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Report on the World Market Outlook for Urea: Trade Patterns, Pricing Data, Market Forecasts to 2017, Profiles on Key Urea Manufacturers and More

DUBLIN, IRELAND -- (Marketwired) -- 03/03/14 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8jctd8/urea_2013_world) has announced the addition of the "Urea: World Market Outlook and Forecast to 2017" report to their offering.

"Urea: 2013 World Market Outlook and Forecast up to 2017", covers global, regional and country markets of Urea and it also describes the present situation, historical background and future forecast for the market. Comprehensive data showing Urea capacities, production, consumption, trade statistics, and prices in the recent years are provided (globally, regionally and by country).

The report offers a wealth of information on Urea producers and suppliers and a regional market overview that covers the following: production of Urea in a region, consumption trends (major consuming countries), price data, trade in the recent year, and producers in the region. Also provided in the report is a Urea market forecast to 2017, including market volumes and prices.

See the report's Table of Contents below for a more detailed picture of the topics covered:


RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

1. INTRODUCTION: UREA PROPERTIES AND USES

2. UREA MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

3. UREA WORLD MARKET

3.1. World urea capacity
- Urea capacity broken down by region
- Urea capacity divided by country
- Urea manufacturers and their capacity by plant

3.2. World urea production
- Urea global output dynamics
- Urea production by region
- Urea production by country

3.3. Urea consumption
- World consumption of urea
- Urea consumption by end-use sector
- Urea consumption trends in Europe
- Urea consumption trends in Asia
- Urea consumption trends in North America

3.4. Urea global trade
- World urea trade dynamics
- Urea export and import flows in regions

3.5. Urea prices in the world market

4. UREA REGIONAL MARKETS ANALYSIS

Each country section comprises the following parts:
- Total installed capacity in country
- Production in country
- Manufacturers in country
- Consumption of in country
- Suppliers in country
- Export and import in country
- Prices in country

4.1. Urea European market analysis
Countries covered:
- Austria
- Bulgaria
- Croatia
- Czech Republic
- France
- Germany
- Hungary
- Italy
- Lithuania
- Netherlands
- Poland
- Portugal
- Romania
- Russia
- Serbia
- Slovakia
- Spain
- Ukraine

4.2. Urea Asia Pacific market analysis
Countries included:
- Afghanistan
- Australia
- Bangladesh
- China
- India
- Indonesia
- Japan
- Malaysia
- Myanmar
- New Zealand
- Pakistan
- South Korea
- Tajikistan
- Turkmenistan
- Uzbekistan
- Vietnam

4.3. Urea North American market analysis
Countries under consideration:
- Canada
- USA

4.4. Urea Latin American market analysis
Countries overviewed:
- Argentina
- Brazil
- Colombia
- Trinidad
- Venezuela

4.5. Urea Africa & Middle East market analysis
Countries examined:
- Bahrain
- Egypt
- Iran
- Iraq
- Kuwait
- Libya
- Nigeria
- Oman
- Saudi Arabia
- Turkey
- UAE

5. UREA MARKET PERSPECTIVES

5.1. Urea capacity and production forecast up to 2018
- Global production forecast


- Ongoing projects

5.2. Urea consumption forecast up to 2018
- World consumption forecast
- Forecast of consumption in Europe
- Consumption forecast in Asia
- Consumption forecast in North America

5.3. Urea prices forecast up to 2018

6. KEY COMPANIES IN THE UREA MARKET WORLDWIDE

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