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Cadmium Recycling & Wastes Concerns Impede Demand on Developed Markets

Published: Thursday, March 01, 2012
Last Updated: Thursday, March 01, 2012
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Significant decline in Cadmium consumption in the developed countries is forecast for the coming 5 years due to the extensive and active environmental movement and “green” regulations.

However the global Cadmium demand is going to be largely supported by the rising application level of the Cadmium batteries in China and India. Manufacturers are trying hard to meet the increasing demand & thus expand the Cadmium output. According to market estimations, the world Cadmium market will see rather sustainable growth thanks to the development in Asia-Pacific.

Thorough market review and accurate future forecasts on cadmium is the focus of the new market research report “Cadmium Market Review”. The report examines the market through the past, present and future perspectives and covers information on the total global, regional and country markets of Cadmium.

The data analysed and presented in the report encompasses such major market metrics as production and consumption levels, supply and demand balance and indexes, prices and trade performance. The report provides major marketers’ profiles along with a review of the competitive landscape. The projections offer a full-scale picture of the cadmium industry through 2017 – the future volumes and prices, trends, challenges and opportunities.


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