an industry that is growing rapidly
- Fair competition is necessary for the healthy growth of industry.
- No growth of the Community industry could be observed.
- It is thus concluded that the Community industry could not benefit from any growth.
- The Community industry has therefore not been able to participate in the growth of the market.
- The Community industry could not benefit from the growth of the market and the reduced COP.
- It is therefore clear that the Community industry did not fully benefit from the market growth.
- The Community industry benefited from this growth in consumption to increase its production and sales volume.
- Longer-term prospects are, however, good, thanks to the growth of the tourism industry.
- It is therefore concluded that there is no apparent link between demand growth and the sales prices of the Community industry which could indicate that slowing demand growth contributed to the injury suffered by the Community industry.
- This meant that the Community industry did not fully benefit from the growth of the market over the period considered.
- In the period 1997 to 2002, the average growth rate of EEA manufacturing industry as a whole was 4,8 % .
- They are part of a major growth industry which has seen production double between 1995 and 2001.
- It is thus concluded that there was no growth from which the Community industry could have benefited.
- Clearly, the Community industry did not manage to take advantage of the significant growth in consumption in the Community.
- Therefore, the Community industry was able to take advantage of the growth of the market between 2001 and the IP.