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Chlor-Alkali Production Rates Fall in Europe

12:40 PM MDT | August 17, 2010 | Lindsey Bewley

European operating rates and production levels were released for the month of July by European chlor-alkali industry group Euro Chlor (Brussels). European chlorine production in July rose about 1.5% from June levels, to 853,262 tons. This was about 3.3% higher compared with July 2009 volumes of 826,136 tons, Euro Chlor says. However, July caustic soda stocks in Europe were 245,708 tons, about 2.5% lower than June 2010, by 6,416 tons. Year-on-year, this is about 26% lower than July 2009 production volumes of 332,600 tons, Euro Chlor adds. July capacity utilization...

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