Malaysia

Nov 7th, 2017

Chinese Anti-Dumping Policy For The Global Suppliers Of Polymers

The suppliers from Thailand, Malaysia and the Republic of Korea sell polyformaldehyde copolymer to China at knock-down a price, which is significantly detrimental to the local industry. On establishing the fact of dumping from these countries, the Ministry of Commerce of China announced the decision of imposing anti-dumping duties on polyformaldehyde copolymer imports from these […]...

Mar 27th, 2017

Malaysia Starts Exporting Liquefied Natural Gas Produced At Floating Flng Plant

According to the monitoring of shipping and other sources, Malaysia will become the first world exporter of liquefied natural gas produced on a floating facility. The developers have spent several billion dollars on this project, and a national company Petronas got the start of Royal Dutch Shell in the race for the right to export […]...

Aug 30th, 2016

Factors impacting global natural rubber production

The global natural rubber market has been significantly over-saturated since 2011. In 2011, the surplus amounted to about 220 thousand tons. In 2015 natural rubber excess supply was 140 thousand tons. According to the studies of RnRMarketResearch, the market flooding will grow because of the increasing areas of plantations, the stagnant growth of the industry […]...

Jul 8th, 2010

Indonesia’s Farmers are Internationally Certified to Produce Organic Coffee

Indonesian Coffee is famous worldwide. Indonesia is currently the third largest producer of Coffee in the world following Brazil and Vietnam. The country also ranks fourth among green coffee exporters on the global market. According to International Coffee Organization, in 2008 Indonesia produced 561,000 tones of green coffee accounting for approximately 9% of global output. […]...

Nov 27th, 2008

Asia glycerine stabilizes on low output

The slide in Asian refined glycerine values has levelled off following a 75% decline this year, as production slows and sellers are now reluctant to cut prices despite continued weakness in demand-supply fundamentals, market sources said on Thursday. Glycerine averaged below $500/tonne (€385/tonne) FOB (free on board) SE (southeast) Asia in the past three weeks. […]...

Nov 26th, 2008

Malaysian petrochemicals sector has been growing at an impressive pace

The Malaysian petrochemicals sector has been growing at an impressive pace as per a report by companiesandmarkets.com. The government’s investor-friendly policies and easy availability of feedstock have been chiefly responsible for this growth. The country is also strategically located and boasts strong physical infrastructure. About 39 companies are in operation in the nation’s petrochemicals industry. […]...