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Listen: Could China tax on mixed aromatics imports alter EU gasoline blending economics?

Expectations are rife of an introduction of consumption taxes on mixed aromatics into China. But will this change the face of the European blending components market? Yuriko Kato, petrochemicals EMEA editor, explores this subject with the aromatics senior specialist, Sam Hashmi, and the gasoline editor, Fabian Weber.

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Chinese tax uncertainty pressures NWE reformate, blend components
The Northwest European reformate and gasoline blending complex has taken a bearish turn on uncertainty over the potential introduction of consumption taxes on mixed aromatics imports by the Chinese authorities.


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