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Overseas lubes and grease producers are looking to cash in on China's continued growth, but the product landscape is changing.
Is flat global lubes demand really a surprise? The US market wanes and Asian and Russian consumption grows.
China and overseas OEM relationships could change the domestic manufacturer landscape and have implications for domestic lubes producers.
Is global economic growth suffering a minor 'blip' or set for a crash of epic proportions?
China's economic growth remains something for the rest of the world to aspire to, however, pollution is another matter.
New Year predictions for global economies and the lubricants industry.
While the WTO Bali agreement may be good for global trade and the lubes industry, there is a need for more stringent policing of lubes st
National reforms announced in October's plenary could be good news for China's smaller domestic lubes producers.