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PolyOne additive approved for food packaging in China

PolyOne Corp. said its ColorMatrix Ultimate UV390 light blocking technology has been approved for use in PET packaging for food and beverage in China.

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The China Blog

Man kills cashier over plastic bag

A 20-cent plastic shopping bag can cost dearly.

Songwon builds new JV plant in China

Leading additive supplier Songwon Industrial Group will start making its One Pack Systems (OPS) in China through a new joint venture.

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Röchling Automotive talks China trends and challenges

Plastics News China recently interviewed Gerhard Neidinger, executive vice president of Asia and member of the executive board at Röchling Automotive, in his office in Kunshan.

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Röchling Automotive adding new plants in China

Röchling Automotive's brand new Kunshan plant is up and running and production is already back to normal, reported Gerhard Neidinger, board member at Röchling Automotive, speaking to Plastics News China as he gave a tour of the 20,000-square-meter site.

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Are China's carmakers ready for the U.S.?

The truth is, neither GAC nor any other Chinese brand is ready to export cars to North America anytime soon.

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Multi-billion yuan film project coming on stream in China

China's Yingkou Kanghui Petrochemical Co. Ltd. has launched six Brückner BOPET packaging film lines that use direct film casting technology as well as a corresponding regranulation equipment and a BOPET thick film line.

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Honeywell starts propylene catalyst plant in China

Honeywell International Inc. has launched a new manufacturing facility in China to produce catalysts for propylene production.

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China’s new policy prompts pipe maker to expand west

A plastic pipe manufacturer is investing 500 million yuan ($80 million) to build a plant in Shaanxi province, seeking to benefit from China's new Silk Road initiate.

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India's processors aim high, but breaking bottlenecks is key

Economically speaking, can India become the next China?

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