The Right Chemistry

Berman, Phyllis
June 2007
Forbes Asia;6/4/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 10, p48
This article highlights the success of Peter Huntsman in moving the family owned company Huntsman Corp. out of problems. It explains that Peter has been helped by his father and Asia's industrial appetite for Hunstman Corp.'s products. Huntsman Corp. has moved into specialty chemicals, with operations spread across Asia in 22 different countries, not only in China but also in Pakistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia and Thailand.


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