New Policies Needed To Restore Growth
28th March 2012 by

Politicians seem to be floundering as they seek to restore growth to the Western economy. Their pres...

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China Synthetic Fibres Fall Further
20th March 2012 by

By John Richardson CHINA’S synthetic fibres chain continues to show serious signs of dist...

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China’s Leadership Struggle
16th March 2012 by

By John Richardson IT is still an article of faith among some people in the chemicals industry that ...

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China Polyester Chain Weakens
15th March 2012 by

By Malini Hariharan The polyester chain is feeling the strain of poor Chinese demand. Weak expo...

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China Auto Sales Point To Long-term Shift
12th March 2012 by

By John Richardson The impact of Chinese government policy adjustments on petrochemicals demand was ...

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China Set To Gain The Most From Inland Boom
5th March 2012 by

  By John Richardson LAST week we discussed how inland markets in China – which are boomi...

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PE Margins Lowest On Record
4th March 2012 by

By John Richardson ANOTHER week has gone by with no evidence of significantly stronger polyethylene ...

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China Inland Boom: Who Will Benefit?
29th February 2012 by

By John Richardson This fascinating article in The Economist raises further important questions abou...

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World Bank Highlights China Risks
24th February 2012 by

By John Richardson A NEW report by the World Bank on China, summarised on the slide below, supports ...

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Pricing To Struggle For The Rest of 2012
17th February 2012 by

By John Richardson Further confirmation of the themes we raised yesterday emerged from an interview ...

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