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Chemical Industry Weekly News Round-up, March 25

11:41 AM MDT | March 25, 2011 | Alex Scott

Japan’s chemical industry continues to be significantly adversely affected by the recent earthquake. CW's journalists are following any reports of shortages of certain materials produced in Japan. Mitsubishi Chemical’s Kashima complex is set to remain shuttered for at least two weeks. Teijin today disclosed that Teijin DuPont Films will restart production today at its facility in Tamasukuri, Ibaraki prefecture.   New projects this week include developments in China: BASF said today that it has received approval from the Chinese authorities to...

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