PVC: Strong through 2001

Westervelt, Robert
April 1997
Chemical Week;4/2/1997, Vol. 159 Issue 13, p37
Trade Publication
Provides information about the growth demand of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) from 1995-2001. Projected worldwide PVC demand growth per year in 1995-2001; Total annual export volume growth by vinyl producers in North America between 1995-2001.


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