Denki Kagaku And Sekisui Chemical To Launch A Polyvinyl Alcohol Resin Manufacturing Joint-venture

Date: 13 November 2009
Source: Sekisui Chemical
November 11, 2009 --DENKI KAGAKU KOGYO KABUSHIKI KAISHA (“DENKA”; President: Seiki Kawabata) and Sekisui Chemical Co., Ltd. (“Sekisui Chemical”; President: Naofumi Negishi) have announced an agreement to establish a joint venture company for the purpose of manufacturing polyvinyl alcohol resin (“PVOH resin”). Read more story here.

November 11, 2009 --DENKI KAGAKU KOGYO KABUSHIKI KAISHA (“DENKA”; President: Seiki Kawabata) and Sekisui Chemical Co., Ltd. (“Sekisui Chemical”; President: Naofumi Negishi) have announced an agreement to establish a joint venture company for the purpose of manufacturing polyvinyl alcohol resin (“PVOH resin”).
 
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