SINGAPORE (ICIS)--A supply overhang amid feeble downstream petrochemical demand has hit Asia's naphtha market, although demand could bounce back on cracker expansion and restarts. A container ship at a port in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Franck Robichon/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock) Spot naphtha prices have declined substantially in the first half of the year…
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