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Updated to Q2 2020
GCC buyers tend to buy from regional and Asian suppliers, and these supplies are expected to be stable. With healthy margins and the typical peak demand season from a global demand perspective, producers will likely run their plants as high as possible, apart from a few planned maintenances in Asia that are not by the typical Asian suppliers that supply to the GCC.
GCC buyers tend to pre-buy ahead of the Ramadan period such that GCC spot demand tends to slow down slightly during the Ramadan fasting month and takes a while to recover even after the Eid holiday. However, due to price fluctuations and uncertainty in March, some buyers may not have stocked up sufficiently and are keeping their purchases on a need-to basis. Hence, some buyers may need to continue their normal purchases.
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Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) exists both as an amorphous (transparent) and a semi-crystalline (opaque and white) thermoplastic, and can be made into either a resin or a film.
The ICIS Middle East polyethylene terephthalate or PET weekly report covers spot prices in the GCC or Gulf Cooperation Council on a cost and freight (CFR) as well as free on board (FOB) basis. Information on delivered domestic prices is included in the report and the market fundamentals are also discussed in depth.
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