Malaysia & Indonesia Rubber Market Scenario Scrutinized by SRI in In-demand Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com06 Apr 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Currently, the world rubber market is following an upward trajectory. Moreover, an oversupply of natural rubber has been observed in the market for 4 years already. For instance, in 2014 the world rubber surplus amounted to 241 thousand tonnes. Surplus stocks of rubber provoked a steady fall in the global rubber prices.
Meanwhile, the Asian region holds the lion’s share (93%) of the world natural rubber production. In Asia, the largest rubber manufacturer is Thailand, followed by Indonesia and Vietnam. India, China and Malaysia are also amid the key rubber producers in the Asian region. China is recognized as the dominant natural rubber consumer in the world.
The global natural rubber demand is expected to see further growth in the offing, propelled mainly by the rising consumption of industrial rubber products and tyres.
Malaysia and Indonesia are two global key manufacturers of rubber gloves. Nowadays, the production of rubber gloves in both countries is restricted by low natural rubber production. However, the local authorities make efforts to adopt various initiatives to stimulate the market growth.
One of the latest reports worked out by Smart Research Insights (SRI), “Malaysia & Indonesia Rubber Industry Analysis”, provides an all-encompassing analysis of the rubber market performance in Malaysia and Indonesia. The report includes a review of the current market scenario alongside the detailed market future development forecasts. Moreover, the study unveils information on the key growth drivers, challenges as well as opportunities, prospects and trends. Furthermore, the competitive landscape of the market is thoroughly scrutinized in the report. Data on the market value, volume and size is also at hand in this research publication.
Malaysia & Indonesia Rubber Industry Analysis
Date: February, 2015
Price: US$ 800.00
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