王磊 摘译自 ICIS
Eurozone chemicals producers prices rise more than 3% in April
hemicals producers selling prices in the eurozone rose more than 3% in April, statistics agency Eurostat said align="justify"> The increases are in line with rises in inflation in the 19-country currency union, amid booming manufacturing activity those months, with shortages for many materials widespread and order books healthy.
The price increases were generalised across the eurozone, and major producing countries were above 2%, month align="justify"> In the Netherlands, where the Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp (ARA) region is a key global petrochemicals hub for petrochemicals trade and production, prices rose more than 6%.
Chemicals producers’ prices in the wider 27-country EU also rose by more 3.0%.