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Producers Hike H2O2 Prices

11:44 AM MDT | June 30, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Several European and U.S. hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) producers say they will increase prices to offset rising energy and transportation costs. FMC says its prices will increase by a “minimum” of 6 cts/lb in the U.S. and C$135/m.t. in Canada. Solvay’s increase is 6 cts/lb in the U.S., C$134/m.t. in Canada, and $132/m.t. for export. In Europe, Evonik says it is increasing prices by €85-€120/m.t. and Arkema is boosting prices by...

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