GHCL hikes soda ash price by Rs 400 per tonne

Desai, Suresh Thakur
October 2005
Chemical Business;Oct2005, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p47
Trade Publication
Reports on an increase in the price of soda ash by GHCL Ltd. in India in 2005. Market share of competitor Tata Chemicals Ltd.; Views of a GHCL spokesman on the reason for the price increase; Information on trends in the global soda ash market.


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