European Union Membership Presents Opportunities and Challenges

Young, Ian
May 2004
Chemical Week;5/26/2004, Vol. 166 Issue 18, p27
Trade Publication
Discusses the opportunities and challenges presented by the European Union (EU) membership for chemical companies in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Description of chemical plants at CEE; Need for CEE chemical companies to capitalize on their competitive advantage to add value to their products; Increase in foreign investments in the CEE chemical industry; Areas of the CEE chemical industry affected by the Registration, Evaluation, and Authorization of Chemicals testing program of the European Commission.


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