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    gasreport: South Pacific - New Zealand

    2017-10-30T15:35:00+00:00

    The commercial industrial gases business in New Zealand achieved estimated revenues of approximately $165m in 2016. This is up from $115m in 2006, indicating an average annual growth rate of 3.6%.

  • Philippines

    gasreport: South East Asia - Philippines

    2017-10-26T08:13:00+01:00

    The commercial industrial gases market in the Philippines estimated to have generated revenues of $300 million in 2016. This is up from $110 million in 2006, indicating an impressive average annual growth rate of 11% for the decade.

  • Taiwan

    gasreport: North Pacific - Taiwan

    2017-10-26T08:44:00+01:00

    The Taiwanese commercial gases market generated estimated revues of $1.17bn in 2016. This is up from $680m in 2006, indicating and average annual growth rate of 5.6% over the past decade.

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    What now for the global gases business?

    2018-10-22T14:25:00+01:00By , Global Managing Editor

    This is undoubtedly a big day, a big month and a big year for the global gases business. With the merger of Praxair, Inc. and Linde AG we witness the crowning of a new leader in the field, the single biggest player in the industrial gases business.

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    2018-10-22T14:22:00+01:00By , Global Managing Editor

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