Hottest in 2011, China may replace the United Stat

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In 2011, China may replace the United States to become the largest chemical market

according to the American Chemical Commission (ACC), the output value of chemicals in China has increased nearly sevenfold in the past 10 years. It is estimated that the output value of low-grade products in China's chemical industry will reach US $600billion in 2009

China is likely to replace the United States as the world's largest chemical market in 2011. In 1998, China's chemical output value was the same as that of France, about 9 or 0 billion US dollars. In 2002, it surpassed Germany in order to comprehensively analyze and find the most representative microstructure country. In 2005, it surpassed Japan, and in 2009, it will be nearly twice the output value of Japanese chemicals

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