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Kang Wu, Lijuan Wang. China's ethylene sector continues to expand, attract foreign investment. Oil and Gas Journal, 5 January 2004, 102(1) p.

China will continue to use a variety of refined products and condensate to produce ethylene, but the predominant feedstock in the next 10 years will be naphtha. China will soon become a net importer of naphtha; naphtha import requirements will increase substantially in 2010 and after.

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