Hoechst exits chemicals through celanese demerger

Young, Ian
November 1998
Chemical Week;11/25/1998, Vol. 160 Issue 45, p9
Trade Publication
Reports that Hoechst will demerge most of its chemical activities. Planned merger with Rhone-Poulence (RP); Comments from company officials; Basis of Celanese's success; Shareholders to be retained by Hoechst.


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