PODCAST: APIC ‘24: Asia recycled plastics sees sustainable finance focus

Damini Dabholkar


SINGAPORE (ICIS)–Sustainable finance is a key interest for companies seeking to enter the recycled plastics market in Asia or to expand their current capacities.

Despite the various financial instruments available, the absence of a clear entry point often results in uncertainty for firms.

In this podcast, ICIS analysts Chua Xin Nee and Joshua Tan explore the different types of sustainability-related loans available and their successful use cases.

Tan will be speaking at the Asia Petrochemical Industry Conference (APIC) 2024 in Seoul, South Korea, on 31 May.

His presentation is on “Asian recycled polymers – short-term hiccups to long-term optimism”, as part of the sustainability and circular economy panel.

Visit ICIS during APIC ’24 on 30-31 May at Booth 13 in the Grand Ballroom Foyer in the Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas.

Book a meeting with ICIS here.


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