15 May 2008 14:46 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS news)--Bayer is providing €350,000 ($542,000) in funds and goods to help the victims of the recent natural disasters in China and Myanmar, the German chemicals and pharmaceuticals major said on Thursday.
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“We want to do our part in order to alleviate the hardships faced by the populations, particularly in regard to minimising health risks,” he added.
Bayer's plants in China suffered no damage as a result of Monday's earthquake - which primarily hit
Bayer has plants in Chengdu and Chongqing, which are located in the quake-hit province.
Meanwhile, DuPont said it would donate products to the China Red Cross Foundation to provide relief to the victims of the quake
None of DuPont’s employees were injured in the disaster and there was no damage to its facilities, including a manufacturing site in
Rohm and Haas said on Wednesday it would commit yuan (CNY) 500,000 ($71,476) to the Red Cross aid agency to support relief efforts in
($1= €0.65/$1 = CNY7)
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