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EU PVC Market Recovered by 11% in 2010 after Strong Recession According to BAC Report Recently Published By Marketpublishers.Com

17 Oct 2011 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – In 2010 European Union demand for polyvinyl chloride grew by 11% and achieved 5.9 million tons. PVC market still hasn’t reached the pre-crisis level in 6.5-6.7 million tons.

The reason for sudden fall of PVC demand in 2009 is considerable recession of construction market. In 2010 construction industry has gradually recover. It was reflected on PVC consumption trends.

EU market is self-sufficient in polyvinyl chloride. The total EU PVC capacity reaches 6.8 million tons. In 2010 export accounted for 4.35% in total EU production. In 2010 PVC production in European Union totaled 6.69 million tons.

Germany is the major producer of PVC within West Europe. It covers 23.2% share of EU PVC production. The main manufacturing facilities are located in Germany, France and Belgium.

Polyvinyl Chloride market in EU-27 is comprehensively reviewed and analyzed in the report “Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC): European Union Market Outlook 2011 and Forecast till 2016” recently published by The Market Publishers, Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC): European Union Market Outlook 2011 and Forecast till 2016
Published: September 2011
Pages: 101

The report features an in-depth analysis of the European Union market for Polyvinyl Chloride, offering data on EU total and local markets. It covers current statistics, historical background and future forecast. Complete data on production, consumption, prices, and trade statistics and forecasts through 2016 build up a full picture of the market landscape.

The report is included into the recently updated European Union Market Reports Package 2011 that features a wide range of other EU market research reports.



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