Manufacturing Rebound Inflates Demand

Sim, Peck Hwee
December 2003
Chemical Week;12/10/2003, Vol. 165 Issue 44, p25
Trade Publication
Reports on an improvement in the manufacturing output of the industrial gases industry in October 2003. Volume gains posted by Air Products and Praxair; Factors that affected the financial performance of the companies; Growth forecast for the semiconductor and flat panels markets.


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