SINGAPORE, Dec 24 (Reuters) - Asian prices for the gasoline octane-booster methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) were steady to higher on Wednesday as traders were met with an unexpected uptick in demand in a quiet holiday period. "One customer that typically buys parcels of 2,000 tonnes at this time of year has come into the market for 10,000 tonnes," said an MTBE trader with a regional state-owned oil firm. December MTBE prices on a free-on-board (FOB) Singapore basis were pegged at ...
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