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Japan’s Chemical Industry Moves Closer to Full Capacity

10:48 AM MDT | July 8, 2011 | —DEEPTI RAMESH

Several key chemical plants have restarted production or returned to full operating rates in Japan in recent weeks. Japan’s output of chemicals fell sharply following the earthquake and tsunami that struck the northeast of the country on March 11. Many leading companies report that all of their plants are now back online. Shirakawa Plant: The Shin-Etsu Handotai silicon wafer plant is back to normal operations. However, the disaster will continue to have an impact on the profitability of...

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