Southern Crop

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Industry Focuses on Chemicals Cooperation as Trade Pacts Wane

Chemical manufacturers should encourage government-to-government regulatory cooperation initiatives as political support wanes for multilateral trade agreements in the U.S. and other countries, chemical industry officials say.

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