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May 9, 2007 | Michelle Bryner in Tokyo

Japanese chemical producers say that while their domestic economy continues to recover, it is strong demand elsewhere in Asia, particularly in China, that is fueling their growth. “One important condition for the sustained growth of the Japanese economy is the continued global economic growth,” says Hiroaki Tamura, Ube Industries president and CEO. “China and the U.S., and also emerging economies such as India, Russia, Brazil and others will be very important for the growth of the Japanese economy as these economies are more and more integrated...

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