Chemical Market Advisory Service: Asia Aromatics (formerly CMAI Asian Aromatics Market Advisory Service) assists clients with the complex tasks of tracking, evaluating and forecasting change in the quickly shifting aromatics industry.
Fully integrated with Chemical Market Advisory Service: Europe Aromatics and Chemical Market Advisory Service: North America Aromatics (formerly CMAI services), this service provides comprehensive analysis of the interdependent global aromatics market with a focus on Asia.
Managed by our consultants in Singapore, Chemical Market Advisory Service: Asia Aromatics offers clients a comprehensive view of Asian markets for aromatics and derivatives, as well as in-depth analysis of economic concerns, trade and operational issues impacting the industry. Through continual, personal contact with key industry sources, Chemical consultants gather and study industry-specific data, then analyze and translate it into valuable insights and forecasting advice. Clients receive global weekly detailed market updates as well as monthly reports, containing price forecasts and extensive data on key market fundamentals.
Subscribers to Chemical Market Advisory Service: Asia Aromatics receive:
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