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Frost & Sullivan: Large-scale Investments in Mining Spur Froth Flotation Chemicals Market in Brazil and Chile

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Frost & Sullivan: Large-scale InvestmentsFrost & Sullivan: Large-scale Investments in Mining Spur Froth Flotation Chemicals Market in Brazil and Chile PR Newswire SAO PAULO, Dec. 16, 2013 - Demand from developing economies for polymethalics minerals catalyzes market growth The expansion of the Latin American mining industry, which is expected to see investments of up to $200 billion by 2019, is lending momentum to the mining flotation chemicals market in Brazil and Chile. The resumption of mining feasibility studies and projects after the economic downturn too bodes well for the mining chemical reagents market. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan (http://www.chemicals.frost.com), Analysis of the Mining Flotation Chemicals Market in Brazil and Chile, finds that the market earned revenues of $351.5 million in 2012 and estimates this to reach $407.9 million in 2017. The research covers frothers, collectors, dispersants and depressants. Frothers and collectors are expected to gain popularity over the forecast period. The rising prices of commodities have led to a surge in the purchase of high-quality sand materials, fuelling the number of mining projects in Brazil and Chile. Infrastructure developments in emerging countries like Brazil, Russia, India and China, along with the economic recovery of the United States, and the resurgence of the construction industry is driving the demand for polymethalics minerals.
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Frost & Sullivan: Large-scale Investments in Mining Spur Froth Flotation Chemicals Market in Brazil and Chile

PR Newswire

- Demand from developing economies for polymethalics minerals catalyzes market growth

The expansion of the Latin American mining industry, which is expected to see investments of up to $200 billion by 2019, is lending momentum to the mining flotation chemicals market in Brazil and Chile. The resumption of mining feasibility studies and projects after the economic downturn too bodes well for the mining chemical reagents market.