PODCAST: Indonesia PE struggles continue amid rising costs, new capacities

Damini Dabholkar


JAKARTA (ICIS)–Indonesia’s polyethylene (PE) demand in 2023 continues to struggle, while on the supply front, there are worries about upcoming capacities in the coming months.

Rising upstream costs also remain a challenge for producers.

In this chemical podcast, ICIS Senior Editor Izham Ahmad reports from Indonesia on market conditions and the outlook for PE in the archipelago.


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