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Europe, which experienced significant downturns due to recessions in the latter part of the 2000s. The Asia-Pacific region is expected to continue to be the largest market for silicones in the world. Furst said it is projected to account for more than 40 percent of global demand on value and will be the fastest growing region. Silicone prices on average are expected to grow at a slower pace in compared to the 2007-12 period, Furst said. GDP in all world regions grew at a steady pace from 2002-07 until the onset of the global financial crisis, which Furst said triggered recessions in most parts of the world.

The notable exception was China, which continued to see double digit GDP growth even in 2009. Most economies have recovered since the recession, but Furst said it was not as big as initially projected. The sovereign debt crisis led to a double dip recession in many western European countries.

“We’re expecting a rebound to positive growth in all major (European) markets, although growth will remain the slowest of any world region” Furst said. “Because of the continued economic weakness in 2013, our previous growth forecast might be tempered to some extent.” Through 2017, Furst projects that global GDP will grow by 4 percent per year and most world regions will return to the normal growth since prior to the recession. China and India are two markets to watch as Furst labeled them as the world’s fastest growing silicone economies, even if the growth will be tempered over the next five years. “The silicone market in China will rise at a slower rate, more closely following GDP,”

Furst said. “However, China will remain the world’s fastest growing silicone market and will overtake the U.S. as the world’s largest consumer of silicones in valued terms.”

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Tuesday, 01 July 2014 14:45

Rubber material market in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia—The Malaysian Rubber Board won gold and silver medals at last month’s International Invention, Innovation & Technology Exhibition 2014 in Kuala Lumpur. Now in its 25th year, ITEX 2014 showcased the work of local and international inventors and research scientists who hope to commercialize their inventions. ITEX 2014, organized by Malaysian Invention & Design Society, featured 1,000 inventions from more than 20 countries, including the U.S., Malaysia, China and Japan.

Gold medal went to “A Sample Testing Apparatus with A Cooling Device” by Wong Hon Fei, Nazirah Ahmad and Yong Kok Chong. The invention is a sample testing apparatus comprising a test chamber connected to a cooling device in order to prove thermo-mechanics of natural rubber and the crystallization of natural rubber. The benefits of using a cooling chamber are energy savings, and an economical and portable design, according to the judges.

The “Rubberwood Fiber Based (Green) Composite for Body Armour Application” by Yong Kok Chong and Asrul Mustafa won silver. This device enhances penetration resistance from stab threats—such as knives and other sharp weapons. Other benefits include flexibility, light in weight, good physical strength, and the cost reduction of using natural rubber wood fiber, judges said. Winners were judged in five main areas—novelty and inventiveness; usefulness and application; presentation and demonstration; market and commercial potential; and environmental friendliness.

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