Inorganic Salts Market - Forecast(2022 - 2027)

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Inorganic Salts Market Overview

The inorganic salts market is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of 4.9% during 2021-2026 due to increasing demand from the agricultural industry. Inorganic salts are the largest group of inorganic compounds. They do not contain a carbon-hydrogen bond and can dissociate into ions. There are various types of inorganic salts such as sodium salts, magnesium salts, aluminium salts, potassium salts, calcium salts, ammonium salts, etc. Inorganic salts are essential for nutrition. They are mostly in the combination form when in food, and often dissociated into inorganic salt ions in the body fluids. Inorganic salts can be utilized in a number of diverse applications. The use of inorganic salts in manufacturing pharmaceutical products act as a market driver during the forecast period.

COVID-19 Impact

The pandemic has disrupted economies worldwide, impacting almost every industry. The core industries such as the agricultural and food industry too were not spared. Due to lockdowns and social distancing, hotels and restaurants had to shut leaving farmers with no buyers for their produce. Global exports were also hit hard with stringent customs regulations, transport and logistic issues, and lockdowns at the global, national, and regional levels. Many parts of the world also experienced labor shortages as workers chose to wait out the lockdowns in their homes. On the other hand, as food is an essential commodity, the demand for agricultural production increased. To meet this growing demand and make sure that the crops are not damaged, the use of fertilizers and pesticides increased. For instance, Moroccan phosphates giant, OCP, sold 11.3 million tons of finished fertilizers in 2020, up from 9 million tons in 2019. Hence, the increased use of fertilizers and pesticides impacted the inorganic salts market in 2020.

Report Coverage

The report: “Inorganic Salts Market – Forecast (2021-2026)”, by IndustryARC, covers an in-depth analysis of the following segments of the Inorganic Salts Market.

By Type: Sodium Salts, Magnesium Salts, Aluminium Salts, Potassium Salts, Calcium Salts, Ammonium Salts and Others
By Grade: Food Grade, Industrial Grade, Pharmaceutical Grade, Reagent Grade and Others
By Form: Crystals, Powder, Pellets and Others
By Application: Fertilizers, Catalysts, Reagents, Pharmaceuticals, Food Additives, Pigments and Others
By End-Use Industry: Agriculture (Fertilizers, Pesticides, Soil Treatment and Others), Food (Flavourants, Colour Enhancers, Rising Agents, Preservatives, and Others), Pharmaceuticals (Supplements; Therapeutics- Astringents, Antimicrobials, Antacids, and Others; Electrolytes, IV Fluids and Others), Chemical, Explosives, Paints and Coatings, Cosmetics and Personal Care (Skin Care- Sunscreen, Lotions, Creams and Others; Hair Care- Shampoos, Conditioners, Hair Colour and Others; Make Up, Personal Care- Oral Hygiene, Deodorants, Soaps, and Others), and Others
By Geography: North America (USA, Canada, and Mexico), Europe (UK, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Russia, Belgium, and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, India, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand, Indonesia, Taiwan, Malaysia, and Rest of APAC), South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, and Rest of South America), Rest of the World (Middle East, and Africa)

Key Takeaways

  • Asia-Pacific dominates the Inorganic Salts market, owing to the predominant agricultural industry in the region. According to Invest India, India’s agriculture technology can grow to $24.1 billion by 2025.
  • Human body weight is about 60% water, which contains various mineral salts and other elements. Sodium chloride is one of the main inorganic salts in the body fluid. An optimum level of salts in circulation is essential for good health. Hence, saline (sodium chloride) IV Infusion is used for the treatment of fluid loss and to restore sodium chloride balance.
  • Inorganic salts are used in various pharmaceutical products. The pandemic has helped fuel the growth of the pharmaceutical industry.

Figure: Asia-Pacific Inorganic Salts Market Revenue, 2020-2026 (US$ Billion)

The sodium salts segment held the largest share of more than 25% in the inorganic salts market in 2020 due to their broad spectrum of applications across various industries. In sodium salts, sodium is the cation. Sodium chloride or common salt is the most commonly used flavor enhancer in food. Large quantities of sodium chloride are employed in the production of other industrial chemicals as well as being used directly for ice and snow removal, for water conditioning, and its use to manufacture chlorine. Pharmaceutical substances are often converted into sodium salts because they are more stable and more soluble or bioavailable. Hospitals use an intravenous sodium chloride solution (IV fluid) to supply water and salt to patients to alleviate dehydration. Sodium salts of long-chain sulfonic acids are used in shampoos and toothpaste. Sodium bicarbonate or baking soda is widely used in the food industry, as an antacid, and as a dry fire extinguisher. Sodium sulphate is used in paperboard, glass, and detergents and as a raw material for the production of various chemicals. Sodium nitrate is used as a nitrogen fertilizer and as a component of dynamic. Owing to these myriad applications, sodium salts are set to dominate the market during the forecast period.

