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In this edition, we review portfolio rationalization in 2014, examining the strategies that many chemical companies are using to divest their commodity-based assets and shift toward higher-margin specialties. We also review long-term opportunities for the African chemical industry and tax opportunities for chemical companies with the shale gas revolution.
In this edition, we review the Chinese chemicals sector, looking at how the sector has developed through the growth of both State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) and Privately-Owned Enterprises (POEs) and provide a future outlook for the development of this growing and competitive sector. We also review the chemicals M&A market, including the major influences impacting the global M&A landscape and what we can expect in the future.
China is trying to transform its powerful industrial model into an economy driven by sustainability. In the next few years, the chemical industry will face several challenges, but there is room for optimism too. This report updates us recent development in chemical industry in China and also a raising topic of sustainability from a strategy prospective and report side.
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