06 February 2009 13:41 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS news)--China’s import volumes of ethylene-based products have stalled and will not increase over the next few years, putting further supply-driven pressure on the global petrochemical industry, an industry consultant said on Friday.
The expected oversupply of ethylene-based chemicals by 2010 will be exacerbated by increased domestic ?xml:namespace>
Kani does not expect
Import levels would also become saturated as domestic supply increased, he said.
By 2011, Kani expected
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