Human Health Care to Remain Largest Iodine Application Segment According To Merchant Research & Consulting, Ltd.

Jun 29th, 2011

LONDON – Iodine has been used as a dietary ingredient for a significant period of time already, steadily consolidating and spreading the awareness of its importance. World consumption of iodine for human health care is growing bearishly. This end-use market is thought to remain being the most sustaining in future.

The growing iodine demand for optical polarizing films, its wide use in pharmaceuticals and X-ray contrast media are also set to drive the market. At the geographical level the European market can tentatively step aside to give way to the promising Asia-Pacific region to set in as the market leader.

Detailed review and forecast on global, regional and country markets of iodine can be found in the new market research report “Iodine Market Review” that covers present situation, historical background and future forecast and addresses comprehensive data showing iodine capacities, production, consumption, trade statistics, and prices in the recent years are provided (globally, regionally and by country).

Report Details:

Iodine Market Review
Published: January, 2011
Pages: 35

The report also indicates a wealth of information on iodine producers and suppliers, covers iodine production in the respective country, major iodine producers, iodine consumption in the country market, iodine trade in the country, iodine prices. Iodine market forecast for next five years, including market volumes and prices is also provided.

The study on iodine has been completed by Merchant Research & Consulting Ltd, an internationally recognized market research agency, specializing in chemical industry. “Iodine Market Review” is included into the catalogue “Minerals”, which also highlights Asbestos, Barite, Bentonite, Boron, Bromine, Graphite, Gypsum, Industrial Diamond, Lime, Mica, Phosphates, Salt, Sulfur markets.



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