Global petrochemicals market to be worth over US$60o in 2012

The petrochemicals market is expected to record steady growth over the next decade as global economic woes begin to relent. The market will reach a value of US$609.3bn in 2012, as companies and organisations across the world continue to exploit the potential of the burgeoning Asian markets, as per Visiongain. The growth of petrochemicals production will be supported by shale gas and innovation. The global petrochemicals market has shown sluggish growth in recent times and this has been due to poor demand and poor global economic conditions. The petrochemicals market is a market that is highly dependent on the macroeconomic conditions and, due to the prevailing, economic conditions, the European petrochemicals markets have performed particularly poorly.
  More News  Post Your Comment

Previous News

Next News

{{comment.Name}} made a post.




There are no comments to display. Be the first one to comment!


Name Required.


Email Id Required.

Email Id Not Valid.


Mobile Required.

Email ID and Mobile Number are kept private and will not be shown publicly.

Message Required.

Click to Change image  Refresh Captcha