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Taiwanese Firm Plans Investment in China

1:03 PM MDT | August 8, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

China Petrochemical Development Corp. (CPDC; Taipei) says it has received preliminary approval from the Chinese authorities to build a chemical complex in Hebei Province. CPDC plans to use coal as raw material to produce carbon monoxide and hydrogen which, together with propylene, will be used to make caprolactam. CPDC says it is also considering making methanol at the...

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