PODCAST: Global PVC export prices rebound in May as demand recovers, players sense end of dip

Author: ICIS Editorial


LONDON (ICIS)--US and European polyvinyl chloride (PVC) export prices have rebounded in May after a severe slump in April, as demand has recovered and market players sense that the downtrend has come to an end.

US senior editor, manager Bill Bowen and UK senior editor Chris Barker discuss the outlook for the market in view of the coronavirus impact.

PVC is used for applications including pipes and profiles, in the automobile industry and for medical devices.


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