Fine Chemicals Market - Forecast(2022 - 2027)

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Fine Chemicals Market Overview

The Fine Chemicals Market is forecast to reach US$232.3 billion by 2027, after growing at a CAGR of 5.7 % during the forecast period (2022-2027). Fine Chemicals refer to pure, single chemical substances that are more often produced in quite small and limited amounts through batch or biotechnological processes followed by synthesis, segregation, and purification. Polypeptide, aromatic compounds, monoclonal antibodies, erythropoietin, nucleotides, and plastics additives are some of the common examples of Fine Chemicals used in various industries. Fine chemicals are widely used in Pharmaceuticals, Agrochemicals, Construction Materials, Food and Beverages, Electronics, and many more. An increase in construction, and agricultural activities along with an increase in demand for consumer electronics can act as major drivers for the market. Strict rules and regulations regarding the negative effects of the use of fine chemicals on the environment can act as a major constraint for the market. 

COVID-19 Impact

There is no doubt that the COVID-19 lockdown has significantly reduced construction, and production activities which in turn, has resulted in the country-wise shutdown of construction sites, shortage of labor, and the decline of supply and demand chain all over the world, thus, affecting the market. Studies show that the outbreak of COVID-19 sharply declined construction activities in 2020 due to a lack of operations across multiple countries around the world. However, a slow recovery in new development and construction contracts has been witnessed across many countries around the world since 2021. For instance, The Iron Bridge Magnetite project that is expected to deliver 22mtpa of high-grade 67 percent Fe magnetite concentrate product is currently undergoing development. The overall cost of the project is expected to reach around £1.96 billion (US$2.35 billion) Mota-Engil. Since the use of fine chemicals plays a major role in the modern construction industry, a slow and steady increase in development, and construction, activities will require the use of fine chemicals for construction materials like adhesives, sealants, inhibitors, heavy reinforcement concrete, protective coating for steel, plastic additives and others. This will eventually lead to an increase in demand for fine chemicals which indicates a slow and steady recovery of the market in the upcoming years.

Report Coverage

The report: “Fine Chemicals Market – Forecast (2022-2027)”, by IndustryARC covers an in-depth analysis of the following segments of the Fine Chemicals Industry.

By Type: Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients, Agrochemicals, and Speciality Chemicals.
By Application: Pharmaceuticals, Cosmetics, Agriculture, Electronics, Food and Beverages, Petrochemicals, Plastic, Foundry, Others.
By Geography: North America (USA, Canada, and Mexico), Europe (the UK, Germany, France, Italy, and the Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, South Korea, and the Rest of Asia-Pacific), South America (Brazil, Argentina, and the Rest of South America), the Rest of the World (the Middle East, and Africa)

Key Takeaways

  • Pharmaceuticals in Fine Chemical Market is expected to see the fastest growth, especially during the forecast period. The major reason behind this is the increasing demand and consumption of various medical drugs across the world. For instance, in 2019, the UNDESA published a report, which showed that the majority of the elderly population (approx. 703 billion) have a weaker immune system, hence, they tend to fall sick quite often. This increases the demand for fine chemicals required for the production of medical drugs and medications, hence, leading to market growth. 
  • Asia-Pacific dominated the Fine Chemicals Market in 2021, with countries like China, and India being most likely to drive the market growth. The major reason behind this is the rising requirement of construction materials, cosmetic products, increasing demand for adhesives and plastics from the packaging industry, and more applications that require the use of fine chemicals boost the market growth. 
  • New environmental-friendly methods are being employed in order to reduce the negative effects of fine chemicals on the environment.

Figure: Asia-Pacific Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2021-2027 (US$ Billion)

 

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Fine Chemicals Market Segment Analysis – By Type

The Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients segment held the largest share in the Fine Chemicals Market in 2021 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.5 % between 2022 and 2027. The major reason behind this is the fact that active ingredients are the most important component of any drug since they are the ones who are responsible for fulfilling the purpose of the medication. According to a report published by IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics, the overall volume of medicines used across the globe reached around 4.5 trillion doses by 2020 with an approximate cost of around $1.4 trillion. As the demand for medical drug production in the pharmaceutical sectors in countries across the globe increases, the demand for the use of fine chemicals such as polypeptide, erythropoietin, nucleotides, and more are also expected to rise significantly, which can help boost the market growth.

