China Report

China Report

IHS China Report provides authoritative analysis of China’s chemical industry, covering 13 organic, inorganic and specialty chemical sectors, and over 130 chemical products.

Validated by China-based experts, each report contains economic overviews and insight into the complete chemical value chain including:

•  Major producers

•  Plant locations and capacities

•  Historical and forecasted supply and demand

•  End-use consumption

•  Pricing and trade breakdown

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The largest end use for methanol is for formaldehyde production. Other major markets include dimethyl ether, fuel, acetic acid, methylamines and MTBE. How will consumption be affected as growth will be driven by expansion of the coal chemical industry?

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Close to 71% of China’s urea consumption is used for agricultural fertilizer. In the 1990s, China restructured its chemical fertilizer industry by shifting the focus from less-efficient fertilizers; this will lead to continued growth for urea.

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Pulp bleaching became the largest market for hydrogen peroxide in 2006, when it displaced textile bleaching. Other large markets include the manufacture of chemicals and use in the electronics, food and pharmaceuticals industries.

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Hydrochloric acid is one of China’s most essential chemicals. Its largest use is in the chemical industry for the production of other chemicals. It is also used in nearly every other industry, including food processing, electronics and pharmaceuticals.

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Because of a strong demand in China, domestic capacity for acetic acid increased rapidly. Learn how the demand will affect production, trade and growth for this product and its derivatives.

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Acetic Anhydride is largely consumed in the manufacture of pharmaceutical products, including aspirin. Learn how this will drive export amounts and price as consumption is expected to steadily increase in the future.

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Glycerin manufacturing in China has changed greatly. Most glycerin is produced in soap manufacturing and the fatty chemical industry. A recent boom in the emerging biodiesel industry has brought a new challenge to traditional processes and future growth.

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The fermentation of glucose Is the chief commercial source of citric acid. It is added to some foods and beverages to produce a pleasant acidic flavor and also used in medicines. Learn more about China’s production and consumption of citric acid.

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Ammonia capacity has exceeded domestic demand in the last few years; production has not increased as rapidly. Consumption is forecast to grow as coal, natural gas and petroleum are used in the production of ammonia. Learn its effect on price and trade.

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China’s rapidly growing economy has been generating dramatic growth in its demand for polypropylene. Most of this is consumed in woven textiles, used to make packaging for products like chemical fertilizers, cement and grains.

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China’s polypropylene fiber industry is still fairly young. Most production processes and products are still standard, the industry is expected to develop and produce more specialty fibers like fine-denier microfibers and high-strength filament yarns.

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1,4-Butanediol is a saturated C4 straight-chain dibasic alcohol. Its chemical properties are very similar to other saturated dibasic alcohols. This report looks at the production, plants and consumption.

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