18 April 2011 15:04 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--BASF’s crop protection business will sell products directly to customers in the Middle East and Nile regions as part of the group's long-term strategic plan to triple its revenues in these markets by 2018, the German petrochemicals giant said on Monday.
BASF added that the Middle East and Nile markets are currently valued at approximately €300m ($435m).
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BASF said it will also establish a hub for agricultural products in
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