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Mitsubishi Chemical, PTT to Jointly Develop Bio-Polybutylene Succinate Business

4:50 AM MDT | September 28, 2009 | Deepti Ramesh

Mitsubishi Chemical says it has signed a memorandum of understanding with energy company PTT (Bangkok) to jointly conduct a study for business development of bio-polybutylene succinate, a bio-degradable polymer made from biomass resources in Thailand. Mitsubishi says it has been making strong efforts in research and development of bio-based polymers as part of its ‘sustainable resources’ products. Mitsubishi currently produces its polybutylene succinate from petro-based succinic acid in Japan and markets it worldwide. Mitsubishi says it has developed...

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