Chemical & Petrochemical Market & Outlook in India 2022

| August 21, 2018

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India with its economic growth projections at a similar levels to the beginning of century i.e. 2000’s the demand for chemical industry shall be good enough to attract eye balls from across the globe. With A-PAC being the region attracting maximum growth scale opportunity and the relative stability in the oil prices touted as main driver shall see the countries under the positive growth margins. Given, the mature market conditions of China, India shall be the growth market rendering opportunities to the players involved in the chemical value chain extending from agrochemicals, speciality chemicals and petrochemicals at the same time.

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