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Updated to Q2 2020
Supply is expected to remain high, even as producers have started to reduce operating rates to manage inventory levels. With inventory levels already built before the Lunar New Year holidays, the global economic slowdown is expected to continue to curb trade, and already high inventories are not expected to reduce.
Demand is not expected to see an uptick, as lockdowns to stem the spread of the coronavirus around the globe continue to hamper trade. With several finished goods facilities already shut or preparing to shut, demand for both chips and yarn are expected to remain weak.
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Nylons are one of the most common polymers used as a fibre. Another name for this material is polyamide, due to the characteristic amide groups in the backbone chain.
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