China's Import and Export of PC Decreased in 2011

September 2012
China Chemical Reporter;9/6/2012, Vol. 23 Issue 17, p21
Trade Publication
The article reports on the import and export of polycarbonate (PC) in China in 2011. It states that the country has 18 provinces and cities that export PC in primary forms, and export volume of PC accounted for 99.58% of the total in 2011. It shows that the country's import of PC has decreased by 5.17 percentage points in 2006-2011. It indicates that demand for PC has increased in 2011, driven by increasing demand in automobile and information technology.


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