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Analysis of the Pulp and Paper Chemicals Market in Brazil

Awareness Regarding Environmental Impact and Product Final Quality is Expect to Drive the Market

  • Research Code : NC08-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : CM00090-LA-MR_00394
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  • Release Date : 13-Mar-2013
  • Region : Latin America
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The research service focuses on the Brazilian pulp and paper chemicals market, including main products regarding pulping, bleaching, finishing, and coating processing. The analyzed pulp and paper chemicals have been an important presence in the market for years. Even though they present as a mature stage in the market, the total pulp and paper chemicals market is also expected to offer positive results through the forecast. Regarding the total vertical market analysis, finishing and coatings chemicals presented highest CAGR for the period. The study covers data since 2009 and forecasts to 2017. The main market competitors in Brazil are Carbocloro, Eka Chemicals, Corn, Peroxidos do Brazil, Cargill, and Evonik-Degussa.
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