中国石化新闻网讯 据ICIS网站3月4日莫斯科报道 根据MRC价格报告，由于库存低迷和卢布货币走软，俄罗斯国内聚氯乙烯（PVC）生产商打算在3月份提价。
王磊 摘译自 ICIS
Russia PVC prices rise in March on low stocks, rouble depreciation
Russia’s domestic polyvinyl chloride (PVC) producers intend to increase prices in March on the back of low stocks and a weakening rouble, according to an MRC Price Report.
Good export sales helped Russian producers balance the domestic PVC market.
The weakening of the rouble against the US dollar has reduced the attractiveness of exports for local producers.
Russian producers said they intend to increase March prices by Russian roubles (Rb) 2,000-3,000/tonne ($30-46/tonne).
Some converters in Russia reported supply restrictions from some producers in mid-February, and some companies have already finalised their deals for February shipments.
And as a result, producers entered March with low stocks.
PVC export prices in Europe and the US have increased in past months, a trend unlikely to be reversed in March.
The Russian rouble weakened noticeably against the dollar and the euro in the past two weeks, a factor which will impede Russian producer accessing unexpansive imported PVC.
Overall, deals for March shipments of Russian resin with K64/67 PVC were negotiated in the range of Rb74,000-76,000/tonne CPT (carriage paid to) Moscow, including VAT, for quantities of less than 500 tonnes.
Resin with K70 was offered by Rb1,000-2,000/tonnes higher compared to February.
($1 = Rb65.83)