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China domestic amines prices on decline amid crude collapse

Focus China domestic amines prices on decline amid crude collapse

Focus article by Felicia Loo

SINGAPORE (ICIS)--China’s domestic prices of ethanolamines may continue falling in the wake of a collapse in oil prices and declining values of naphtha and ethylene, market participants said on Thursday.

Discussions and trades for monoethanolamines (MEA) were quoted in the range of yuan (CNY) 10,000-10,400/tonne ($1,634-1,699/tonne) EXWH (ex-warehouse) during the week ended 22 October, down by CNY100-200/tonne in the previous week, according to ICIS.

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