June 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;6/26/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 25, p54
Trade Publication
The article recalls news items concerning the chemical industry, which were published in previous issues of ICIS Chemical Business. In the first significant move in its restructuring program, paints and coatings manufacturer ICI is to sell its soda ash businesses in Great Britain and Kenya to Australia's Penrice for around £90m in 1991. Vietnam is to build two crackers in the next 15 years, starting in 1996, as part of a $5.3-5.9bn petrochemicals master plan.


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