Indian Chemical Companies affected by Global Slowdown

March 2009
Chemical Business;Mar2009, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p3
Trade Publication
The article discusses the effects of the global slowdown on Indian chemical companies. An overview of the performance of the Indian chemical industry is presented highlighting that of Reliance Industries, the leader in the industry. The dependence of the industry on global demand is examined along with thrusts to make processes more efficient. Mention is given to pharmaceuticals being the industry's strongest segment. The federal stimulus package is discussed including efforts to reduce the country's huge import bill.


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