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goldenseal

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The 3-Day Conference organized by Indian Paint Association (IPA), the apex body of the Indian paint industry was inaugurated by Sumit Sawhney, CEO & MD - Renault India and Jayant Krishna, former Executive Director & Chief Operating Officer, National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) in presence of stalwarts from the Indian paint industry and senior officials from industry bodies like CII.
Recently, a conference was held in Bengaluru, announced by Indian Paint Association (IPA), the apex body of the Indian paint industry.
According to him there has been a 4% to 7% increase in retail price by all Indian paint companies in the last six months which has partly compensated the 10-15% increase in the cost of production over the same period.
Four major paint producers, who account for more than 60 percent of the total output of the Indian paint and coatings industry, have either added significant production capacity or are in the process of adding additional capacity to their operations.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Jan 10 (ANI-BusinessWireIndia): The Indian Paint Association (IPA), the apex body of the country's paint industry announced that the 29th biennial Indian Paint Conference would be held in Agra, Uttar Pradesh from 11th to 13th January 2019.
THE INDIAN paint and coating industry is currently passing through a significant transitional phase--being forced to shift its production from solvent-based to water-based products.
The Indian Paint Association organized the 29th Indian Paint Conference, which took place Jan.
IPPIC has announced that it will be welcoming two new members in 2014: the Indian Paint Association (IPA) and South African Paint Manufacturer Association (SAPMA).
Indeed dominant Indian paint manufacturer Asian Paints estimates that the sector's growth in India for 2005-06 will top 13%.
Outside of China, we expect that the Indian paint and coatings market growth rate will remain strong and it will remain the fastest growing economy in Asia.
No Indian paint manufacturer makes them -- though some of them are advertising products as being leadfree they are actually not so.
The Indian paint and coating industry is expected to grow steadily in the short and medium term on the back of strong growth in Indian economy.

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