Inorganic Salts Market Segment Analysis – By Grade

The food-grade segment held the largest share of more than 30% in the Inorganic Salts market in 2020. Sodium salts can be used as a flavour enhancer, preservative, leavening agent and reducing agent. Ammonium salts are used as leavening agents and as an aroma chemical. For instance, licorice products mainly consist of sugar, licorice extract and ammonium chloride. Potassium salts are used as reducing agents and as a preservative. Due to all these uses in the food industry, the food-grade segment is growing and is set to dominate the inorganic salts market.

Inorganic Salts Market Segment Analysis – By Form

The powder segment held the largest share of more than 40% in the Inorganic Salts market in 2020. Most of the inorganic salts are available in powder form which makes it ready to use as it is and the powder form readily dissolves in water. Inorganic salts dissociate in solutions into ions (or electrolytes). These ions are essential in different metabolic activities of the cells in the body. The ions of inorganic salts regulate nerve impulses, heart function, and muscle contractions. Inorganic salts are used in everyday life, for example, common salt (sodium chloride), baking powder (sodium bicarbonate), and calcium carbonate as a dietary source for calcium.

Inorganic Salts Market Segment Analysis – By Application

The food additives segment held the largest share in the Inorganic Salts market in 2020. Inorganic Salts are used as food additives such as stabilizers, preservatives, flavour enhancers, colour enhancers, etc. Ammonium salts are used as a food additive and yeast nutrient in the making of bread. Magnesium salts are used as flavour enhancers, firming agents, anticaking agent,s and to enhance the colour. Magnesium sulphate is used as a brewing salt in beer production to enhance enzymatic activity or promote a desired flavor profile in beer. Sodium salts take on various roles, they act as a preservative, flavour enhancer, improve the texture and appearance and enhance the colour. Many processed foods use inorganic salts as preservatives. For instance, Sauerkraut, a traditional German dish, is one of the most common and oldest forms of preserving cabbage. It uses large amounts of salt as a preservative and is then allowed to ferment. According to e-commerce data from software firm Bloomreach, Sauerkraut sales surged 960% year-over-year in March 2020 while overall grocery sales rose just 62.5%. Hence, the usage of inorganic salts as food additives is set to dominate the market during the forecast period.

Inorganic Salts Market Segment Analysis – By End-Use Industry

The agriculture segment held the largest share in the Inorganic Salts market in 2020 and is growing at a CAGR of 4.6% during 2021-2026 due to the use of inorganic salts in augmenting the soil nutrients and thereby improving the yield. Asia is a predominantly agrarian society. Most of the world’s fruits, vegetables, and food crops come from Asia. Therefore, the agriculture industry is flourishing here. Hence, pesticides and fertilizers are required to maintain a high yield. Potassium salts are widely used to manufacture fertilizers. Of commercially produced potassium salts, almost 95% of them are used in agriculture as fertilizers. In general, ammonium salts are used as nitrogen fertilizers. Fertilizers provide the major nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium) that plants need. Unless the nutrients are replenished, the soil’s productive capacity declines with every harvest. As per the International Fertilizer Industry Association, China accounts for 30.0% of the global fertilizer usage. Hence, to ensure food security and increase the productivity of crops, demand for fertilizers is expected to rise which fuels the growth of the inorganic salts market.

