October 2004
Asian Chemical News;10/4/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 463, p4
Trade Publication
Presents updates on the chemical industry as of October 2004. Decision of Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Ltd. to expand its chlor-alkali plant at its Dahej production complex in Gujarat, India; Details of a final contract signed by Sinochem for the acquisition of Inchon Oil; Plan of Japanese company Nippon Petrochemicals Co. to adopt the metathesis technology of ABB Lummus.


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