Paints & Coatings Market in India

Macro Outlook & Technology Trends, 2017

  • Research Code : 9AB4-00-14-00-00
  • SKU : CM01397-GL-MR_20325
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  • Release Date : 04-Jul-2017
  • Region : Global
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The infrastructure push by the Government of India, particularly in policy support and investment participation will be instrumental in driving the growth of the Indian Paints and Coatings Market. Specifically schemes such as AMRUT and housing for all are likely to drive the demand for interior paints with a particular focus on medium and economy range products. However, low per capita consumption and an evolving regulatory scenario makes the Indian market landscape increasingly difficult to traverse. In this Industry Docket, Frost & Sullivan discusses the key trends and drivers of this market, and provides insights into the key focus products and segments for paints and coatings companies. This Industry Docket aims to be a top-level guide to help CXOs set their strategic posture with a focus on the future.
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