GPCA members enter the global stage

Baker, John
December 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;12/4/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 46, p23
Trade Publication
The article comments on the creation of the Gulf Petrochemical & Chemical Producers' Association (GPCA) companies as it begins to emerge in the international chemical industry. One leading player is SABIC, which has acquisitions in Europe, Netherlands, Germany and Great Britain. Others include Petrochemical Industries Co. and Dow Chemical, which create joint ventures. The creation of GPCA is said to be timely as investment in the region is flourishing and member companies are on the lead.


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