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More head-up displays going into cars

BABENHAUSEN, Germany -- Head-up displays with "augmented reality," the technology that employs much of the windshield as a display area for data and images, is poised to significantly change how drivers see the road.


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Formosa to be compensated for Vietnam riot

Taiwan's Formosa Plastics Group will receive $2.39 million from the Vietnamese government and insurance companies for damages suffered during the anti-China protests there in May, according to news reports.


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DuPont resins help take Nike golf balls 'Fore!'ward

It may be difficult to imagine just how much science, not to mention rubber and plastic components, go into a golf ball. But global giant DuPont Co. believes that it has found the holy grail of golf balls with a new product comprised of ionomer resin technology.


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Report: biodegradeable plastics use in Europe to grow 12 percent

The biodegradable plastics market in Europe is forecast to witness 12 percent compound growth during 2014-19, according to TechSci Research's "Europe Biodegradable Plastics Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2019" report.


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Chinese auto suppliers growing in US

Two China-based automotive suppliers are expanding in the U.S., according to information released by the Michigan Economic Development Corp.


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Guest column: From Pyramid to Onion!

First of all, I'd like to make a few comments about the "typical" Chinese customer. There is no such thing! As the most populous country in the world, its annual market volume for injection molding machines is between 40,000 and 50,000, which represents about half of global demand.


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Global market for plastic containers to top 46 million metric tons by 2021

German research company Ceresana has released a study saying that it expects the global market for plastic containers to rise to 46.2 million metric tons in 2021.


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Asia to remain chemical giant but US shale will bring competition

A new IHS Chemical report on global spending for chemical production predicts capacity additions will peak in 2014 at $120 billion and then will begin to decline.


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Chinese market for ethylene grows dynamically

Germany-based research company Ceresana has put together a study of the entire ethylene value chain in China.


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Plastics help designers bring home the gold

Products with polymer content received multiple gold recognitions in the 2014 International Design Excellence Awards.


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