By Felicia Loo
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Prices of ethanolamines in China are seen to be subdued in the coming year owing to receding demand and ample supply, as the country’s economy is seen to remain sluggish, market participants said.
As an indicator of weakening prices, feedstock ethylene oxide (EO) have seen prices falling since November and they are expected to continue the downtrend amid burgeoning supply of new EO capacities.more >>
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