How policies could shape LLDPE’s future
25th September 2020 by

There should be little doubt that government policies across the globe will play a critical role in ...

Chemical market whack-a-mole
18th September 2020 by

Anyone ever play whack-a-mole? The image here comes from the 1990s, a time of ill-fitting T-shirts a...

Decoupling talk is decoupled from reality
11th September 2020 by

It was supposed to be a harmless press conference honouring the US Labor Day holiday, but President ...

The US economy’s hall of mirrors
4th September 2020 by

The US economic recovery from pandemic-induced shutdowns is about as disjointed an endeavour as I ca...

When feedstock price isn’t the loudest voice in the room
25th August 2020 by

The question came over innocuously enough. “Market prices for ethylene are structurally the highes...

Consumers will experience better days, and with newer clothes
14th August 2020 by

Most of the statistics bantered about right now are coronavirus-related, which means they are monoto...

With so much hanging in the balance, let data light the way
7th August 2020 by

The fourth quarter (Q4) of 2020 is the most consequential quarter in generations. It feels like hype...

Pandemic creating baby booms and busts – and challenges for the supply chain
31st July 2020 by

The coronavirus pandemic is amplifying birth rate trends in many parts of the world, creating via pr...

No time to waste in solving ocean plastic dilemma
28th July 2020 by

It feels like we could all use some good news, so how about this: We already have the capabilities t...

Helping the chemical supply chain not be BlackBerry
24th July 2020 by

Market-driven economics work, even if they at first are overwhelmed by unprecedented demand. Such is...

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