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Polymer Prices Move Lower in China

10:41 AM MST | November 19, 2010 | Lindsey Bewley

 Prices of PP this week showed signs of weakness, dipping in some parts of Asia on account of falling propylene feedstock costs and waning demand. PP injection and PP raffia grade prices were assessed down at the USD 1400/mt CFR Far East Asia mark, a week on week decline of USD 20/mt. PP film prices were assessed down at the USD 1415/mt CFR Far East Asia levels while PP block copolymer prices were assessed down at the USD 1500/mt CFR Far East Asia levels.   In China, domestic prices of PP injection and raffia were assessed down at the USD 12800/mt ex...

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