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India Chemical Industry Outlook

15 April-16 April, 2008
Mumbai, India

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"The Indian market for petrochemicals will increase four times in the next ten years. It will witness a sustained double-digit growth rate. This growth would be faster than that of China."

Mukesh Ambani, Chairman and Managing Director, Reliance Industries Limited

"Our business there is growing at double-digit rates. Unless you have a foundation in India today, you will be too late."

Peter Huntsman, President and CEO, Huntsman Corporation

The chemical industry in India is poised for explosive growth in the coming years. India’s population has grown nearly as large as that ofChina , with its consuming middle class accounting for about a third of its population. Disposable income inIndia is rising, potentially driving growth of chemicals consumption at exponential rates.India’s GDP growth exceeded 9% for the last fiscal year, fueling double-digit growth of its chemicals industry.

India’s government has set in place policies and special economic zones to promote investment in its petrochemical sector, and several key domestic companies have unveiled ambitious expansion plans for the next few years.

The Indian Chemical Industry Outlook is the only chemical conference inIndia organized specifically to address a broad range of issues impacting the industry. The conference will take a look at different segments of the Indian chemical industry, and explore the growth opportunities and challenges in each segment.

Mark your calendar today, and plan to be part of this exciting new event bringing together different parties that will shape India’s chemical industry in years to come.

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