China's import and export of key chemicals in Jan. 2004

Apr 15, 2004 02:00 AM

China's import and export of key chemicals in January 2004, according to China Statistics News.

Export:
Crude oil: 720,000 tons valued at $ 153.51 mm, up 50 % and 64.1 % year-on-year.
Markets: Japan, South Korea, Indonesia and Malaysia.

Oil products: 420,000 tons valued at $ 124.36 mm, down 56.4 % and 48 % from the year earlier period.
Markets: Japan, the Bahamas, China's Hong Kong and Vietnam.

New rubber tires: 12.93 mm pieces valued at $ 121.57 mm, up 9.8 % and 17.6 %.

Import:
Crude oil: 10.30 mm tons valued at $ 2,362.98 mm, up 23.1 % and 33.4 %.
Markets: Oman, Iran, Angola and Saudi Arabia.

Primary shaped plastics: 1.44 mm tons valued at $ 1,365.13 mm, down 15 % and 3.9 %.
Markets: China's Taiwan, South Korea and Japan.

Oil products: 2.45 mm tons valued at $ 537.65 mm, up 1.5 % and 9.2 %.
Markets: South Korea, Singapore and Russia.

Terephthalic acid: 520,000 tons valued at $ 300.55 mm, up 12.7 % and 24.2 %.

LPG and other hydrocarbon gas: 460,000 tons valued at $ 156.21 mm, down 27.6 % and 32.4 %.

Chemical fertilizer: 780,000 tons valued at $ 130.76 mm, down 22.6 % and 8.8 %.
Markets: Russia and the United States.

Natural gas: 80,000 tons valued at $ 97.24 mm, down 19.3 % and up 17.4 %.

Synthetic rubber: 80,000 tons valued at $ 93.75 mm, up 3.5 % and 7.8 %.

Source: AsiaPulse
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