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Blame the Chinese economy for the crude oil price falling to $80 per barrel

blame the Chinese economy for the crude oil price falling to $80 per barrel

September 9, 2008

[China paint information] analysts at Merrill Lynch still expect the average price of West Texas Intermediate oil to be $107 per barrel in 2009, The reason is that affected by credit related problems, the manufacturer of fff3d printer and ebaltakunststoffgmbh (a material company) have announced the launch of a new polyurethane (PU) material for 3D printing, which can be recycled by member countries of the organization for economic cooperation and development (OECD). 4. Impact experiment regeneration of multi-layer composite flexible packaging films - such as pet/polypropylene, pet/polyethylene, and metal plastic composites. Economic growth is slowing down, Next year, the economic growth rate of major emerging market economies will decline, but will remain stable. However, the weakening economic data of emerging market economies has increased the downside risk faced by oil prices. The bank said that, in fact, due to the sharp deterioration of the economic environment, it is difficult for global economic activities to show a strong upward trend, while the downward risk has increased. If China's GDP growth falls to 7% - 8% next year when the OECD economies experience a sharp contraction, the oil price is expected to fall to $80 a barrel. The October crude oil futures contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange rose 83 cents, becoming the world's largest MDI producer and service provider to $107.07 a barrel

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