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Developing Markets to Stimulate Growth in the Global Super-Absorbent Polymers Market, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.
Date:8/4/2014

San Jose, California (PRWEB) August 04, 2014

Follow us on LinkedIn – Super-absorbent polymer (SAP), a granular material with exceptional ability to absorb aqueous solutions, is widely used in hygiene products such as diapers and feminine hygiene products. In addition, SAP finds use in agriculture, entertainment, personal care, and construction industries. Aging global population and expanding population of infants across the world are major demand generators for SAP in hygiene products. Technology advances are also facilitating use of super-absorbent polymers in an expanding range of end-use applications. Specifically, biodegradable super-absorbent polymers are expected to have a profound impact on future demand prospects. Price fluctuations and availability of raw materials, as well as changing healthcare regulations represent challenges to market growth.

As stated by the new market research report on Super-Absorbent Polymers, the United States represents the largest market for super-absorbent polymers worldwide. In developed countries, expanding elderly population is a major growth driver. Growth in these markets is higher, owing to higher levels of awareness over hygiene and greater willingness to spend on related products. Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and Latin America are forecast to emerge as rapidly growing markets in the coming years. The Middle East is poised to grow at the fastest compounded annual rate of 10.2% over the analysis period. Population growth, changing demographic structure, and rising income levels are all driving demand for SAP-based p
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