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Chemical Industry Weekly News Round-Up, Oct. 5

2:55 PM MDT | October 5, 2012 | Vincent Valk

This Week on CW:   BASF is restructuring its construction chemicals division in Europe due to low demand. The restructuring could involve as many as 400 job cuts.   3M has acquired Ceradyne, a maker of ceramics for body armor and industrial applications, for $860 million.   Monsanto’s fourth-quarter loss widened as the company released 2013 guidance below expectations.   Budget officials in the US say that TSCA reform could cost chemical makers millions.   Around the Web:   A study from Norway finds that electric cars produce...

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Comments (1) for Chemical Industry Weekly News Round-Up, Oct. 5
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pbte old papers chemicals 2nd year 2012
Posted by fahim on Sunday, October 7, 2012 @ 12:29 AM










 
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