2013 Asia-Pacific Paints and Coatings Market Outlook

India, China, and ASEAN Participants to Drive Growth

  • Research Code : 9A71-00-03-00-00
  • SKU : CM00011-AP-MR_00235
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  • Release Date : 03-Oct-2013
  • Region : Asia Pacific
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Demand for paints and coatings from Asia-Pacific will continue to be positive and is likely to gain impetus from macroeconomic factors. Key drivers include the forecasted recovery of the global economy in 2013, population growth, an increased focus by governments on infrastructure development, and the growth of the construction industry in emerging Asian economies. In this market outlook, Frost & Sullivan provides a snapshot of the Asia-Pacific paints and coatings market highlighting the future trends in the region. In addition, this research service analyses the key countries and paint segments which are driving growth so that paint companies can align their growth strategies along these trends.

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