Likewise, fine chemicals are also widely used in agriculture. Fine chemical intermediates are mostly used in order to protect the crops from pests and add more nutrients to the soil. The major benefit of using fine chemicals in agriculture is the fact that it protects and increases crop yields that play a vital role in the food chain system.

Fine Chemicals Market Segment Analysis – By Application

The Pharmaceuticals held the largest share in Fine Chemicals in 2021 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.9 % between 2022 and 2027. According to the data on therapeutic drug use in the U.S. published by National Centre for Health Statistics, the number of drugs that were ordered and provided through physician office visits reached around 2.9 billion, and the number of drugs that were given or prescribed through hospital emergency department visits reached around 336 million in 2020. Likewise, recent reports published by Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) show that over 90 million of 246 million U.S. adults fall at a higher risk of serious illness if infected with the coronavirus. Thus, an increased risk of people falling sick or suffering from certain medical illnesses will also increase the demand for medicines or drugs required for the treatment, which can lead to an increase in the demand for fine chemicals required for the production of the medical drugs. This, in turn, will play a major role in leading market growth in the upcoming years.

Furthermore, according to the recent reports published by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), the global food demand across the world is most likely to increase significantly. The FAO reports estimate that world food demand is most likely to increase by 70% by 2050, and most of the global food demand is expected to come from regions such as Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, and Latin America. Hence, an increase in food demand will significantly increase the demand for the utilization of agrochemicals, food additives, and preservatives that require the use of fine chemicals during their production, hence, boosting the market growth.

Fine Chemicals Market Segment Analysis – By Geography

The Asia Pacific held the largest share in the Fine Chemicals Market in 2021 up to 30 %. A recent study indicates that the total sales revenue of traditional pharmaceuticals in China amounted to about $28.8 billion in 2019 and is expected to increase in the upcoming years. Likewise, recent reports from India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF) show that the Indian pharmaceutical sector supplies over 50% of the global demand for various vaccines, 40% of the generic demand for the US, and 25% of all medicines for the UK during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It also states that India holds the second-largest share of the pharmaceutical and biotech workforce in the world. According to the Indian Economic Survey 2021, the domestic pharmaceutical market is estimated to grow 3x in the next decade. Similarly, under Union Budget 2021-22, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has been allotted INR 73,932 crore (US$ 10.35 billion) and the Department of Health Research has been allotted INR 2,663 crore (US$ 365.68 billion). The government allotted INR 37,130 crore (US$ 5.10 billion) to the 'National Health Mission’. 

India plans to allocate nearly INR 1 lakh crore (US$ 1.3 billion) funds to boost companies to manufacture pharmaceutical ingredients domestically by 2023. Hence, in this way, an increase in demand for medicines and drugs from pharmaceutical sectors across multiple countries will eventually lead to an increase in demand for fine chemicals such as polypeptide, erythropoietin, nucleotides, and more required for their production as well. 

Furthermore, the Middle East also saw significant growth in Fine Chemicals Market in 2021. Fine chemicals are also widely used in the production of construction materials across the world. The FIFA World Cup that is to be held in 2022 in Qatar is expected to generate the huge potential for construction materials used in the country. A company called Larsen and Toubro signed a contract worth $ 360 million along with its joint venture partner in Qatar, in order to build a 40,000 seater stadium. This project required the use of construction materials like adhesives, sealants, inhibitors, heavy reinforcement concrete, protective coating for steel, and other raw materials in order to build such a huge stadium. Likewise, other countries such as Kuwait, Morocco, and Iran are also estimated to have higher growth in the construction sector during the forecast period. All of the above factors will directly result in an increase in demand for fine chemicals required for the production of these raw materials in these regions, thus, boosting the market growth.

