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Chemical Prices Mixed in Asia

10:04 AM MST | December 29, 2011 | Lindsey Bewley

Propylene Propylene prices moved lower this week to USD 1170- 1180 as compared to USD 1200- 1210 on FOB Korea basis last week. The markets are sluggish, hence the buying is low at the moment. The derivative products in this case. Polypropylene saw a further drop in prices. Though the feedstocks price levels have moved up, the end product market is sluggish and going down. The prices for propylene are showing a downward trend in the coming weeeks. As the polymer price levels are showing downward trend, the effect on propylene is evident. The next few weeks...

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