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Trends and Opportunities in Surfactants for Personal Care

Innovation and Increasing Consumer Demand will Help the Indian Market Undergo a Paradigm Shift

  • Research Code : P79A-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : CM00134-SA-MR_00488
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  • Release Date : 25-Mar-2014
  • Region : South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
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The Indian surfactants industry comprises a few large multinational manufacturers, and several local manufacturers who constitute the unorganized segment. Consumer surfactants are the fastest growing segment in India and will assume the largest market share in the future. The main growth driver is the expanding middle class segment, restrained by increasing raw material prices and limited market penetration. Information has been collated from primary interviews with leading manufacturers and validated by secondary research. Growth in the Indian surfactants industry has been tracked by end-application with insights into types of surfactants and the prevailing competition scenario.
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