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Polymer Prices in China Fall on Sluggish Trading

8:52 AM MDT | July 9, 2010 | Lindsey Bewley

Prices of PP in China were dragged down this week, the fall trigged by muted regional buying activity and a decline in feedstock propylene values. CFR Far East Asia prices of PP injection and PP raffia were assessed down at the USD 1150/mt levels while PP film prices were assessed down at the USD 1180/mt CFR Far East Asia levels. Copolymer prices were assessed down at the USD 1235/mt CFR Far East Asia levels. Propylene feedstock prices were assessed down at the USD 990/mt FOB Korea levels. In China where buying sentiments were subdued, local prices were down at...

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