Chemical bonds

Milmo, Sean
September 2009
ICIS Chemical Business;9/14/2009, Vol. 276 Issue 9, p32
Trade Publication
The article discusses the longest-lasting joint venture (JV) in the chemical industry, silicon-based materials firm Dow Corning Corp. It mentions that the success of the partnership between U.S.-based chemical major Dow Chemical Co. and glass specialist Corning has been able to continually serve the owner's mutual objectives. It adds that analysts doubt the future of JV deals, emphasizing that only those that were built on strong, stable and complementary technologies survive such deals.


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