BASF says no to outsourcing

Beacham, Will
May 2004
European Chemical News;5/24/2004, Vol. 80 Issue 2101, p9
Trade Publication
Announces that German energy and chemicals group BASF has no plans to sell or outsource any of its low plastics operations as of May 2004. Forecast on growth of the plastics industry in 2004; Market share of the German plastics sector in Europe and around the world.


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