Pemex May Close Unprofitable Plants

December 2000
Chemical Week;12/13/2000, Vol. 162 Issue 46, p5
Trade Publication
Deals with the plan of Petroleos Mexicanos to close its unprofitable petrochemical plants in Mexico as of December 2000. Losses from the plants.


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