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Listen: Prices pressured upward for US ethylene, downstream markets

US spot ethylene assessments rose to their highest levels in more than a year earlier in the week, and the tightness in the polyethylene export market hearkens back to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. US petrochemical editors Chris Ferrell and Pavel Pavlov discuss how prices are moving, attempts to find resin from Asia and the Middle East, and whether issues will be resolved the before the fall.


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