20 March 2009 22:10 [Source: ICIS news]
However, Westlake will continue to hold discussions with the Trinidad government, said David Hansen, spokesman.
Last year, CEO Albert Chao said rising capital costs were a major constraint for the project.
Westlake signed an agreement in 2006 with Trinidad and Tobago to build a 570,000 tonne/year ethylene plant and similar-sized PE facilities.
(Additional reporting by William Lemos)
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