Tokuyama (Tokyo) has recorded a net profit of ¬•4.51 billion ($45.7 million) for the fiscal first half, ended 30 September, compared with a net loss of ¬•2.53 billion in the corresponding period of the previous fiscal year. First-half sales increased 7.2%, to ¬•135 billion despite lower sales volume for polysilicon products, largely because of higher sales volumes for vinyl chloride monomer (VCM) and higher selling prices for petrochemical products. In the year-ago period, operations at the company‚Äôs VCM plant were suspended as a result of a malfunction, which...
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