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Gulei Project Leads Chemical-Processing Investments in Fujian, China, an Industrial Info Market Brief

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Industrial Info is tracking 242 active chemical-processing projects in Fujian Province, China, with a total investment value of more than $31 billion. One of the largest is the Gulei refinery integration project, the core of which is an 800,000-ton-per-year ethylene unit. It also includes eight cracking furnaces.



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