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Industry Defends License to Operate: Big Guns Converge on Geneva

10:26 AM MDT | May 14, 2009 | Alex Scott in Geneva

Geneva is full to the brim this week with senior chemical industry executives, government representatives from around the world, United Nations (UN) executives and administrators and the odd environmentalist to listen to how the global industry is making chemicals safer for humans and the environment. Anyone booking their hotel room in the city during the past few weeks will be delighted (like me) to have finally found a hotel room, but hugely disappointed (like me) to find the room is half the size for twice the price.   The crowds have been drawn here by...

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