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AkzoNobel Demoted from Sustainability Top Spot

9:14 AM MDT | November 4, 2010 | Alex Scott

The Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) says it has demoted AkzoNobel from the coveted position of first place to second on its index for the most sustainable chemical companies. As a result of the readjustment DSM has been awarded first place. The erroneous DJSI results were published just a few weeks ago. The readjustment means that DSM is now rated as the most sustainable chemical company two years running. DJSI says the readjustment is due to a technical error relating to the software used by DJSI’s partner SAM to evaluate the...

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