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Braskem to start training of workers for its Mexican petrochemical complex

5:22 AM MDT | April 12, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Braskem (São Paulo) says it will start a training program for the employees of its Idesa plant in Nanchital, Mexico, in May. A total of 400 industrial workers will have to be trained before the planned 2015 start date, to fill jobs at the petrochemical complex. The program lasts 18 months, and is divided into 3 phases that focus on building a theoretical and conceptual base that is further supplemented by practical learning experiences. The program being launched in Mexico has been run in Brazil, where it already receives an annual investment of 1.2...

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