Oh, Cinderella, time's almost up!

Vasnetsov, Sergey
March 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;3/19/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 58, p30
Trade Publication
The article forecasts the performance of the chemical industry in 2007. The chemical industry is predicted to have a modest performance in 2007. However, as compared to previous years, profits should be slightly lower. Lower demand and significant loss of pricing power for commodity chemical producers are also likely. There will be a modest improvement in prices and cash margins. The factors that would affect the demand for chemical commodities are mentioned.


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