The European Union is suspending a review of the Dow-Dupont merger, saying more information is needed about the deal and how it would impact agricultural competition in Europe.
By Michael Standaert Efforts are underway to encourage and provide financial incentives for hazardous chemical production facilities to relocate further away from urban areas in China, a State Council announcement indicated. Small and medium-sized hazardous chemical facilities that produce and store materials within urban areas that propose “significant risks” will need[…]Read More »
As Dow Chemical Co. and DuPont Co. work to create the world’s biggest chemicals company, European Union antitrust regulators have interceded with an in-depth probe on their plans. On Thursday, the European Commission was quoted as saying they need to further their investigations to know “whether the deal may reduce competition in areas such[…]Read More »