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Polyolefin End-users Assume The Risk

By John Richardson

POLYOLEFIN end-users in China and Southeast Asia began to re-stock in significant numbers last week on anticipation that supply is going to remain tight for the next few weeks at least, the blog has been told.

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China Chemical Imports Fall On Affordability

By John RichardsonChina’s petrochemical imports continued to decline in June on tight credit conditions and price rises that deterred consumers, according to our colleagues at ICIS news.Linear-low density polyethylene (LLDPE) imports fell by 18% month-on-month and 3% year-on-year, for example. …

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China Chemicals Review And Outlook

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Dear Reader

Please click here – ChinaChems2009AndOutlook.doc for my review of what happened in China last year and Q1 2010 and for some pointers for the rest of this year.

All the bestJohn Richardson…

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Speed Of China’s Growth Triggers New Official Warning

By John Richardson

The chairman of China Construction Bank has spoken about the dangers created by China’s GDP (gross domestic product) expanding by more than 9.5% in 2010, which, according to many analysts, seems highly likely: GDP is estimated to …

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Polyethylene Pricing Separates From Fundamentals

By John Richardson

Linear-low density polyethylene (LLDPE) pricing in China has become increasingly divorced from industry fundamentals as a result of the growing role of the Dalian Commodity Exchange’s futures contract, claimed a Singapore-based polyolefin trader late last week.

And …

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