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Wire & Cable Market: Asia Pacific and South Asia

There is a mixed outlook for the Asia Pacific and South Asia region. India and the ASEAN countries are showing strong signs for industrial production growth as well as government investment. And while investment in China has stabilized and the outlook is much flatter than in the boom years, it is still the largest wire & cable consumer globally.

In contrast, Australia and East Asia are suffering from a combination of both low oil prices and a collapse of the mining industry have had an impact. Large producers in the region have cut back wire & cable production and some plants have closed. Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan also saw falls in industrial production and fixed investment.

These markets are diverse and navigating them requires heavy insight from country to country. 

In-house research teams are also a huge investment – save your business time and money by utilising our robust forecasts and independently verified supply, demand, consumption, and production analysis and data. Easily gain expert insight on individual factories, companies, countries, or Asia Pacfiic and South Asia regions as a whole.

Find out:

  • What lies ahead for this insulated wire and cable market post-2017
  • Which areas are growing?
  • What are new projects focusing on?
  • Where is the capacity and where is the market concentrated?

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