26 March 2013 02:37 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--India’s refiners will reduce naphtha exports to 650,000-700,000 tonnes in April, down from an estimated volume of 750,000 tonnes shipped out in March, traders said on Tuesday.
The March volumes climbed up to 750,000 tonnes from an initial estimate of 600,000 tonnes, because higher premiums and the end of the fiscal year prompted the Indian refiners to offload more cargoes in the market, they added.
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