Inorganic Salts Market Segment Analysis – By Geography

The Asia-Pacific region held the largest share in the Inorganic Salts market in 2020 up to 46%, owing to the increased usage of agrochemicals in the region. China was the world’s largest producer of nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers, 40 million tons and 110 million tons respectively, in 2019. According to FAOSTAT, China ranks first in the world in terms of the production of cereals, cotton, fruits, and vegetables. China has succeeded in producing one-fourth of the world’s grain and feeding one-fifth of the world’s population with less than 10 percent of the world's arable land. According to OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook, China accounted for 16% of the total global wheat production, 26% of the total global rice production, and 17% of the total global roots and tubers production in 2020. This in turn has led to an increased demand for agrochemicals in the country. Another factor contributing to the growth of the inorganic salts market in this region is the presence of a large number of chemical industries. China is the world’s largest exporter of inorganic salts. Inorganic salts are used to manufacture several important chemicals. For instance, the electrolysis of aqueous sodium chloride produces sodium hypochlorite, a compound used in large quantities in household chlorine bleach. Sodium hypochlorite is also utilized as an industrial bleach for paper pulp and textiles, for chlorination of water, and in certain medicinal preparations. Hence, the inorganic salts market is set to grow steadily in this region.

Inorganic Salts Market – Drivers

High Usage of Dietary Supplements

When the pandemic hit, people were confined to their homes. In the initial stages of the contagion, infection rates soared and many people were affected by the virus, hospitals were over capacity leading to the doctors and governments asked people with mild symptoms to quarantine at home. For asymptomatic and mild cases of infection, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) proposed using Vitamin C and Vitamin D. Vitamin D has potent antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effects. Multiple researchers concluded that people with Vitamin D deficiency are at a risk for COVID-19. A study found that people with low levels of vitamin D had a 7.2% chance of testing positive for COVID-19. Calcium and vitamin D work together to protect bones, calcium helps build and maintain bones, while vitamin D helps the body effectively absorb calcium. Vitamin C and zinc were prescribed as it helps in reducing the duration of symptoms in patients diagnosed with coronavirus disease. According to data provided by SPINS on the U.S. mainstream dietary supplement channel, the sales of vitamin C grew 61.8% to $576 million during the 52 weeks ending November 29, 2020. Due to the pandemic, the sales of vitamins and other supplements skyrocketed thereby acting as a driver for the inorganic salts market.

Increasing Use of Antacids

Antacids are used for the relief of mild gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) associated heartburn. Antacids are medications that do not require a prescription. Antacids are a combination of various compounds with various salts of calcium, magnesium, and aluminum as active ingredients. The antacids act by neutralizing the acid in the stomach and by inhibiting pepsin, an enzyme. The estimated prevalence of heartburn at least once per week in North America ranges from 18% to 28%, with 25% of adults reporting heartburn daily. Inorganic salts in particular, calcium salts, magnesium salts, and aluminium salts work as antacids. OTC antacids are used for occasional symptoms of heartburn and indigestion. Thus, the usage of inorganic salts as antacids acts as a market driver.

Inorganic Salts Market – Challenges

Hazards

Ammonium Nitrate is used as a fertilizer and explosive. Ammonium nitrate has three main hazards, toxic decomposition products, fire due to its oxidizing nature, and explosion. On August 4, 2020, one of the world’s biggest-ever, non-nuclear explosions destroyed much of Beirut’s port. The blast was caused by a fire in a warehouse which Lebanese authorities admit held a vast stockpile of ammonium nitrate for six years approximately 2,750 tons of Ammonium Nitrate. The huge explosion left more than 200 dead, and more than 6,500 injured. Previous such incidents were also reported in various parts of the world. Such factors have become the major challenge of inorganic salts which constrains the growth of the market.

Inorganic Salts Market Landscape

Technology launches, acquisitions, and R&D activities are key strategies adopted by players in the Inorganic Salts market. Inorganic Salts market top companies include:

  1. Merck KGaA
  2. Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
  3. Emerald Performance Materials
  4. Lanxess
  5. Eastman Chemical Company
  6. LobaChemie Pvt. Ltd.
  7. BEHN MEYER
  8. Otsuka Chemical Co., Ltd.
  9. Lenntech
  10. Arkema
  11. GFS Chemicals Inc.
  12. Pro Chem Inc.
  13. Hunter Chemical LLC.

Acquisitions/Technology Launches

  • In August 2021, specialty chemicals company LANXESS AG completed the acquisition of Emerald Kalama Chemical for US$1.04 billion. Following the acquisition, LANXESS said it's poised to expand its product portfolio to the consumer care sector including personal care products, cosmetics and exclusive fragrances, but also those found in food and beverages.

