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Asia-Pacific is the biggest as well as the fastest-growing market for pour point depressants, having a significant share of around 33.
ThePour Point Depressants (PPDs) Market in Asia-Pacific is projected to register the fastest growth mainly due to the presence of emerging economies such as China and Indonesia.
Automotive: The fastest-growing industry for pour point depressants
Lubricants industry (by chemistry and by end user industry): The largest market for pour point depressants
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Pour Point Depressants by Geographic Region - US, Canada,
At the end of 2003 more than 50,000 children were being given the medication, with more than 170,000 prescriptions for anti- depressants issued to under-18s in the UK.
A new report reveals a 116 per cent rise in five years in the use of anti- depressants such as Prozac.
And he said many people who relied on anti- depressants had difficulty weaning themselves off them.
THE number of children being prescribed anti- depressants and other mood altering drugs has risen 70 per cent in two years, research reveals.