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July 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;7/2/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 73, p41
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The article offers news briefs from the petrochemical industry. Litwin Europe Middle East will use Yara's hemi-hydrate technology for wet phosphoric acid production in the construction of a phosphoric acid plant in Saudi Arabia. SodiSolvay is expanding the capacity of its plant in Devnya to 1.5m tonnes/year, from 1.2m tonnes/year. German gases specialist Messer is investing more than $40 million to build an air separation facility in Poland.


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