DuPont looking for site to set up R&D centre

December 2005
Chemical Business;Dec2005, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p44
Trade Publication
This article reports on the efforts of DuPont India in looking for a location for a research and development center in India, as of December 2005. Locations being eyed by DuPont as a site for its research and development center are presented. The views of Balvinder Singh Kalsi, president of DuPont India, on search are expressed.


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