The global transmission line market grew from $12.3bn in 2008 to $32.1bn in...
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Global transmission line market to exceed $78bn by 2025
The global transmission line market grew from $12.3bn in 2008 to $32.1bn in 2014. During 2020–2025, reflecting in part China’s large scale addition of UHT lines, the market size is estimated to soar from $37.6bn in 2020 to $78.1bn in 2025, according to GlobalData , a leading data and analytics company.
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