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Updated to Q4 2020
Supply of BG in China may fall, with an upcoming plant turnaround in October. It may also depend on the operating rate of the sole BG plant in China. Meanwhile, more volumes may be moved to China if southeast Asia markets remain slow, and more sellers will reduce their available cargoes to southeast Asia. However, the southeast Asia market might see supply increase as some suppliers may increase their plants’ run rates after fixing ongoing technical issues.
Demand is likely to remain stable in China. With downstream demand gradually recovering to pre-pandemic levels, there will not be significant room for further increases. Demand in southeast Asia may see a slight improvement if market sentiment is boosted by reduced supply in the near term. This improvement may only be sustained if the pandemic is brought under control and the travel restrictions are lifted in this region.
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A large proportion of glycol ethers goes into the paints and coatings industry, though other uses include inks, cleaning products, plasticisers, brake fluids, pharmaceuticals, cosmetic and personal care products.
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