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1. Inorganic Salts Market- Market Overview
    1.1 Definitions and Scope
2. Inorganic Salts Market - Executive Summary
    2.1 Key Trends by Type
    2.2 Key Trends by Grade
    2.3 Key Trends by Form
    2.4 Key Trends by Application
    2.5 Key Trends by End Use Industry
    2.6 Key Trends by Geography
3. Inorganic Salts 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. Inorganic Salts 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. Inorganic Salts 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. Inorganic Salts 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. Inorganic Salts 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. Inorganic Salts Market – By Type (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    8.1 Sodium Salts
    8.2 Magnesium Salts
    8.3 Aluminium Salts
    8.4 Potassium Salts
    8.5 Calcium Salts
    8.6 Ammonium Salts
    8.7 Others
9. Inorganic Salts Market – By Grade (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    9.1 Food Grade
    9.2 Industrial Grade
    9.3 Pharmaceutical Grade
    9.4 Reagent grade
    9.5 Others
10. Inorganic Salts Market– By Form (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    10.1 Crystals
    10.2 Powder
    10.3 Pellets
    10.4 Others
11. Inorganic Salts Market– By Application (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    11.1 Fertilizers
    11.2 Catalysts
    11.3 Reagents
    11.4 Pharmaceuticals
    11.5 Food Additives
    11.6 Pigments
    11.7 Others
12. Inorganic Salts Market – By End Use Industry (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    12.1 Agriculture
        12.1.1 Fertilizers
        12.1.2 Pesticides
        12.1.3 Soil Treatment
        12.1.4 Others
    12.2 Food Industry
        12.2.1 Flavourants
        12.2.2 Colour Enhancers
        12.2.3 Rising Agents
        12.2.4 Preservatives
        12.2.5 Others
    12.3 Pharmaceuticals
        12.3.1 Supplements
        12.3.2 Therapeutics
            12.3.2.1 Astringents
            12.3.2.2 Antimicrobials
            12.3.2.3 Antacid
            12.3.2.4 Others
        12.3.3 Electrolytes
        12.3.4 I.V. Fluid
        12.3.5 Others
    12.4 Chemical
    12.5 Explosives
    12.6 Paints and Coatings
    12.7 Cosmetic and Personal Care
        12.7.1 Skin Care
            12.7.1.1 Sunscreen
            12.7.1.2 Creams
            12.7.1.3 Lotions
            12.7.1.4 Others
        12.7.2 Hair Care
            12.7.2.1 Shampoos
            12.7.2.2 Conditioners
            12.7.2.3 Hair Colour
            12.7.2.4 Others
        12.7.3 Make Up
        12.7.4 Personal Care
            12.7.4.1 Oral Hygiene
            12.7.4.2 Deodorants
            12.7.4.3 Soaps
            12.7.4.4 Others
        12.7.5 Others
    12.8 Others
13. Inorganic Salts Market - By Geography (Market Size -$Million/Billion)
    13.1 North America
        13.1.1 USA
        13.1.2 Canada
        13.1.3 Mexico
    13.2 Europe
        13.2.1 UK
        13.2.2 Germany
        13.2.3 France
        13.2.4 Italy
        13.2.5 Netherlands
        13.2.6 Spain
        13.2.7 Russia
        13.2.8 Belgium
        13.2.9 Rest of Europe
    13.3 Asia-Pacific
        13.3.1 China
        13.3.2 Japan
        13.3.3 India
        13.3.4 South Korea
        13.3.5 Australia and New Zeeland
        13.3.6 Indonesia
        13.3.7 Taiwan
        13.3.8 Malaysia
        13.3.9 Rest of APAC
    13.4 South America
        13.4.1 Brazil
        13.4.2 Argentina
        13.4.3 Colombia
        13.4.4 Chile
        13.4.5 Rest of South America
    13.5 Rest of the World
        13.5.1 Middle East
            13.5.1.1 Saudi Arabia
            13.5.1.2 UAE
            13.5.1.3 Israel
            13.5.1.4 Rest of the Middle East
        13.5.2 Africa
            13.5.2.1 South Africa
            13.5.2.2 Nigeria
            13.5.2.3 Rest of Africa
14. Inorganic Salts Market – Entropy
    14.1 New Product Launches
    14.2 M&As, Collaborations, JVs and Partnerships
15. Inorganic Salts Market – Industry/Segment Competition Analysis Premium
    15.1 Company Benchmarking Matrix – Major Companies
    15.2 Market Share at Global Level - Major companies
    15.3 Market Share by Key Region - Major companies
    15.4 Market Share by Key Country - Major companies
    15.5 Market Share by Key Application - Major companies
    15.6 Market Share by Key Product Type/Product category - Major companies
16. Inorganic Salts Market – Key Company List by Country Premium Premium
17. Inorganic Salts Market Company Analysis - Business Overview, Product Portfolio, Financials, and Developments
    17.1 Company 1
    17.2 Company 2
    17.3 Company 3
    17.4 Company 4
    17.5 Company 5
    17.6 Company 6
    17.7 Company 7
    17.8 Company 8
    17.9 Company 9
    17.10 Company 10 and more
"*Financials would be provided on a best effort basis for private companies"
List of Tables:

