The Middle East and North Africa polymer outlook

July 2005
Chemical Business;Jul2005, Vol. 19 Issue 7, p14
Trade Publication
Presents an outlook for the polymer industries in Middle East and North Africa as of July 2005. Evidence of the growth of the world economy; Forecast on the volume of exports of propylene-based products; Factors which contribute to the polyethylene growth in the Asia Pacific region.


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