Arkema plans vinyl revamp

March 2005
Chemical Business;Mar2005, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p83
Trade Publication
Reports the cost-cutting plan that will be launched by Arkema, the chemical business of French oil company Total, in its vinyl products business in France. Background on the plan; Impact of the plan.


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