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Ethylene prices up despite cheaper crude

The utilization rate at ethylene production facilities in Japan remains high.

TOKYO -- Prices of ethylene, a raw material for synthetic resins, are rising in Asia despite falling crude oil prices. The reason is a tightening supply-demand balance due to robust demand for petrochemical products in the region.

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