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Feature: Adhesive and Sealants Market for Handheld Devices Estimated to Grow at 7.21% CAGR to Reach USD 7,946.8 Million by 2023

Adhesive and Sealants Market for Handheld Devices Estimated to Grow at 7.21% CAGR to Reach USD 7,946.8 Million by 2023

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An analyst from Market Research Future (MRFR)'s team said, 'Global Adhesives and Sealants Market for Handheld Devices was valued at USD 4,882.6 million in 2016 and is expected to grow at 7.21% CAGR to reach USD 7,946.8 million by the end of 2023. Adhesives & sealants for handheld devices are gaining traction in the global market with the rapidly changing technologies allied with the portable gadgets and devices such as mobile phones & tablets, gaming laptops and detachable laptops among others. The design sophistication of latter mentioned devices and the miniaturization trend requires bonding agents that doesn't jeopardize the quality and performance of these devices, which in turn is driving the global market. Read More >>


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