BASF is the world's most admired chemical company: Fortune

March 2009
Chemical Business;Mar2009, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p74
Trade Publication
The article announces that BASF Group is the world's most admired chemical company according to a 2009 survey carried out by U.S. business magazine "Fortune." The company was reportedly voted in eight of nine categories namely product and service quality, innovation and quality of management. About 700 companies, ranked according to number of directors, executives and managers, were selected by "Fortune" and its partner Hay Group for the survey.


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