Aramco/Dow talks quash project doubts

Kovac, Matt
April 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;4/16/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 62, p16
Trade Publication
The article opposes the speculations on the negotiations between Saudi Aramco and Dow Chemical. The author notes that the petrochemicals and plastics complex project of the companies is progressing. A spokeswoman for Dow Chemical explained that both companies are very enthusiastic about the project. The firms were expected to make a detailed announcement about the size, timing and costs of the project. However, it was delayed, which caused speculations to rise.


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