Production of Polymers Can’t be a  Privilege for Iranian Converters

Production of Polymers Can’t be a Privilege for Iranian Converters

{This article, price indexes and analysis are only open to the paid subscribers {pro-members} and those who are interested should register and pay for whatever that they wish to read in a complete format): The facts behind the figures show that the production of polymers in Iran can’t be considered as a privilege for the Iranian converters. The semi private Iranian petrochemicals that showed to be the private units in order to bypass the sanctions are now selling their products only on the basis of their own benefits and not on the basis of the Iranian converters’ need of being competitive with the neighbouring countries.

Iran’s Unrest had no Effect on Growth of Polymer Market

Iran’s Unrest had no Effect on Growth of Polymer Market

{This analysis is only open to the paid subscribers. To be a pro-member and read the whole story please refer to the top right hand side banner}: During this week (Dec. 30th, Jan. 4th.) though there were some unrest in some areas of Iran (not disclosed well) the trading of petrochemicals continued and was not diversely affected neither by the riot news nor by fast increasing the value of US$ exchange rate at the market.

Weekly Monitor for Polymer Materials Trading in Iran

Weekly Monitor for Polymer Materials Trading in Iran

{This weekly analysis is only open to the paid subscribers (pro-members). To be a pro-subscriber please click the top right image to view instructions}: Materials’ monitoring, including the trade volumes and especially with respect to the base and free market prices show the true heart beating of any industry. PIMI Portal tries to be on-time for preparation of such reports and analysis. The following analysis and tables will cover this week’s polymer trading in Iran. The week starting by Sat. Dec. 23rd to Thur. Dec. 28th.

Polymer Prices Decreased by US$ Devaluation in Iran

Polymer Prices Decreased by US$ Devaluation in Iran

{This article and analyisi is only open to the paid subscribers}: Today Sunday Dec. 24th, 2017, the PDID office of NPC announced the new base prices for polymers that should be purchased with a preferable price for those converters that have the “B-Code” and are eligible to participate at the IME bids. The short analysis is reported by the PIMI expert on Mercantile Exchange deals.