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Secos to sell share in company with Shenzhen operations

Secos said it will sell its minority interest in Bioglobal Ltd., an unlisted Australian public company that moved its operations to Shenzhen, China, in January 2012.

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Dow pioneers into China’s Xinjiang region

By opening a branch in China's northwest Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Dow Chemical Co. said it has become the first global chemical company with operation in this part of the country.

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BASF continues to localize production in China

China's first isononanol (INA) plant was inaugurated on Oct. 12 in Maoming, China.

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China rushes to catch up in plastics research

China lags in developing and manufacturing engineering plastics, but there's hope for the future, said Zhu Jin, president of the council of the China Engineering Plastics Industry Association.

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Materials on the fast track to future auto use

As much as new concept vehicles can be exciting and stimulating, many never reach the market, or only some of their features do. But they can still be examples for new applications for plastics, and some vehicles at this year's IAA auto show in Frankfurt, Germany, include innovations that use materials from Fakuma exhibitors.

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Sabic's move 'the end of an era'

By the middle of next year, there won't be a plastics business at One Plastics Avenue.

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Covestro emerges from Bayer’s shadow

It's all systems go for Covestro.

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Government commitment propels China’s pipe industry

At the International Plastic Pipe Conference in Shanghai, delegates discussed the current global and domestic market for plastics pipe.

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Plastic Bank aims to reduce marine debris, help people

With a plan to clean up litter, reduce marine debris, and help poor people, David Katz, co-founder of the Plastic Bank, is monetizing plastic waste in Haiti and looking for the next locale for his social enterprise.

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Inventors claim new way to make conductive plastics

A group of U.S. inventors might have found a way to make plastics conductive to electricity and heat without going through a laborious compounding process of mixing additives and resins.

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