Asian Chemical Connections

US foreign policy reshaping global oil markets at major cost to the US
8th March 2019 by

Guest blogger today is again Ajay Parmar in the third of his posts. He is a chemical engineering pro...

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China’s January credit surge: Case for one-off panic, no new global economic boom
6th March 2019 by

By John Richardson CHINA’S HUGE January credit increase might be the start of a new round of major...

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Oil at $58-69 over next year as focus switches to demand
11th February 2019 by

Guest blogger today is again Ajay Parmar in the second his posts. He is a chemical engineering profe...

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Turkey PE demand could be 8% lower as economic problems continue
11th January 2019 by

By John Richardson TURKEY’S apparent demand for PE may have fallen by 8% in 2018 to around 2m ...

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Flood of US LLDPE begins to disrupt markets with worse to follow
9th January 2019 by

By John Richardson THE ABOVE table illustrates the 2018 impact on smaller LLDPE markets of the arriv...

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US/China trade deal in March would likely quickly unravel
7th January 2019 by

By John Richardson YOU CAN bet on a rally in equity markets and in oil prices if some kind of deal i...

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China slowdown: After Apple, next wake-up call will be from auto markets
4th January 2019 by

By John Richardson THE NEXT big wake-up fall for global financial markets and the chemicals industry...

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Scenario 1 inevitable? Are you really, really, hand on heart, that sure?
14th December 2018 by

ICIS and the UK–based chemicals company International eChem had the privilege of making a pres...

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Internal combustion engines, car ownership to quickly head the way of horses and carts
2nd December 2018 by

By John Richardson THE PICTURE on the left shows the Easter Day Parade in New York in 1900. As you c...

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Preserving working capital the key as crisis conditions intensify
28th November 2018 by

By John Richardson PRESERVING working capital is the key for chemicals industry purchasing managers ...

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