Slow Growth Forces Phosphate Consolidation

Walsh, Kerri
March 1999
Chemical Week;3/24/1999, Vol. 161 Issue 11, p16
Trade Publication
Announces the sale of phosphate producers Albright & Wilson (A&W), Solutia's phosphate division, and Hoechst's Thermphos unit, in 1999. Products that comprise the phosphate market; Remarks of Rhodia on acquiring A&W.


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