China rapidly attracting more R&D dollars

Toloken, Steve; Sun, Nina Ying
June 2006
Plastics News;6/12/2006, Vol. 18 Issue 15, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports that China is projected to be the preferred spot in the world for new research and development spending by multinational corporations. Some of the companies that have recently announced expansions of their plastics R&D work in Asia include DuPont Co., GE Plastics, Bayer AG and Dow Chemical Co. According to a survey, China tops the list of future R&D expansion locations. GE Plastics also is putting in a 2,700-ton Husky injection compression molding machine to make body panels and research automotive glazing applications.


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