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Insider, June 29

12:02 PM MDT | June 26, 2009 | Robert Westervelt

Chemical makers have moved beyond the shock of the sharp demand declines that have cut profits and sales since late 2008. Conditions are no longer getting worse in most regions, and attention is turning to how to manage recovery.   Two features this week highlight some steps producers are taking to adapt to much-changed market environments. Electronic chemical markets appear to be settling into gradual improvement quarter by quarter as fabs replenish inventories and seasonal consumer demand, especially for high-tech devices, helps recharge the sector...

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