Asian Chemical Connections

China In 2014: Some Predictions
30th December 2013 by

  By John Richardson IT was a year to remember, for the right reasons, for anybody who bet on a...

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The Minority Isn’t Always Wrong
29th December 2013 by

By John Richardson “I REALLY worry about the ability to export extra capacity from the US as I thi...

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3D Printing Likely To Change Just About Everything
27th December 2013 by

By John Richardson 3D printing will very probably force manufacturers, including those who make chem...

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No “Breakthrough Year” For The US In 2014
24th December 2013 by

By John Richardson PEOPLE who trade in oil, other commodities and equities don’t buy that many che...

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China’s Latest Credit Crunch: What It Says About 2014
23rd December 2013 by

By John Richardson CHINA continues to cross the river by feeling the stones and anyone in the chemic...

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Western Demand Still Weaker
20th December 2013 by

By John Richardson AS the euphoria over the Fed’s measured tapering echoes through global equity...

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China’s Silver Lining: Blue Collar Wage Increases
19th December 2013 by

By John Richardson HOW useful a tool is GDP in measuring petrochemicals demand growth in China? This...

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Global Growth Outlook: Sorting Out The Continuum
18th December 2013 by

By John Richardson WHAT do you do for a living? Are you a speculator in equity markets or do you ma...

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Oil Market Risks For 2014
17th December 2013 by

By John Richardson PAUL Satchell, the UK-based chemicals analyst with glob investment bank Cannacord...

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The US Growth Conundrum
15th December 2013 by

By John Richardson WHERE is the growth in the US economy going to come from to consume the big incre...

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