November 2008
Chemical Business;Nov2008, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p50
Trade Publication
The article discusses the highlights of the IndiaChem 2008 international exhibition and conference. The inaugural address of the conference was delivered by Ram Vilas Paswan, Honorable Minister for Chemical & Fertilizers and Steel, who described the event as an opportunity for sharing thoughts and vision about future growth of the chemical industry. R. Gopalakrishnan, executive director of Tata Sons Ltd., talked about changing the negative public perception of the industry. Venkat Jasti, chairman of Pharmexcil, presented the Pharma Industry perspective.


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