23 September 2008 16:25 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS news)--Oxea has won local government approval to build a new amines plant in Changzhou Yangtze River Chemical Industrial Park in eastern China, the German chemicals firm said on Tuesday.
As part of a joint venture with Jianyin-based Chengxing Group, Oxea plans to complete the plant in the “next few years,” a spokeswoman from the company said.
No details on the size of investment or capacity were disclosed.
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He added that the project could be the nucleus for production of other chemicals in the future.
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