Podcast: Coronavirus implications on the Asia and Middle East petrochemical markets

Author Argus

The recent coronavirus outbreak in China is significantly impacting commodity and petrochemical markets. China is one of the largest petrochemical consumer and producers globally.

Sentiment is bearish with petrochemical plants running at lower operating rates in China and with high inventories. David Hanna, Muhamad Fadhil and Bohan Loh from Argus discuss the potential impact for markets in Asia and the Middle East in an exclusive Argus podcast.

Impact of coronavirus outbreak on China petrochemicals plants production.
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