Investing for a firm foundation

September 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;9/4/2006 Supplement, p13
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The article reports that Kuraray's Speciality Resin and Film Co. has made some decisive moves on expanding its European capacity for Eval ethylene vinyl alcohol copolymer resin, and acquiring the Clariant polyvinyl alcohol/polyvinyl butyral resin business and the Rutger Trosifol PVB film business. Junsuke Tanaka, President of the Speciality Resin and Film Co. said the actions represented investment of �85 billion, more than 60% of the total invested in new facilities during the last medium-term business plan G-21.


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