Mab Ta Phut approvals halted

Ten Kate, Daniel; Jagger, Anna
January 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;1/29/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 51, p23
Trade Publication
The article reports on the suspension by the Thai government on approvals for new chemical plant projects in Rayong, Thailand. The government is investigating whether toxins from the area are causing cancer in local villagers. PTT and Siam Cement, which control 90 percent of output from the region's industrial zone, would be the most affected by the suspension.


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