Chemical

Chemical

Chemical industry is one of the oldest industries in India. It is estimated that the size of Indian chemical industry is around US$ 30 billion. Volume of production in chemical industry positions India as third largest producer in Asia (next to China and Japan), and twelfth largest in the world. The industry, comprising both small-scale and large units (including MNCs) produces several thousands of products and bi-products, ranging from plastics and petro-chemicals to cosmetics and toiletries. A significant share (around one-third) of production by chemical industry is consumed by itself. The chemical industry accounts for about 13% share in the manufacturing output and around 5% in total exports of the country. The chemical industry contributes around 20% of national revenue by way of various taxes and levies.

The industry is one of the largest employers (employs over 10 million persons worldwide) and contributes to the welfare and employment on a global scale. The role of Research & Development (R&D) is crucial in the chemical industry due to the constant need for innovation. India's government has set in place policies and special economic zones to promote investment in its petrochemical sector, and several key domestic companies have unveiled ambitious expansion plans for the next few years.

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