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Zimbabwe’s mining sector is expected to benefit immensely from renewed optimism and bring hundreds of millions of dollars in the coming few years on account of the new political dispensation and new economic thrust by Government, leading regional investment banking firm Akribos Capital Inc (Akribos) has said.

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The research “Global Vitamin A Market” divides the industry on the basis of the market trends, leading players, regions by growth, types, application forecast of the Vitamin A market. It comprises analysis of every major aspect of the global Vitamin A by product specifications, drivers, challenges and opportunities.

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PETROCHEMICAL

OPEC said Monday it expects demand for oil to grow faster than it originally expected in 2018, but the organization also sees supplies from beyond the producer group surging this year, driven by rising U.S. output.

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Global Niacin (Vitamin B3) Market report encompasses the overall and comprehensive study of the Niacin (Vitamin B3) market with all its aspects influencing the growth of the market. This report is rooted on the detailed quantitative and qualitative analyses of the global Niacin (Vitamin B3) market.

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There wasn’t much activity at the local chemical market in the national capital today as prices moved in a narrow range in scattered deals and settled around previous levels. Traders said adequate stocks position against negligible enquiries from consuming industries kept chemical prices around previous levels.

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PETROCHEMICAL

Using specialty lubricants in cement plants

Many cement plants today are bound by sustainability targets set by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, under the voluntary Cement Sustainability Initiative. Globally, the cement industry has reduced its specific net CO2 emissions per t of product by 17% since 1990 – from 756 kg/t to 629 kg/t in 2010. The Cement Sustainability Initiative Roadmap of 2009 suggests that the target for 2050 should be 420 kg/t.

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