Archive | October, 2009

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The time for a Latin American chemical revolution is now!

With all the world’s attention focused on Asia and its booming economic growth driven by China and India, Latin America tends to get overlooked. But that would be a big mistake, as the region is making significant strides towards becoming an industrial powerhouse. The Latin American chemical industry has taken its lumps in the global recession, […]

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After the tsunami comes a new wave

Few have been hit harder by the global financial and economic crisis than Japan. Its export-based economy heavily exposed to automotive and electronic goods came under severe pressure and challenges persist. However, this economic tsunami will put a charge into the pace of structural reform – it is already happening in Japan’s chemical industry with […]

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