PODCAST: Urea prices to continue to decline until producers plan temporary shutdowns

Sylvia Traganida


LONDON (ICIS)–The decline in urea prices has continued for over six months, with the market showing no sign of recovery because buyers remain wary about stepping in.

If demand does not recover soon, several producers may be forced to go under maintenance, although this is expected to lend support to prices in Q2.

In this podcast, ICIS managing editor Julia Meehan discusses current trends and the market outlook with urea editor Deepika Thapliyal and ammonia editor Sylvia Traganida.


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