Seelig, Fred
November 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;11/5/2007, Vol. 272 Issue 17, p32
Trade Publication
The article discusses stories published in the journal "ICIS Chemical Business" on November 8, 1882 and November 8, 1982. November 8, 1882 issue of the journal published that crude petroleum for the first time passed the dollar mark in almost two years. November 8, 1982 issue of the journal informed that General Electric Co. was involved in a new polychlorinated biphenyls embarrassment as it was the source of an illegal shipment of the dangerous chemical.


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