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Mysore Petro shutters phthalic anhydride plant

1:27 PM MDT | July 25, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz

Mysore Petro Chemicals (Bangalore, India) says it has permanently closed its uneconomic and loss-making phthalic anhydride plant at Raichur, India. The 12,000-m.t./year unit has incurred losses in the last three years. The company says it will explore possible ways of utilizing the plant and machinery. Mysore Petro's maleic anhydride plant at Taloja, India, will continue to...

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