What is next for US polyvinyl chloride (PVC) producers?

US polyvinyl chloride (PVC) producers have battled through hurricanes, a deep freeze in the US Deep South and tariff threats from China in their efforts to expand export sales.
But now, the rising value of the dollar against other currencies and the Super Dollar are making it harder for buyers in markets like Argentina, Australia and Europe, to afford purchases in US dollars (the currency of global commodity sales).

ICIS examines the issues and alternatives facing US exports as US interest rates rise and the dollar flexes its muscle.

Download the insight piece to learn more about the impact of the Super Dollar on the PVC market.

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