'Chemical industry in UK needs to change to survive.'

December 2005
Chemical Business;Dec2005, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p60
Trade Publication
This article reports on a statement issued by Judith Hackitt, director general of the Chemical Industries Association, regarding the need for the chemical industry in Great Britain to respond to a rapidly evolving world in order to meet the changing needs and expectations of customers and society, as of December 2005. The significance of adopting sustainable development to the survival of the industry is highlighted.


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