Qapco scouts new deals

Hadhi, Abdul
January 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;1/8/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 48, p16
Trade Publication
The article deals with the search of Qatar Petrochemical Co. (Qapco) overseas investments. The company aims to grow its business and keep its earnings strong until 2009. Qapco vice chairman Hamad Rashid Al-Mohannadi said they opt for overseas investments to integrate their businesses in places such as India and China. He added that their lookng for businesses in Asia because there is more value in the region.


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