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Rising demand for ethanol as biofuel coupled with the increasing consumption of ethanol in beverages such as beer etc. is expected to drive the demand of ethanol during the forecast period.  ...Read More

Growing demand of construction coupled with the increasing use of composite materials is expected to drive the demand of reactive diluents during the forecast period ...Read More

Increasing need of specialty chemicals in mining operations coupled with the growing number of mining operations is expected to drive the demand of mining chemicals during the forecast period.&n ...Read More

Growing demand for polyvinyl chloride (PVC) from construction and automotive coupled with the increasing demand of other application areas is expected to drive the demand of dichloroethane for t ...Read More

Surging population coupled with the advancement in farming techniques such as precision farming etc. and increasing demand of biobased agrochemical intermediates is projected to drive the demand ...Read More

Growing demand of diphenylamine as an antioxidant in lubricants coupled with increasing application of diphenylamine in other areas such as chemical intermediate and fungicides is expected to dr ...Read More

Increasing demand form detergents coupled with the growing demand from other application areas is expected to drive the demand of alkoxylates during the forecast period.

Growing demand for spandex and paints and coatings coupled with the increasing demand of other end use industries is expected to drive the demand of tetrahydrofuran for the forecast period.  ...Read More

Increasing demand for automotive and building and construction coupled with demand growth for other application areas is expected to drive the demand for EPDM rubber for the forecast period.&nbs ...Read More

Increasing demand for flame retardants from construction and automotive and other areas coupled with the increasing demand for clear brine fluids from oil and gas extraction is expected to drive ...Read More