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Updated to Q3 2019
Methyl methacrylate (MMA) supply in Asia is poised to be roughly mixed for Q3. The capacity expansion in China would point to increased production gradually, but further planned operating cuts for certain existing plants could somewhat offset the supply growth. Profit margins and inventory levels would be key sell-side considerations.
Consumer demand for MMA in Asia is projected to be varied in Q3. Some downstream buyers want to monitor the impact from higher US tariffs on Chinese products, especially in view of the upcoming lull season. Other users, however, are watching for potential bright spots in the US-China trade war.
We offer the following regional Methyl methacrylate analysis and news coverage to keep you informed of factors and developments affecting prices in the Methyl methacrylate marketplace.
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Methyl Methacrylate (MMA) is polymerised to form PMMA (also known as plexiglass), lubricant viscosity modifiers, emulsions, dispersions and coatings.
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