Fine Chemicals Market Drivers 

An increase in construction and production activities in the Asia-Pacific region is most likely to increase market demand

Construction and production activities are considered to be the pillar of growth for a country and also play a major role in increasing the overall global economy. According to recent studies, Asia-Pacific is expected to be the largest market for fine chemicals in the construction and manufacturing sector. Since 2019, countries like China and India have come up with multiple construction projects. For instance, the Indian government had made an announcement of the World One Tower project which is to be built in Mumbai. World One is a residential skyscraper that also houses two other smaller towers. It consists of 117 floors and is over 440 meters in height. $290 million has been invested so far and the project is still ongoing and under development. Similarly, the Indian government has also invested in another construction project for building Gujarat International Finance Tec-City. The project is valued at a total cost of US$20 billion and is expected to cover a construction area of around 8.5 million square meters which will include 200 skyscrapers. The project also includes the construction of buildings and towers for the powerhouse. Furthermore, the government of China approved 26 infrastructure projects with an estimated total investment of 981.7 billion yuan ($ 142 billion) in 2019. Other countries like Bangladesh also have two ongoing power plant projects estimated at $17.65 billion in total which is due delivery by 2025. 

In this way, an increase in construction and development activities will most likely increase the demand for raw materials such as adhesives, sealants, inhibitors, heavy reinforcement concrete, protective coating for steel, pigments, and dye, plastic additives, and other raw materials. Since fine chemicals are widely used for the production of these construction materials due to the properties that it provides like longer durability, higher thermal resistance, high strength, and better resistance to corrosion, this can lead to significant growth in Fine Chemicals Market in the upcoming years.

An increase in agricultural activities in the Asia-Pacific region is most likely to increase demand for the product

Fine chemicals are widely used in agricultural fertilizers in order to protect the crops from pests and add more nutrients to the soil. Recent insights from “Statistics Times” show that China is the leading contributor to the agricultural economy with 19.49% of the total global agricultural output, followed by India with 7.39%. An increase in agricultural activities and production also increases the demand for fertilizers that use fine chemicals, thus, resulting in the growth of the Fine Chemicals Market in the upcoming years.

Fine Chemicals Market Challenges

Strict environmental regulations can cause an obstruction to the market growth

Strict rules and regulations regarding the negative effects of fine chemicals on the environment can act as a major constraint for the market. These include regulation and initiatives taken by industrial associations in order to set standards for the management of an organization’s environmental impacts, product certification and issuance of licenses to decrease the harmful impact on the environment and adoption of clean technologies, and improvement in management practices under CREP (Corporate Responsibility for Environmental Protection) Programmes formulated by the Central Pollution Control Board.

However, several governments are spending and working on research and development in order to reduce environmental pollution associated with the fine chemicals industry. For instance, the Government of China has made investments in high and advanced technology, clean production, manufacturing of equipment or new materials, use of renewable energies, recycling, and environmental protection. 

Fine Chemicals Industry Outlook

Technology launches, acquisitions, and R&D activities are key strategies adopted by major players in this market. Fine Chemicals top 10 companies include:

  1. Sumitomo Chemicals(JAP)
  2. BASF SE
  3. GlaxoSmithKline plc(UK)
  4. Chemada Fine Chemicals(Israel )
  5. Syntor Fine Chemicals(UK)
  6. GlaxoSmithKline plc(UK)
  7. Lonza(Swiss)
  8. Boehringer-Ingelheim(GERMANY)
  9. Pfizer Inc(US)
  10. Johnson Matthey Fine Chemicals(EU) 

Acquisitions/Technology Launches

  • In August 2021, BASF and SINOPEC announced to further expand their Verbund site functioned by BASF-YPC Co., Ltd. (BASF-YPC), which is a 50-50 joint venture of both companies in Nanjing, China. It involves the capacity extension of numerous downstream chemical plants, including a new tert-butyl acrylate plant in order to support the growing Chinese market.
  • In August 2021, Sumitomo Chemical announced to further expand its production capacity for high-purity chemicals for semiconductors. It announced that it will install new production lines in order to increase the capacity for high-purity sulfuric acid at its Ehime Works (Niihama City, Ehime, Japan) along with increasing the capacity for high-purity ammonia water at the Iksan Plant of Dongwoo Fine-Chem Co. Ltd.

