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Strategic Analysis of the Mining Chemicals and Explosives Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa

Central Africa Drives the Mining Chemicals Market

  • Research Code : MA92-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : CM00065-AF-MR_00359
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  • Release Date : 08-Jul-2015
  • Region : Africa
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The African mining industry is experiencing enormous growth, especially in Central and East Africa. This has created rapidly-growing demand for explosives and specialty chemicals that are used in the minerals mining industry. This research service provides an overview of the mining explosives and specialty chemicals markets in Sub-Saharan Africa and focuses on the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Namibia, and South Africa. The product groups covered in this research service include explosives and specialty chemicals comprising collectors, flocculants, frothers, and solvent extractants. The analysis provides unit shipment forecasts for specialty chemicals and revenue forecasts for explosives. The base year is 2014 and forecasts run to 2020.
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