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Updated to Q3 2017
In Asia, etac prices rose steadily throughout Q3 2017 on firm feedstock values. Supply in Q3 was balanced to tight in key producing market China because buyers bought amid an uptrend as they were worried prices might increase further. Therefore, sales were heard to be brisk even though there was no significant uptick in demand. Some producers that had dropped operating rates in the first half of 2017 had increased operation rates amid etac uptrend.
In import markets in southeast and northeast Asia, demand remained largely stable. However, importers were resistant to the price increase in Q3 and retreated to the sidelines. As a result, some markets were slightly short in certain periods in Q3, although later, importers returned to the market and replenished their supply.
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