The world’s largest agrochemical and chemical companies are reeling from the collapse of the global market for their products, with steel companies in particular particularly dire straits.
But there’s a chance that even as the agribusinesses have been hit by their own troubles, other companies could benefit from a change of fortunes.
The global agro steel market is valued at about $1.4 trillion, with roughly $350 billion worth of steel products used in the United States alone.
But it is a market where many of the world’s biggest agro businesses, such as General Mills and Mondelez, have long been struggling.
The collapse of global demand and supply for steel could make it hard for these companies to make ends meet.
The US steel industry is the world leader in steel production, and is also a major supplier of steel to many countries around the world.
But the collapse in global demand for steel is creating serious problems for many of these companies, and it has the potential to hurt them in the long run.
In the United Kingdom, where Mondelezz was founded in 1891, the steel industry has been hit hard by the collapse, and has lost more than 50 percent of its production since 2006, according to the company’s website.
The UK steel industry employs more than 8,000 people, according the company, and employs nearly 5,000 direct and indirect workers.
But in the past few years, the UK’s agro and chemical industries have also been hit, with the United Steelworkers union accusing Mondelezos management of failing to respond to steel workers’ concerns, according an analysis by the UK Daily Mail.
The United Steel Workers union, which represents about 15,000 of Mondeleze’s 1,800 workers, said that the steelworkers had been repeatedly told that Mondelezes management did not have enough staff to deal with the situation.
“I don’t think it is fair that we have been told that we are being asked to be more efficient, and more responsive, than Mondelezed.
The company has been unable to address the steel workers grievances,” United Steel workers general secretary Andy Roddick said.
Roddick added that Mondelz executives were also failing to listen to workers, even as they were losing hundreds of thousands of pounds a year in profits due to the decline in steel prices.
The collapse of steel prices has had a devastating effect on many other companies around the globe, as well.
In the United Arab Emirates, where the company has a huge presence in the construction industry, construction is one of the fastest growing industries in the region, and there are signs that the industry is also being affected by the crisis.
The Emirates economy has been reeling since last year, when Dubai’s economy collapsed due to a lack of construction projects, according a report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
As a result, the city is struggling to get its infrastructure back up to code.
The city’s central business district has been the hardest hit, but Dubai has a large number of other industrial districts in the city, including the Dubai International Airport, where construction is the biggest sector.
The region has been affected by a severe downturn in global markets for many years, according Tooba Abdul Rahman, a consultant at the consultancy World Resources Institute, and she said the decline of the international steel market could affect the region.
“If you look at the UAE, the whole region, it is one area where the [global] economy is very dependent on the domestic steel industry,” Abdul Rahman said.
“And so if you lose that, you lose the ability of the UAE to build infrastructure and transport its goods.”
“And you could see that in Dubai, because we lost a lot of business in Dubai,” she said.