Global growth in commodity plastics has been led by Asia Pacific for some time. The region is positioned to command over 50% of global petrochemicals growth by 2050, driven by China.
Amid this rising demand, Singapore's Jurong mega-complex has been a major regional refining/petrochemicals hub. Yet the Greater Bay Area ecosystem in South China has emerged as an alternative built-from-scratch petrochemical hub with numerous large-scale complexes and could become a significant exporter in the near future.
In this webinar, we will explore these changing dynamics, and the impact they could have for the region and beyond.
New (advanced) materials in China refers to a diverse range of materials technologies critical to advanced manufacturing and downstream sectors. It is a market worth in excess of 4 trillion RMB, and a priority for the Chinese economy. Yet there are complexities and a range of considerations to take in account to realise value.
Despite everything, the Chinese economy continues to grow substantially.. Yet purely relying on riding the wave of market expansion may not be enough. Covid issues, dual circulation strategy, and supply chain risks means a clear and coherent strategy is required for China,.
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