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Analysis of the Asia-Pacific Antimicrobial Coatings Market

Vietnam, Indonesia, and Thailand are the Emerging Top Countries for Investment

  • Research Code : P6F4-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : CM00126-AP-MR_00475
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  • Release Date : 07-Feb-2013
  • Region : Asia Pacific
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Antimicrobial coatings kill, prevent, or retard the growth of microorganisms, including bacteria, virus, parasites, and fungi. Emerging economies such as Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Malaysia are expected to play a major role in the antimicrobial coatings market, driven by the growth of end-user industries such as medical devices and the food and beverage industry. The market is driven by high incidence of nosocomial infections (hospital-acquired infections), which has intensified the demand from end-user industries. However, a lack of awareness is hindering the use of antimicrobial coatings in these industries.

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