Thursday, 29 April 2010

Hungary to rely on exports for chemicals recovery

BorsodChem, TVK, MOL and others are in for a tough 2010 as a new report suggests there will be no recovery before 2011. Hungary's chemical industry has suffered from plummeting domestic demand as well as falling demand from export countries, particularly Germany.

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Monday, 12 April 2010

Nord Stream pipeline will benefit chemical producers

Construction of the E8.8bn Nord Stream gas pipeline from Russia into Germany officially began last week. This should be good news for European chemical manufacturers who rely on natural gas as a feedstock, or for those planning to introduce more flexible feedstocks to their manufacturing capability. For the full entry click here

Friday, 9 April 2010

DuPont cooperates in Hungary

Hungarian paint company Poli-Farbe and US-headquartered chemicals giant DuPont will put a jointly developed family of paint products on the market in the framework of a licensing contract, according to the Budapest Business Journal.

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