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Update on Turkey's PP and PE markets

Due to its geographical location, Turkey has attracted the attention of many global players in the petrochemical industry and is seen as one of the largest growth areas for export of polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE).

However, in recent months, the country has been facing several challenges that are having a negative impact on both PP and PE demand and prices. Market players are now uncertain as to where the market is heading due to the depreciation of its local currency against the US dollar.

View this ICIS special report on the Turkish PP and PE markets for an in-depth look and a better understanding of what the future holds. This six-minute video covers the following:

  • Summary of the current  market situation
  • A look into the impact of the depreciating value of the lira
  • Supply and demand dynamics in the country
  • Key factors likely to impact the Turkish market

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Comprehensive coverage of Turkey's PP and PE markets

ICIS is leading the way, giving PE and PP market players the opportunity to build a more accurate and informed picture and take advantage of opportunities in the country with the ICIS PP and PE price reports.

The reports include import spot prices for key resin grades, broken down into the relevant duty groups and originating countries. Each report also provides a weekly market overview and news updates, as well as feedstock and production information, in a comprehensive commentary section.

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This market outlook article discusses the challenges faced by the Turkish PP and PE industry regarding oversupply and the potential sources of demand.