Thai chemical firm may cut sales forecast on SARS


BANGKOK, April 27 (Reuters) - Thailand's National Petrochemical Plc said it may cut its 2003 revenue estimates if chemical prices were dented further by falling demand from areas most hit by the deadly flu-like SARS virus. "China and Hong Kong are main customers of olefins. If the SARS situation prolongs, we have to revise our revenues forecast," Managing Director Viroj Mavichak told reporters late on Saturday. He said prices of key olefins products had been affected by the Severe Acute ...

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