Partially cloudy and cold conditions are expected for
Milestones Expected for
Key Pivotal Assets: Ozanimod: U.S.
Rains and storms are expected for
the entire island.
Korean Air is expecting to post a KRW240 billion ($255 million) pre-tax profit in 2007, 33.3% higher than the KRW180 billion expected for
2006, according to a regulatory filing cited by Reuters.
A decrease of 2.5% is expected for
2005 to approximately 7.7 million units as consumers are introduced to smaller-sized cross-over utility vehicles.
The impact will be felt mostly in the Southern states stretching from Louisiana through the Carolinas, but some downward adjustment in acreage is also expected for
the Corn Belt states.
A slew of developments this year, as well as several expected for
next, make this market an important one to watch, and one that should contribute to overall tech growth.
Special Industry Machinery--A second straight year of decline is expected for
most market sectors in the special industry machinery classification.
The study recommended the compliance supplement provide guidance on the sample sizes federal agencies expected for
Meanwhile, relatively good growth in demand is expected for
LLDPE resins in 1992, with some suppliers projecting higher growth rates than for HDPE and LDPE resins.
Another slight rise in temperature is expected for
Friday to become three degrees Celsius lower than the annual average with slight chance of scattered rain on some areas.
An increase of 400,000 units to 8.3 million units is expected for
2004 as the sport utility and light truck vehicle markets continue to grow and more of these vehicles are fitted with the LT tires.
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning--Though exports continue strong in '96, a loss of 6% in casting production is expected for
this market sector.
"TMAC expects the industry to ship 169 million passenger tires and 26 million light truck tires to the replacement market in 1996, compared to the 167 million and 25.5 million units posted, respectively, during 1995." The committee projected long term growth of replacement passenger tire shipments at an average annual rate of 1.3% between 1996 and 2001, slightly outpacing the 0.8% rate expected for
replacement light truck tires, due to the continued application of P-metric tires on light truck vehicles.
While long-term growth of only 1% is expected for
many of the major synthetic rubber sectors (styrene-butadiene, polybutadiene, ethylene-propylene), the Committee predicted that several of the specialty synthetics would experience stronger long-term growth.