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February 9, 2009BorsodChem (Kazincbarcika, Hungary) says it is considering delaying completion of a toluene diisocyanate (TDI) project at Kazincbarcika because of a decline in demand for the product...
November 10, 2008Linde says it will invest about €26 million ($34 million) to build an air separation unit at BorsodChem’s (Kazincbarcika, Hungary) site at Kazincbarcika. The investment...
October 29, 2008Linde says it will build a new air separation unit (ASU) at Hungarian chemical company BorsodChem’s (Kazincbarcika) site at Kazincbarcika, in north eastern Hungary, with an...
August 18, 2008OMV (Vienna) has abandoned its attempt to acquire MOL (Budapest). OMV launched a hostile $20-billion bid last year for MOL, which encountered fierce resistance from the MOL board (CW...
June 2, 2008ThalesNano Inc. (Budapest), a developer of micro-scale flow instruments for chemistry, says it has signed an R&D agreement with Sanofi-Aventis (Paris) that will focus on continuous...
April 8, 2008MOL (Budapest) says its board has rejected certain proposals made by OMV (Vienna) for MOL’s annual meeting, which is due to take place on April 23. OMV is MOL’s biggest...
January 28, 2008BorsodChem (Kazincbarcika, Hungary) says it has made “significant advances” in developing methylene di-para-phenylene isocyanate (MDI) manufacturing technologies under an...
October 3, 2007OMV (Vienna) has made a hostile takeover proposal to acquire energy and petrochemicals company MOL (Budapest). OMV made a preliminary offer earlier this year for MOL, which MOL...
August 7, 2007Energy and petrochemicals company MOL (Budapest) has rejected a “preliminary and conditional” takeover offer from OMV (Vienna). The proposal is “unsolicited and...
July 24, 2007European environment ministers have voted to uphold Hungary’s right to ban a genetically modified (GM) corn developed by Monsanto. The variety of corn has been authorized for use...
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