India will become the world's largest importer of automotive grade urea in five years - Integer
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India will become the world’s largest importer of automotive grade urea in five years

Posted On: 14-03-2019 By: Ali Asaadi

The Indian AdBlue market is forecast to grow rapidly over the next ten years. New emission standards will not only increase the number of vehicles consuming AdBlue, but also the amount of AdBlue each vehicle consumes. Strong AdBlue demand and a lack of domestic automotive grade urea (AGU) production will lead to India becoming the world’s largest importer of AGU from 2024.

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