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  1. What is the total opportunity in the market?
  2. What are the major trends molding its landscape?
  3. Which are the key product or service segments?
  4. Which areas spell maximum potential for players?
  5. What is the degree of competition in the market and what factors are likely to affect it?
  6. What are the implications for government policies, regulatory requirements and other micro and macro-fundamental markets?
  7. Which are the important substitutes and to what extent can they affect demand?

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