PODCAST: Walls go up around the world against China chemicals exports

Will Beacham


BARCELONA (ICIS)–Governments around the world are accelerating moves to impose anti-dumping duties as China ramps up exports of excess chemicals capacities.

– New wave of chemicals anti-dumping investigations against China
– Led by EU, US, India, Brazil, South Korea
– China exporting more excess chemicals and other industrial products
– China imports an added burden for struggling chemical companies in Europe
– More trade barriers could drive deglobalization of chemical markets
– China, Japan and India rely heavily on exports to fuel their economies

In this Think Tank podcast, Will Beacham interviews ICIS Insight editor Nigel Davis and Paul Hodges, chairman of New Normal Consulting.

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Editor’s note: This podcast is an opinion piece. The views expressed are those of the presenter and interviewees, and do not necessarily represent those of ICIS.

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