This industry includes chemicals, mining paper, packaging and other types of basic inputs. The appetite for materials and input resources to meet the needs of global expansion remains a constant challenge in a world of scarce resources. New materials, evolving production methods and developing trading relationships generate exciting situations around the world for commercial growth.
Sub-industries we cover:
- Chemicals - Construction Materials - Containers and Packaging - Metals and Mining - Paper and Forest Products
Source: Thomson Reuters
Global Performance 2013-2015
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