July 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;7/10/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 27, p4
Trade Publication
The article presents quotes from executives in the chemical industry. Jim Ratcliffe, chairman of Ineos Group Ltd., announces the plan by the company to stop operating under the National Agreement for the Engineering and Construction Industry. Yusof Basiron, CEO of Malaysian Palm Oil Council, stresses the need for a balance between palm oil for food and for fuel. Eduardo de la Tijera, president of the Mexican Plastics Industry Association, comments on the potential scarcity of raw materials in the industry.


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