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The conductive ink market is anticipated to increase by 3.5% annually, to reach $3,660 million by 2018.They are mainly silver-based, copper-based, dielectric, carbon/graphene or conductive polymer-based.
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The conductive ink market has been analyzed in terms of value that concerns the four regions, namely, the Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Americas and others, and Asia-Pacific is the market leader in
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The conductive ink market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.5% over the next five years to reach $3,660 million by 2018, with Asia-Pacificis the leading consumer of conductive inks and will continue
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