API from Overview of the Specialty Chemicals Industry, 2007

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OVERVIEW OF THE SPECIALTY CHEMICALS INDUSTRY S PECIALTY C HEMICALS O VERVIEW A PRIL 2007 11 2007 S PECIALTY C HEMICALS SRI C ONSULTING Table 2 Market Size and Projected Volume Growth Rates for Specialty Chemicals—2006 North America, Western Europe and Japan a World Market Size (millions of dollars) Average Annual Volume Growth Rate, 2006-2011 b (percent) Total Market Size (millions of dollars) Average Annual Volume Growth Rate, 2006-2011 (percent) Remarks c Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients 64,367 5.4 80,117 5.5 Includes Central and Eastern Europe/Russia ($4.1 billion), China ($5 billion), Other Asia ($6.6 billion). Pesticides 19,218 –1.5 40,918 0.5 Includes China ($3.6 billion), the rest of the world ($18.1 billion). Specialty Polymers Engineering Thermoplastics 16,750 4.1 22,350 5.0 High Performance Thermoplastics 2,680 8.3 2,680 8.3 Specialty Films 5,990 4.4 7,100 4.4 Total 25,420 4.6% 32,130 5.2% Electronic Chemicals IC Process Chemicals 10,665 6.6 16,225 7.9 Includes Taiwan ($2.2 billion), Republic of Korea ($2.0 billion), and China ($1.0 billion).
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  • Spring '08
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  • Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical drug, Generic drug, active ingredient, Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Pesticides Specialty Polymers Engineering Thermoplastics High Performance Thermoplastics Specialty Films Total Electronic Chemicals IC Process Chemicals PCB/Packaging Chemicals

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