World Chemicals Market Landscape Canvassed in In-demand TBRC Report Available at MarketPublishers.com26 Apr 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The global chemicals industry has seen a number of structural changes over the past few years, including a shift of production sites to the countries of Asia, novel emerging and growth-leading markets, technology advancements and also the all-pervading impact of the world economic crunch in tandem with the soaring raw material prices.
With the surging awareness and concentration on enhancing and maintaining the environment, the regulatory influence on the chemicals market has increased. Coatings, gases, resins, pesticides, fuels, cosmetics have all witnessed areas of growth worldwide and across various geographies.
Amid the key challenges of the chemical market comprise rising raw material costs, urge towards eco-friendly products as against petrochemical products to keep the environment more sustainable, etc.
BASF, Ineos, Sinopec, SABIC, Dow Chemical, ExxonMobil, LyondellBasell Industries, Formosa Plastics, DuPont, Bayer, amid others, are the dominant players in the industry.
New study “Chemicals Global Market Analytics Report 2016 Including: Petrochemicals, Plastics Materials And Resins, General Chemicals Products, Other Basic Organic Chemical, Historic and Forecast Growth Rate 2011 – 2019, Analysing: Value, Employment, Enterprises, Capital Expenditure, R&D Spend, Production, International Trade, Covering: Asia, Europe, Americas, Middle East & Africa, Oceania” elaborated by The Business Research Company (TBRC) covers the chemicals market, providing its current value and other indications, historical background plus forecasts, key growth drivers and restraints. A detailed comparison of the sector in question with leading industrial markets by value and growth is included. The report analyses the market size by geography, comparing the historical and forecasted growth; analyses the market by regions, countries and leading emerging markets; examines the important segments, comparing their size and growth, historic and forecast; canvasses competitive landscape including market shares and descriptions of the top companies. The report reviews major financial deals; compares the chemicals market country-wise with GDP and population; identifies the number of employees, companies and energy utilised in the industry in various countries; details the R&D and capex spending country-wise. It gives details about industry trade and production unveiling the exports & imports of chemicals by leading countries. The report also projects the sector’s development moving forward.
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