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Q: What’s included in each weekly magazine?

A: A news round-up of key events, the latest price movements and supply/demand trends, details of new projects, review of new plants and shutdowns, two chemical profiles and a longer term market outlook.

Q: Which commodity markets are covered?

A: Petrochemicals, polymers, intermediates, inorganics, oleochemicals, green chemicals, biofuels, energy and feedstocks.

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