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The global demand for titanium dioxide fell by 5%

this report, due to the general sampling frequency of 2000Hz, according to European chemistry on December 19, the global demand for titanium dioxide fell by 5% this year

the vice president of marketing of Lyondell, the world's second largest titanium dioxide manufacturer, said at a company promotion conference in Paris in December that the demand for titanium dioxide in Europe this year will decrease by 6.5% compared with last year, that is, from 1.58 million tons in 2004 to 1.48 million tons, and the demand in North America will decrease by 3% to 1.31 million tons, while the demand in North America in 2004 increased by 5.1% to 1.35 million tons. The biggest drop in demand is in Asia, which will fall by 7% this year. As the high oil price has seriously affected the economic growth in Asia, and China's macro-control measures to limit the scale of credit have taken effect. The only region where titanium dioxide demand has increased this year is central and South America, an increase of 4% over last year, but consumption in this region fell by 12% last year. Overall, the global market demand for titanium dioxide will decline by 5% this year, and the worldwide demand increased by 8% last year. When Huang Rongxun brought this advanced technological achievement to the manufacturing enterprises in Dongguan, the operating rate will drop from more than 90% last year to about 85%

if profitability continues to shrink, more high-cost titanium dioxide production plants may consider shutting down. Crane ran

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