Table 1: Inorganic Salts Market Overview 2021-2026
Table 2: Inorganic Salts Market Leader Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 3: Inorganic Salts Market Product Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 4: Inorganic Salts Market End User Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 5: Inorganic Salts Market Patent Analysis 2013-2018* (US$)
Table 6: Inorganic Salts Market Financial Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 7: Inorganic Salts Market Driver Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 8: Inorganic Salts Market Challenges Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 9: Inorganic Salts Market Constraint Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 10: Inorganic Salts Market Supplier Bargaining Power Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 11: Inorganic Salts Market Buyer Bargaining Power Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 12: Inorganic Salts Market Threat of Substitutes Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 13: Inorganic Salts Market Threat of New Entrants Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 14: Inorganic Salts Market Degree of Competition Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 15: Inorganic Salts Market Value Chain Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 16: Inorganic Salts Market Pricing Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 17: Inorganic Salts Market Opportunities Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 18: Inorganic Salts Market Product Life Cycle Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 19: Inorganic Salts Market Supplier Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 20: Inorganic Salts Market Distributor Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 21: Inorganic Salts Market Trend Analysis 2018-2019 (US$)
Table 22: Inorganic Salts Market Size 2018 (US$)
Table 23: Inorganic Salts Market Forecast Analysis 2021-2026 (US$)
Table 24: Inorganic Salts Market Sales Forecast Analysis 2021-2026 (Units)
Table 25: Inorganic Salts Market, Revenue & Volume, By End-Use Industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 26: Inorganic Salts Market By End-Use Industry, Revenue & Volume, By Agriculture, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 27: Inorganic Salts Market By End-Use Industry, Revenue & Volume, By Pharmaceuticals, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 28: Inorganic Salts Market By End-Use Industry, Revenue & Volume, By Food, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 29: Inorganic Salts Market By End-Use Industry, Revenue & Volume, By Explosives, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 30: North America Inorganic Salts Market, Revenue & Volume, By End-Use Industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 31: South america Inorganic Salts Market, Revenue & Volume, By End-Use Industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 32: Europe Inorganic Salts Market, Revenue & Volume, By End-Use Industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 33: APAC Inorganic Salts Market, Revenue & Volume, By End-Use Industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 34: Middle East & Africa Inorganic Salts Market, Revenue & Volume, By End-Use Industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 35: Russia Inorganic Salts Market, Revenue & Volume, By End-Use Industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 36: Israel Inorganic Salts Market, Revenue & Volume, By End-Use Industry, 2021-2026 ($)
Table 37: Top Companies 2018 (US$)Inorganic Salts Market, Revenue & Volume
Table 38: Product Launch 2018-2019Inorganic Salts Market, Revenue & Volume
Table 39: Mergers & Acquistions 2018-2019Inorganic Salts Market, Revenue & Volume


List of Figures:

