09 November 2010 15:22 [Source: ICIS news]
RIO DE JANEIRO (ICIS)--Braskem is targeting an increase of $50/tonne (€36/tonne) for all grades of polyethylene (PE) sold in ?xml:namespace>
The price hikes would take effect in the second half of November, said Braskem export manager Marco Cione.
Cione was speaking on the sidelines of the Latin American Petrochemical Association’s (APLA) annual meeting.
The price of Brazilian PE imports in
Cione attributed the proposed increases to changing market conditions.
Similarly, PP prices may rise by $50-100/tonne in the second half of the month for the same reason.
The price of Brazilian PP imports in
($1 = €0.72)
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