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BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Dow Chemical said in a statement on Tuesday it would invest $210 million (158.48 million pounds)to improve a petrochemical complex in Argentina's Buenos Aires province over the ...
Jim Cramer spoke with Andrew Liveris on his role as head of Trump's advisory council and his company's upcoming merger with DuPont.
Jim Cramer spoke with Andrew Liveris, who expressed his disappointment that the president left the Paris Agreement.
US chemical giant DuPont said it will sell some of its pesticide business to FMC to clear the regulatory hurdles to the merger with Dow Chemical
World stock markets climbed strongly on Thursday, with investors basking in the afterglow of a break past 20,000 points for Wall Street's record high Dow Jones index. MSCI (Frankfurt: 3HM.F - news) 's 46-country All World index was within touching distance of its lifetime high as European stocks rose to their highest since Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) . The "Trump trade", based on hopes of U.S. stimulus reflating growth, would appear to be back on - egged on by some impressive corporate earnings, higher commodity prices and signs that growth is finally finding some traction worldwide.
The Valence Group has advised The Dow Chemical Company on the sale of SAFECHEM Europe GmbH to CBPE Capital LLP, a London-based private equity investor. SAFECHEM, headquartered in Dűsseldorf, Germany, provides sustainable cleaning solutions, equipment and services for metal surface and dry cleaning applications to over 5,000 customers worldwide. The Valence Group also acted as financial advisor to Dow on the sale of its global Sodium Borohydride business to Wind Point Partners in February 2015.
BEIJING/ZURICH, Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 25 (Reuters) - State-owned Chinese chemicals group ChemChina is ready to offer more concessions to win European Union antitrust approval for its $43 billion bid for Swiss pesticide and seed group Syngenta, a source with direct knowledge of the process said. Clinching China's biggest-ever foreign acquisition is taking longer than planned amid a flurry of deals in the agriculture sector that Syngenta, the world's biggest pesticides maker, said on Tuesday had swamped competition watchdogs. Syngenta expects the transaction to close around the end of March 2017, rather than this year as first planned, but insisted it would go ahead despite increased scrutiny by watchdogs gauging the impact of big deals on farmers and consumers.