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SABIC And Sinopec’s Trinidad Partnership

By Malini Hariharan

More news has emerged on the Trinidad methanol and methanol-to-olefins (MTO) project covered by the blog last week. Chinese major Sinopec is likely to be SABIC’s partner for the $5.3bn project. The two companies are in negotiations …

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It All Depends On Your Time Frame

By John Richardson

HOW long a recovery lasts is always relative to your investment horizons.

For example, if you are a day trader in the Dalian Commodity Exchange’s futures contract in linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE), a rebound might only need …

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China Tries To Transform Itself

By John Richardson

CAN China succeed in transforming its economy from one which is over-reliant on exports to one where domestic consumption is a much bigger driver of growth?

And how long will this process take and in the interim, …

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