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... Talent and technology will drive industry innovation

9:08 AM MDT | October 12, 2012 | —Ian Young in Budapest

Crotty: Chemical firms must anticipate change. Tom Crotty, president of the European Petrochemical Association (EPCA) and group director of Ineos, delivered an opening presentation at the recent EPCA annual meeting in Budapest, highlighting the event’s theme: Talent and Technology—Drivers of Innovation in the Chemical Industry. “Our industry can help to satisfy the needs of a growing global population while not depleting the world’s resources,” Crotty told EPCA delegates. “The European chemical industry, through innovation, has...

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