Brice, Andy
April 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;4/9/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 61, p31
Trade Publication
The article presents an outlook on the price of vinyl acetate monomer (VAM) in Europe for the second quarter of 2007. VAM contracts settled at €1,347 to 1,382 per tonne free delivered northwest European. This represents a decline of around €30 per tonne on the previous quarter. For the second quarter, there should be a swift upturn in sales driven by increased demand from the construction industry, particularly paints and coatings.


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