ICIS forecasting launches Asia ethylene

August 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;8/28/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 32, p38
Trade Publication
The article provides information on an Asia report covering the ethylene-polyethylene product chain to be launched by ICIS Forecasting. Included in the report are the three grades of polyethylene films in China and southeast Asia and the ethylene prices. It is said that the demand of consumers for more accurate and concise forecasting has led to the establishment of ICIS Forecasting.


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