30 August 2012 03:50 [Source: ICIS news]
MELBOURNE (ICIS)--US-based acetyls producer Celanese has increased its ethyl acetate (etac) price in Asia for September by $20/tonne (€16/tonne) to $1,020/tonne, regional buyers said on Thursday.
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For butyl acetate (butac), Celanese raised its September price to $1,320/tonne ex-tank, up by $40/tonne from August, the buyers added.
Celanese’s plant in
“The proposed price increases were in line with the higher price indications from
For cargoes loading in September, Chinese etac makers’ offers rose to $930-940/tonne FOB
Mounting upstream n-butanol (NBA) costs boosted producers’ asking prices for bulk butac to $1,260-1,320/tonne FOB
($1 = €0.80)
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