Project Watch

June 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;6/4/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 69, p33
Trade Publication
This section presents updates on the chemical plant projects in China. The Dragon Group has stopped work on its paraxylene project on government orders because of environmental and safety concerns. Inner Mongolia Yuan Xing Natural Alkali has signed an agreement with Zhejiang Jiangshan Chemical to build a joint-venture dimethylformamide plant in Erdos, Inner Mongolia. Bayer MaterialScience plans to add a 5,000 tonnes per year glass fibre polycarbonate line at its Caojing plant in Shanghai.


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