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1. Fine Chemicals Market- Market Overview
    1.1 Definitions and Scope
2. Fine Chemicals Market - Executive Summary
    2.1 Key Trends by Type
    2.2 Key Trends by Application
    2.3 Key Trends by Geography
3. Fine Chemicals Market – Comparative analysis
    3.1 Market Share Analysis- Major Companies
    3.2 Product Benchmarking- Major Companies
    3.3 Top 5 Financials Analysis
    3.4 Patent Analysis- Major Companies
    3.5 Pricing Analysis (ASPs will be provided)
4. Fine Chemicals Market - Startup companies Scenario Premium Premium
    4.1 Major startup company analysis:
        4.1.1 Investment
        4.1.2 Revenue
        4.1.3 Product portfolio
        4.1.4 Venture Capital and Funding Scenario
5. Fine Chemicals Market – Industry Market Entry Scenario Premium Premium
    5.1 Regulatory Framework Overview
    5.2 New Business and Ease of Doing Business Index
    5.3 Successful Venture Profiles
    5.4 Customer Analysis – Major companies
6. Fine Chemicals Market - Market Forces
    6.1 Market Drivers
    6.2 Market Constraints
    6.3 Porters Five Force Model
        6.3.1 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
        6.3.2 Bargaining Powers of Buyers
        6.3.3 Threat of New Entrants
        6.3.4 Competitive Rivalry
        6.3.5 Threat of Substitutes
7. Fine Chemicals Market – Strategic Analysis
    7.1 Value/Supply Chain Analysis
    7.2 Opportunity Analysis
    7.3 Product/Market Life Cycle
    7.4 Distributor Analysis – Major Companies
8. Fine Chemicals Market– By Type (Market Size - US$ Million/Billion)
    8.1 Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients
        8.1.1 Pills
        8.1.2 Capsules
    8.2 Agrochemicals
        8.2.1 Pesticides
        8.2.2 Biocides
        8.2.3 Herbicides
        8.2.4 Fungicides
    8.3 Specialty Chemicals
        8.3.1 Adhesives
        8.3.2 Additives
        8.3.3 Construction Chemicals
        8.3.4 Oilfield Chemicals
        8.3.5 Specialty Polymers
        8.3.6 Specialty Pigments & dyes
        8.3.7 Others
9. Fine Chemicals Market– By Application (Market Size - US$ Million/Billion)
    9.1 Pharmaceuticals
    9.2 Cosmetics
        9.2.1 Skin Care
        9.2.2 Hair Care
        9.2.3 Fragrances
        9.2.4 Others
    9.3 Agriculture
    9.4 Electronics
    9.5 Food and Beverage
        9.5.1 Preservatives
        9.5.2 Food Additives
        9.5.3 Others
    9.6 Petrochemicals
    9.7 Plastic
    9.8 Foundry
    9.9 Others
10. Fine Chemicals Market - By Geography (Market Size - US$ Million/Billion)
    10.1 North America
        10.1.1 USA
        10.1.2 Canada
        10.1.3 Mexico
    10.2 Europe
        10.2.1 UK
        10.2.2 Germany
        10.2.3 France
        10.2.4 Italy
        10.2.5 Netherlands
        10.2.6 Spain
        10.2.7 Russia
        10.2.8 Belgium
        10.2.9 Rest of Europe
    10.3 Asia-Pacific
        10.3.1 China
        10.3.2 Japan
        10.3.3 India
        10.3.4 South Korea
        10.3.5 Australia and New Zealand
        10.3.6 Indonesia
        10.3.7 Taiwan
    10.3.8 Malaysia
    10.3.9 Rest of APAC
    10.4 South America
        10.4.1 Brazil
        10.4.2 Argentina
        10.4.3 Colombia
        10.4.4 Chile
        10.4.5 Rest of South America
    10.5 Rest of the World
        10.5.1 Middle East
            10.5.1.1 Saudi Arabia
            10.5.1.2 UAE
            10.5.1.3 Israel
            10.5.1.4 Rest of the Middle East
        10.5.2 Africa
            10.5.2.1 South Africa
            10.5.2.2 Nigeria
            10.5.2.3 Rest of Africa
11. Fine Chemicals Market – Entropy
    11.1 New Product Launches
    11.2 M&As, Collaborations, JVs, and Partnerships
12. Fine Chemicals Market – Industry/Segment Competition Landscape Premium
    12.1 Company Benchmarking Matrix – Major Companies
    12.2 Market Share at Global Level - Major companies
    12.3 Market Share by Key Geography - Major companies
    12.4 Market Share at Country Level - Major companies
    12.5 Market Share by Key Product Type/Product category - Major companies
13. Fine Chemicals Market – Key Company List by Country Premium Premium
14. Fine Chemicals Market Company Analysis - Business Overview, Product Portfolio, Financials, and Developments
    14.1 Company 1
    14.2 Company 2
    14.3 Company 3
    14.4 Company 4
    14.5 Company 5
    14.6 Company 6
    14.7 Company 7
    14.8 Company 8
    14.9 Company 9
    14.10 Company 10 and more
"*Financials would be provided on a best efforts basis for private companies"
LIST OF TABLES:

