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The COVID-19 pandemic is having a major impact on industries throughout the world. As a result, Smithers has undertaken a major revision of its core market forecasts taking into account the likely economic impacts, the specific impact of key end-use markets and changes in consumer behavior.

The report refreshes provide robust and consistent market sizes and forecasts, based on three in-depth scenarios which cover every eventuality as the result of the coronavirus pandemic and expectations for economic recovery. These report refreshes are available for five core industries:

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