Asia players wary on China

BANTILLO, PEARL; Loo, Felicia; Fadhil, Muhamad; Pan, Viola
July 2013
ICIS Chemical Business;7/1/2013, Vol. 284 Issue 23, p9
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the effect reduced global domestic product growth rates and liquidity constraints in China is having on the Asian petrochemical industry in 2013. It states that after the People's Bank of China called on lenders to strengthen control on credit growth, concern grew about a possible credit crisis in China. It suggests that credit constraints will reduce Chinese economic expansion and talks about possible contagion in Asian chemical markets if credit dries up in China.


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