The Israel petrochemicals industry will suffer from a downturn in domestic industrial growth over the next few years. External demand for Israeli exports remained sluggish throughout 2012, particularly with the prospect of recession in the Eurozone, coupled with the still-weak outlook in China and the United States, the three main markets for Israeli chemical, plastic and rubber goods.
Although faltering growth in key developed export markets will continue to weigh on the relatively large external sector, increasing diversification towards faster-growing emerging markets, as well as ongoing product specialization should lessen the constraint. But the petrochemicals industry in Israel is set for export-oriented growth in 2013, which should overcome the negative effects of government austerity measures on domestic consumption.
In this industry scenario, Taiyou Research analyzes the Petrochemicals Industry in Israel. The report covers the following:
An analysis of the global petrochemicals industry.
An analysis of the petrochemicals industry in Middle East and Africa in order to establish the importance of the Israeli petrochemicals industry in the region.
An analysis of the petrochemical industry in Israel including market profile, production statistics of petrochemicals, upstream activity, olefins sector and the fertilizers sector, along with the general developmental trends in the industry.
A SWOT analysis of the Israeli petrochemical industry is carried out.
Major industry players such as Israel Petrochemical and others are analyzed.
An industry outlook completes this in-depth analysis of Israel’s petrochemical industry.
Taiyou Research’s report on the Petrochemicals Industry in Israel is a complete profile of this growingly competitive industry in Israel that is fast making its presence felt across the world.