Vietnam’s homo-PP market plunges to lowest since 2009
Vietnam has had 218 coronavirus cases so far, while the country has ordered a national lockdown and put in place a two-week ban on all but essential activities as of April 1.
Import prices down 23% since first COVID-19 case confirmed
ChemOrbis data reveal that the weekly average of homo-PP prices on CIF Vietnam basis has slumped 23% since the first coronavirus case was confirmed in the country on January 22.
The local market, meanwhile, has posted a total drop of 15% over the same period.
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