Asia Watch

June 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;6/4/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 69, p12
Trade Publication
This article presents news briefs related to the chemical industry in Asia. Taiwan Synthetic Rubber Corp. is eyeing higher revenue growth from specialties, while keeping the growth of its commodity products in line with its tyre customers. Teijin says it will convert subsidiary Toho Tenax into a wholly owned unit via a $310 million stock swap in a bid to lift its carbon fibre business. PPB Palm Oil was set to be delisted from the Kuala Lumpur stock exchange in Malaysia.


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