific criteria for the limits, aiming to contain the use of a digital euro as a store of value.

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          The added value of digital euro
          safeguards such as holding limits
          To understand the benefits of digital euro safeguards, such as holding limits, it
          is useful to first consider the implications of introducing a CBDC without
          adequate safeguards.

        • (2022), ?Central bank digital currency and bank intermediation: Exploring different
          approaches for assessing the effects of a digital euro on euro area banks?, Occasional Papers, No 293,
          European Central Bank, Frankfurt am Main, May.
        • deciding to adopt the digital euro, and (ii) the average amount of digital euro in a
          wallet.
        • At the same time, as discussed in this paper, the design of a digital euro would
          include effective safeguards, such as individual holding limits, to mitigate
          potential financial stability risks.
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          an upper bound on the amount of digital euro in circulation, thereby addressing and
          limiting financial stability concerns associated with the introduction of a digital euro.

        • (2023), ?A digital euro: gauging the
          financial stability implications?, Financial Stability Review, ECB, November.

      China Lilang Announces 2023 Annual Results

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      Monday, March 18, 2024

      HONG KONG, Mar 18, 2024 - (ACN Newswire) - China Lilang Limited ("China Lilang" or the "Company", together with its subsidiaries, the "Group"; stock code: 1234) today announced its 2023 annual results.

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      • HONG KONG, Mar 18, 2024 - (ACN Newswire) - China Lilang Limited ("China Lilang" or the "Company", together with its subsidiaries, the "Group"; stock code: 1234) today announced its 2023 annual results.
      • Mr. Wang Dong Xing, Chairman and Non-Executive Director of China Lilang, said:
        "In 2023, China welcomed its first year of recovery after three years of pandemic.
      • For the year ended 31 December 2023, the Group's revenue increased by 14.8% year-on-year to RMB3.544 billion.
      • The distributors of the core collection had to digest the inventory from 2022, which suppressed the order growth in 2023.

      The World Office Furniture Industry Report 2024: In-Depth Analysis of Top 20 Countries, with Profiles of 45 Major Office Furniture Manufacturers - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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      Friday, April 5, 2024

      The "World Office Furniture Industry" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

      Key Points: 
      • The "World Office Furniture Industry" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
      • The World Office Furniture Industry report offers a comprehensive picture of the global office furniture sector, providing basic data for production, consumption imports and exports for the time series 2014-2023, international trade and major trading partners, world tables and economic indicators, market prospects up to 2025, summary tables for the 60 most important countries for office furniture production, consumption and trade, profiles of the leading office furniture manufacturers on a global level and a focus on the Top 20 office furniture countries.
      • The world market for office furniture presently amounts to approximately US$ 49 billion.
      • Part I reviews the world office furniture industry: the major producing and consuming countries, the status and prospects of world trade of office furniture, world trade matrix, current data and forecasts for growth in office furniture demand in 2024-2025, by country and by regional groupings.