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Frost & Sullivan Expects European Market Volume for Industrial Valves and Actuators to Grow to Over US$7 Billion by 2024
India is the world's fastest growing paper market and, with per capita consumption of 13 kg per year and a global average of 57 kg, still has considerable air upwards. The Indian Paper Manufacturers Association (IPMA) argues that each 1 kg increase in consumption requires an additional production capacity of 1 million tonnes.
The Australian market for industrial valves was $580 million in 2017 and is expected to reach $1.3 billion by 2023.
Market researchers expect the greatest increase in biopharmaceuticals. Mergers and acquisitions have changed the industrial landscape.
The Peruvian government is investing heavily in infrastructure. The mammoth projects include airports and a railway.
About 85 percent of Indonesian electricity is generated from fossil fuels. For renewable energies, only hydroelectric power and geothermal energy are important.
In 2019, the Austrian construction industry should continue to expand significantly, but lose momentum compared to previous years.
Gas instead of coal: China wants to use coal seam gas and shale gas in addition to natural gas to cover its own energy needs. Environmental problems are not discussed in public.
Italy offers private homeowners and businesses numerous incentives for energy efficiency measures in buildings.
Particularly in the Chinese conurbations, the redesign of inefficient hotels, shopping centres and office buildings is a pressing topic for the future. However, many investors are currently shying away from the high costs.

Chemical industry - GTAI country reports testify to lively markets

Russia's chemical industry continues to grow strongly in 2018. Corporations are investing in increasing their processing stage. The Russian government is promoting the expansion of gas liquefaction..

Like many other industries, the chemical industry in Turkey is suffering from the decline of the lira. The implementation of important projects in the petrochemical industry is likely to be delayed.

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Building Industry - GTAI market reports up-to-date and informative

Argentina's building industry has turned from boom to recession within a few months. The reasons are financial and currency turbulences, high interest rates and austerity measures in the national budget. The long-term outlook is positive.

The building industry in Indonesa is booming. Everywhere in the archipelago the infrastructure is being expanded. In addition, structural building is picking up again after a brief period of weakness.

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While the European construction industry was still able to achieve growth of 3.1% in Europe last year, growth in 2019 is expected to be only 1.9% and to level off further to 1.4% by 2021.
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Here you will find short economic profiles of countries that are in the special focus of the global economy and are not without significance for the valve industry (German language).