While Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan are set to open new petrochemicals facilities, there are strong downside
risks associated with depressed export markets, uncompetitive feedstock prices and sluggish domestic
demand. Investment decisions are being postponed and plant con ..."
Russia's economic problems stemming from its trade war with the West are having a negative impact on the
Central Asian petrochemicals market with Kazakhstan's imports dropping sharply in 2014. BMI's latest
Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan Petrochemicals Report anticipates fu ..."
BMI View: Central Asia is a rapidly evolving and growing market for petrochemicals that has been heavily
import dependent in recent years. Over the medium term, the two most industrialised countries, Kazakhstan
and Uzbekistan, are set to become net exporters with the ..."
BMI's latest Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan petrochemicals report provides detailed analysis of planned
projects in these two hydrocarbons-rich countries, which represent virgin territory for the global
petrochemicals industry. The report assesses market size and potential as well a ..."