What would happen if China stopped being a client and started competing in the polypropylene market?

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China’s massive polypropylene capacity expansion is leading to higher self-sufficiency between 2020 and 2025, and the country’s trade position is forecasted to flip to a net exporter by 2025. This insight explores how global polypropylene exporters react to such change and what will likely happen. In this insight, the Wood Mackenzie's Polyolefins team have considered changes in historical trade volume, potential new demand hub locations, and delivered cost-competitiveness analysis.

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