Table 1: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, By End-User, 2013-2021 ($Billion)
Table 2: Colors Certified for Use In Foods. From CFR (2004d)
Table 3: Europe Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, By End-User, 2013 - 2021 ($ Mn)
Table 4: APAC: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, By End-User, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Table 5: North America: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, By End-User, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Table 6: RoW: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, By End-User, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)


LIST OF FIGURES:

Figure 1: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, By Years, 2013-2021 ($Billion)
Figure 2: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, By Region, 2016 and 2021 (%)
Figure 3: Fine Chemicals Market Share Analysis, By Company 2016 (%)
Figure 4: Fine Chemicals Market: Earnings Per Share, By Company, 2014-2016, ($ per Share)
Figure 5: Fine Chemicals Published Patents, 2012-2018*
Figure 6: Fine Chemicals Published Patents Share, By Countries, 2012-2018* (%)
Figure 7: Varicose Veins Market –Porter’s Five Forces
Figure 8: Fine Chemicals Market, API Pricing Analysis, 2013-2021
Figure 9: Figure: Fine Chemicals Market Life Cycle, 2016.2021
Figure 10: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue Share, By End User, 2016 (%)
Figure 11: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, By End User, 2016-2021 ($Million)
Figure 12: Indian Pharmaceutical Market Revenue, 2005-2020 ($Billion)
Figure 13: Pharmaceuticals: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013-2021 ($Million)
Figure 14: Global Pesticide Market share, 2016 (%)
Figure 15: Agrochemicals: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013-2021 ($Million)
Figure 16: World Frozen Foods Share, 2016 (%) 
Figure 17: Food and Feed: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013-2021 ($Million)
Figure 18: Production by Global Electronics and IT Industries share, 2015(%)
Figure 19: Consumer Electronics Products and Services Segmentation, 2015 (%) 
Figure 20: U.S. Consumer Electronics Shipments Revenues, 2005-2016, ($Billion)
Figure 21: Figure: Global Smart Phone Shipments, 2009-2019 (Million Units)
Figure 22: Electronics: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013-2021 ($Million)
Figure 23: Liquid Crystal: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013-2021 ($Million)
Figure 24: Functional Dye: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013-2021 ($Million)
Figure 25: Others: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013-2021 ($Million)
Figure 26: U.S. Bakery Products Sales Share by Category, 2016 (%)
Figure 27: World's Top Ten Paint Brands in 2016, Net Sales, ($ Billion)
Figure 28: Global Textile Exports, By Country, 2016 (%)
Figure 29: Pigments: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013-2021 ($Million)
Figure 30: Dyes: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013-2021 ($Million)
Figure 31: Global Hair Care Product Launches-2016
Figure 32: Global Personal Care Market Revenue, 2016 ($Million)
Figure 33: REVENUE OF COSMETIC INDUSTRY IN U.S., 2006-2016 ($Billion)
Figure 34: Fragrances and Flavors Revenue Share, 2015
Figure 35: Perfumes and Fragrances: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013-2021 ($Million)
Figure 36: Global Food Processing and Packaging Equipment Market Revenue, 2012-2020, ($Billion)
Figure 37: Global Automobile Sales, 2010 – 2014 (Units)
Figure 38: Polymer Additives: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013-2021 ($Million)
Figure 39: Others: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013-2021 ($Million)
Figure 40: Global Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, By Geography,2013 vs. 2021 ($ Mn) 
Figure 41: Europe: Pharmaceutical Market Overview, 2000 - 2015 ($ Million)
Figure 42: Europe Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($ Mn)
Figure 43: Germany: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Trillion, Million)
Figure 44: Germany: GDP – Composition of 2015, By Sector of Origin
Figure 45: Germany: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 46: Germany Pharmaceuticals Industry Overview, 2014 ($ Million)
