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Sojitz signs MOU to study gas chemical plant in Papua New Guinea

12:48 PM MDT | June 24, 2013

Sojitz (Tokyo) and the government of Papua New Guinea have signed a memorandum of understanding to carry out a feasibility study into a gas chemical manufacturing project using natural gas produced in Papua New Guinea. Sojitz says it will work with the government to implement the gas chemical project and contribute to the development of Papua New Guinea’s economy. The country has extensive natural resources, and the government intends to exploit them to develop the economy and create jobs. Sojitz is already involved in the gas chemical business. It has an 85%...

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