VIDEO: European MA adjusts to new competition from imports

ICIS Editorial


LONDON (ICIS)–European maleic anhydride (MA), a market traditionally associated with chronic tightness, has been grappling with new challenges as it adjusts to Asia and the US claiming stronger positions in the region.

This is the result of both long-term strategies to deal with slower growth dynamics and more conjunctural factors such as the ongoing US-China trade war.

Markets reporter Anne-Sophie Briant-Vaghela discusses trends ahead of the 53rd Annual European Petrochemical Association (EPCA) conference in Berlin.


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