Figure 47: Germany Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 48: France: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Trillion, Million)
Figure 49: France: GDP – Composition of 2015, By Sector of Origin
Figure 50: France: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 51: France: Pharmaceutical Industry Overview, 2014 ($ Million)
Figure 52: France: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 53: France: Chemicals Industry Market Share, 2014 (%)
Figure 54: Italy: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Trillion, Million)
Figure 55: Italy: GDP – Composition of 2015, By Sector of Origin
Figure 56: Italy: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 57: Italy: Pharmaceutical Industry Overview, 2014 ($ Million)
Figure 58: Italy: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 59: Italy: Chemicals Production by Sector Share, 2014 (%)
Figure 60: Spain: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Trillion, Million)
Figure 61: Spain: GDP – Composition of 2016, By Sector of Origin
Figure 62: Spain: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 63: Spain: Pharmaceutical Industry Overview, 2014 ($ Million)
Figure 64: Spain Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 65: Russia: Pharmaceutical Industry Overview, 2014 ($ Million)
Figure 66: Russia: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 67: U.K.: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Trillion, Million)
Figure 68: U.K.: GDP – Composition of 2015, By Sector of Origin
Figure 69: U.K.: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 70: UK: Pharmaceutical Industry Overview, 2014 ($ Million)
Figure 71: U.K.: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 72: Switzerland: Pharmaceutical Industry Overview, 2014 ($ Million)
Figure 73: Switzerland.: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 74: Rest of Europe: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, By Type, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 75: APAC: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 76: China: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Trillion, Million)
Figure 77: China: GDP – Composition of 2015, By Sector of Origin
Figure 78: China: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 79: China: Healthcare Expenditure Per Capita, 2011 – 2014, (US $)
Figure 80: China Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 81: India: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Trillion, Million)
Figure 82: India: GDP – Composition of 2015, By Sector of Origin
Figure 83: India: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 84: India: Healthcare Expenditure Per Capita, 2011 - 2014, (US $)
Figure 85: India: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 86: Japan: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Trillion, Million)
Figure 87: Japan: GDP – Composition of 2015, By Sector of Origin
Figure 88: Japan: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 89: Japan: Healthcare Expenditure Per Capita, 2011 – 2014, (US $)
Figure 90: Japan Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 91: South Korea: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Trillion, Million)
Figure 92: South Korea: GDP – Composition of 2015, By Sector of Origin
Figure 93: South Korea: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 94: South Korea: Healthcare Expenditure Per Capita, 2011 – 2014, (US $)
Figure 95: South Korea: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 96: Rest of APAC Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 97: North America: Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 98: U.S.: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Trillion, Million)
Figure 99: U.S.: GDP – Composition of 2015, By Sector of Origin
Figure 100: U.S.: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Trillion)
Figure 101: US: Healthcare Expenditure Per Capita, 2011 – 2014, (US $)
Figure 102: U.S. Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 103: Canada: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Trillion, Million)
Figure 104: Canada: GDP – Composition of 2015, By Sector of Origin
