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20 Mar 16:14

HOUSTON (ICIS)--US spot ethylene fell to its lowest point in nine years as production continues to be bolstered by new crackers and demand is hampered by downstream outages. Front-month March ethylene traded at 16.25 cents/lb ($358/tonne) on Tuesday, the lowest level since the week ended 12 December 2008. During that...


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