Chemical Industry Continues to Recover, But at a Lackluster Pace

June 2002
Chemical Market Reporter;6/10/2002, Vol. 261 Issue 23, p4
Trade Publication
Predicts the economic recovery of the chemical industry, according to the American Chemistry Council. Growth rate of the recovery; Factors that influence the margin and capacity utilization; Prices of chemicals.


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