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February 21, 2012Investment in India may be about to take off, carrying chemical demand along with it. Bureaucracy, poor utilities and raw materials provision, and an uncompetitive environment have for...
February 14, 2012
Art, also known in jest as Kojak because of his bald pate, was a legend among chemical industry journalists and commentators. Chemical industry journalists are a small and close community, in a big yet close industry, and Art was always at the top of his game. In his role as publisher and editor-in-chief of CMR he was generous with his knowledge and insights, taking the view--unspoken but tacit-- that good, informed reporting transcended any “rivalry” among publications....
October 3, 2010Iran's deputy oil minister and NPC president M. Bayat is expected to focus on investment at Qheshen free zone south of Assaluyeh, current location of 13 ethylene crackers based on the Pars gas field, according to delegates from Iran at the EPCA annual meeting in Budapest....
October 3, 2010Europe's chemical industry is faring much better than expected, reflected in a buoyant mood at the 44th annual meeting of the European Petrochemical Association (EPCA), taking place in Budapest on October 2-6, 2010. Attendance of 2,300 hit a record level, with the historic central European location attracting more spouses and partners than in recent years. ...
June 25, 2010The U.K. chemical industry is alive and well, albeit in need of some care and attention during fragile economic times. Several hundred industry leaders, many representing U.S....
September 17, 2009A general sense of optimism characterized the Chemical Week 6th annual CEO China Roundtable held on September 16, 2009 in Shanghai. China has benefited from a huge government economic...
January 9, 2009Dear Reader, The new year brings a new look for Chemical Week's printed magazine. Our refresh provides a more modern feel to the weekly print edition and a stronger link to our...