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    gasreport: Africa - South Africa

    2019-02-18T10:33:00+00:00

    The commercial industrial gases market in South Africa was estimated to have generated revenues of some $415m in 2016. This was up from $200m in 2006, indicating an average annual growth rate of 7.6% p.a. for the decade.

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    gasreport: North Pacific - South Korea

    2019-02-18T10:58:00+00:00

    The commercial industrial gases market in South Korea is estimated to have generated revenues of $1.78 billion in 2015. This is up from around $1.03 billion in 2005, indicating an average annual growth rate of 5.7% for the decade.

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    gasreport: Middle East - Jordan

    2019-02-15T09:37:00+00:00

    The commercial industrial gases market in Jordan is estimated to have generated revenues of just under $28 million in 2014. This is up from $15 million in 2004, indicating an average annual growth rate of 6.3% for the decade.

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