Figure 1: Overview of Inorganic Salts Market 2021-2026
Figure 2: Market Share Analysis for Inorganic Salts Market 2018 (US$)
Figure 3: Product Comparison in Inorganic Salts Market 2018-2019 (US$)
Figure 4: End User Profile for Inorganic Salts Market 2018-2019 (US$)
Figure 5: Patent Application and Grant in Inorganic Salts Market 2013-2018* (US$)
Figure 6: Top 5 Companies Financial Analysis in Inorganic Salts Market 2018-2019 (US$)
Figure 7: Market Entry Strategy in Inorganic Salts Market 2018-2019
Figure 8: Ecosystem Analysis in Inorganic Salts Market 2018
Figure 9: Average Selling Price in Inorganic Salts Market 2021-2026
Figure 10: Top Opportunites in Inorganic Salts Market 2018-2019
Figure 11: Market Life Cycle Analysis in Inorganic Salts Market
Figure 12: GlobalBy End-Use IndustryInorganic Salts Market Revenue, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 13: Global Inorganic Salts Market - By Geography
Figure 14: Global Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, By Geography, 2021-2026 ($) 
Figure 15: Global Inorganic Salts Market CAGR, By Geography, 2021-2026 (%)
Figure 16: North America Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 17: US Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 18: US GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 19: US GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 20: US Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 21: Canada Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 22: Canada GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 23: Canada GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 24: Canada Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 25: Mexico Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 26: Mexico GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 27: Mexico GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 28: Mexico Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 29: South America Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 30: Brazil Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 31: Brazil GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 32: Brazil GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 33: Brazil Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 34: Venezuela Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 35: Venezuela GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 36: Venezuela GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 37: Venezuela Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 38: Argentina Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 39: Argentina GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 40: Argentina GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 41: Argentina Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 42: Ecuador Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 43: Ecuador GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 44: Ecuador GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 45: Ecuador Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 46: Peru Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 47: Peru GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 48: Peru GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 49: Peru Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 50: Colombia Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 51: Colombia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 52: Colombia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 53: Colombia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 54: Costa Rica Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 55: Costa Rica GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 56: Costa Rica GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 57: Costa Rica Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 58: Europe Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 59: U.K Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 60: U.K GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 61: U.K GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 62: U.K Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 63: Germany Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 64: Germany GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 65: Germany GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 66: Germany Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 67: Italy Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 68: Italy GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 69: Italy GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 70: Italy Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 71: France Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 72: France GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 73: France GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 74: France Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 75: Netherlands Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 76: Netherlands GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 77: Netherlands GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 78: Netherlands Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 79: Belgium Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 80: Belgium GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 81: Belgium GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 82: Belgium Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 83: Spain Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 84: Spain GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 85: Spain GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 86: Spain Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 87: Denmark Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 88: Denmark GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 89: Denmark GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 90: Denmark Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 91: APAC Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 92: China Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026
Figure 93: China GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 94: China GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 95: China Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)Inorganic Salts Market China Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 96: Australia Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 97: Australia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 98: Australia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 99: Australia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 100: South Korea Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 101: South Korea GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 102: South Korea GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 103: South Korea Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 104: India Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 105: India GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 106: India GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 107: India Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 108: Taiwan Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 109: Taiwan GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 110: Taiwan GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 111: Taiwan Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 112: Malaysia Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 113: Malaysia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 114: Malaysia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 115: Malaysia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 116: Hong Kong Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 117: Hong Kong GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 118: Hong Kong GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 119: Hong Kong Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 120: Middle East & Africa Inorganic Salts Market Middle East & Africa 3D Printing Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 121: Russia Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 122: Russia GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 123: Russia GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 124: Russia Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 125: Israel Inorganic Salts Market Value & Volume, 2021-2026 ($)
Figure 126: Israel GDP and Population, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 127: Israel GDP – Composition of 2018, By Sector of Origin
Figure 128: Israel Export and Import Value & Volume, 2018-2019 ($)
Figure 129: Entropy Share, By Strategies, 2018-2019* (%)Inorganic Salts Market
Figure 130: Developments, 2018-2019*Inorganic Salts Market
Figure 131: Company 1 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 132: Company 1 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 133: Company 1 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 134: Company 2 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 135: Company 2 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 136: Company 2 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 137: Company 3 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 138: Company 3 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 139: Company 3 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 140: Company 4 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 141: Company 4 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 142: Company 4 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 143: Company 5 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 144: Company 5 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 145: Company 5 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 146: Company 6 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 147: Company 6 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 148: Company 6 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 149: Company 7 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 150: Company 7 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 151: Company 7 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 152: Company 8 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 153: Company 8 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 154: Company 8 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 155: Company 9 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 156: Company 9 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 157: Company 9 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 158: Company 10 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 159: Company 10 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 160: Company 10 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 161: Company 11 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 162: Company 11 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 163: Company 11 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 164: Company 12 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 165: Company 12 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 166: Company 12 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 167: Company 13 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 168: Company 13 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 169: Company 13 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 170: Company 14 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 171: Company 14 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 172: Company 14 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)
Figure 173: Company 15 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue, By Years, 2018-2019* ($)
Figure 174: Company 15 Inorganic Salts Market Net Revenue Share, By Business segments, 2018 (%)
Figure 175: Company 15 Inorganic Salts Market Net Sales Share, By Geography, 2018 (%)