China Pollution And The Tianjin Blast: Implications For Global Chemicals
17th August 2015 by

By John Richardson JUST about everyone now recognises, albeit very belatedly, that China isn’t goi...

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US “Swimming In Ethylene” As Global Polyethylene Problems Build
14th August 2015 by

If you are interested in my take on Asian polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) prices and margin...

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Yuan Devaluation: Pressure On Jobs Might Lead To 10% Fall
13th August 2015 by

By John Richardson CHINA has set itself the target of creating 10 million jobs this year during a ti...

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Yuan Devaluation: Why, What It Means Now And What Is Next
12th August 2015 by

By John Richardson Why did the yuan devaluation take place, and what happens now and over the next f...

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Saudi Arabia: It Has Never Been About Beating US Shale Oil
11th August 2015 by

By John Richardson THE CONVENTIONAL view is that Saudi Arabia has launched its market-share campaign...

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Global Polyethylene: The Bubble Continues To Burst
10th August 2015 by

By John Richardson THERE are further reasons to believe that the bubble continues to burst for much ...

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Sunset For Oil? You Must Be Kidding, Surely?
7th August 2015 by

  By John Richardson SURE, you can very easily argue that the oil industry is many, many decade...

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Asian Polypropylene: The Recent Past And Immediate Future
6th August 2015 by

If you are interested in my take on Asian polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) prices and margin...

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Asia Polyethylene: Explaining The Past And Future
5th August 2015 by

By John Richardson TAKE a look at the above chart and ask yourself this question, “Why is it that ...

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Oil Prices: Why We Are Where We Are Today
4th August 2015 by

  By John Richardson TWO months ago, when I was delivering a training course, people responded ...

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