SWOT Analysis

November 2006
Tosoh Corporation SWOT Analysis;Nov2006, p5
SWOT Analysis
Company Report
A business analysis of Tosoh Corp., a Japan-based producer of chemicals and allied products, is provided, focusing on its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities for improvement and threats to the company. Strengths include dominant market position. Weaknesses include declining margins. Opportunities for improvement include power plant expansion. Threats to the company include Kyoto protocol.


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