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Qatar sets up entity to take over chemicals marketing and distribution

2:28 PM MST | January 2, 2013 | Kara Sissell

Qatar has set up a company that will maintain exclusive rights to purchase, market, distribute, and sell all specified regulated chemical and petrochemical products produced in Qatar, officials say. Until now, Qatar had had marketing arrangements with their joint venture partners, such as Total and Chevron Phillips Chemical, for selling their products, says IHS Chemical. Gradually, the marketing and distribution of all products will be done through this company, and sales by the jv partners will cease by June 2013, IHS Chemical says. Dr. Mohammed bin Saleh Al...

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