Figure 105: Canada: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 106: Canada: Healthcare Expenditure Per Capita, 2011 – 2014, (US $)
Figure 107: Canada Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 108: Mexico: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Trillion, Million)
Figure 109: Mexico: GDP – Composition of 2015, By Sector of Origin
Figure 110: Mexico: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 111: Mexico: Healthcare Expenditure Per Capita, 2011 – 2014, (US $)
Figure 112: Mexico: Healthcare Expenditure Per Capita, 2011 – 2014, (US $)
Figure 113: Mexico Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 114: Rest of the World Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($B)
Figure 115: Argentina: Healthcare Expenditure Per Capita, 2011 – 2014, US $
Figure 116: Argentina: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Billion, Million)
Figure 117: Argentina: GDP – Composition of 2015, By Sector of Origin
Figure 118: Argentina: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 119: Brazil: GDP and Population, 2012-2015 ($Trillion, Million)
Figure 120: Brazil: GDP – Composition of 2015, By Sector of Origin
Figure 121: Brazil: Export and Import Value, 2012-2015 ($Billion)
Figure 122: Brazil: Healthcare Expenditure Per Capita, 2011 – 2014, US $
Figure 123: South America Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 124: UAE: Healthcare Expenditure Per Capita, US $
Figure 125: Middle East Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 126: South Africa: Healthcare Expenditure Per Capita, 2011 – 2014, (US $)
Figure 127: Africa Fine Chemicals Market Revenue, 2013 - 2021 ($Million)
Figure 128: Lonza Group, Net Sales Share, By Business Segment, 2016 (%)
Figure 129: Lonza Group, Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2016 (%)
Figure 130: Lanxess AG, Net Sales, By Years, 2013-2016 ($Billion)
Figure 131: Lanxess AG, Net Sales Share, By Business Segment, 2016 (%)
Figure 132: Lanxess AG, Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2016 (%)
Figure 133: Johnson Matthey, Net Sales, By Years, 2013-2016 ($Billion)
Figure 134: Johnson Matthey Net Sales Share, By Business Segment, 2016 (%)
Figure 135: Johnson Matthey, Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2016 (%)
Figure 136: Arkema Inc., Net Sales, By Years, 2013-2016 ($Billion)
Figure 137: Arkema Inc. Net Sales Share, By Business Segment, 2016 (%)
Figure 138: Arkema Inc., Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2016 (%)
Figure 139: Akzo Nobel N.V. Net revenue, By Years, 2013-2016 ($Billion)
Figure 140: Akzo Nobel N.V. Net Sales Share, By Business segments, 2016 (%)
Figure 141: Akzo Nobel N.V. Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2016 (%)
Figure 142: Evonik Industries AG, Net Sales, By Years, 2013-2016 ($Billion)
Figure 143: Evonik Industries AG, Net Sales Share, By Business Segment, 2016 (%)
Figure 144: Evonik Industries AG, Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2016 (%)
Figure 145: Borregaard Industries Ltd., Net Sales, By Years, 2013-2016 ($Million)
Figure 146: Borregaard Industries Ltd. Net Sales Share, By Business Segment, 2016 (%)
Figure 147: Borregaard Industries Ltd., Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2016 (%)
Figure 148: CNPC, Net Sales, By Years, 2013-2016 ($Billion)
Figure 149: Solvay SA, Net Sales, By Years, 2013-2016 ($Billion)
Figure 150: Solvay Net Sales Share, By Business Segment, 2016 (%)
Figure 151: Solvay SA, Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2016 (%)
Figure 152: BASF SE, Net Sales, By Years, 2014-2016 ($Billion)
Figure 153: BASF SE, Net Sales Share, By Business segments, 2016 (%)
Figure 154: BASF SE, Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2016 (%)
Figure 155: Royal DSM N.V., Net Sales, By Years, 2013-2016 ($Billion)
Figure 156: Royal DSM N.V., Net Sales Share, By Business Segment, 2016 (%)
Figure 157: Royal DSM N.V., Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2016 (%)
Figure 158: Toray Fine Chemicals Co. Ltd., Net Sales, By Years, 2013-2015 ($Million)
Figure 159: Albemarle Corporation, Net Sales, By Years, 2013-2016 ($Billion)
Figure 160: Albemarle Corporation, Net Sales Share, By Business Segment, 2016 (%)
Figure 161: Albemarle Corporation, Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2016 (%)