16 March 2009 03:14 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS news)--Asian ethylene dichloride (EDC) rose last week on the back of tight supplies despite subdued sentiment in the downstream vinyls markets, traders said on Monday.
A 5,000 tonne cargo for April arrival was reportedly sold late last week to a Chinese polyvinyl chloride (PVC) producer at $270/tonne (€207.9/tonne) CFR (cost and freight) northeast (NE) ?xml:namespace>
A dearth of deep-sea cargoes from the
Meanwhile EDC demand in
Last week, prices of PVC exports from
But persistent sluggish demand for PVC downstream products and high inventory levels among some EDC buyers in
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