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With limited investments, what does the future hold for Latin America's petrochemicals sector?

With Eshwar Yennigalla

December 16, 2016 06:30:28 EST (3:05)

Latin America is an exciting space for petrochemicals. Argentina and Mexico have huge shale resources, Brazil has the largest refining capacity entailing 2.3 million b/d of petrochemical feedstock, while Bolivia and Peru have potential expansions in the horizon. But with investment decisions interdependent on projects in various parts of the region, analyst Eshwar Yennigalla examines what the future holds for petrochemicals in the continent.


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