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June 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;6/12/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 23, p40
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The article presents updates related to the chemical industry as of July 2006. Dow Epoxy will raise global prices for peroxymeric chemical products. List and off-list prices for all TONE caprolactone products will rise 15 cent/pound in Asia-Pacific, Latin America and North America and by €250/tonne in Europe. Asahi Kasei Chemicals has restarted its 120 000 tonne/year adipic acid plant at Nobeoka in Japan.


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