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Chemical Engineering 08/07/2020 10:46
BASF SE (Ludwigshafen, Germany) will increase its alkoxylate capacity in Asia Pacific, with its latest investment in Jinshan, China. The company has acquired land, buildings and assets of Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical Company, Ltd., China (SPC), related to alkoxylates production, adjoining the BASF Jinshan site, in order to fulfil the growing demand from customers across Asia […]. .
Li Ka-shing’s net worth is at $26.6 billion. Once named the richest man in Asia, this is how he built his massive fortune. Li is considered Asia’s version of Warren Buffet. Like any other success stories of billionaires, his life had a rough start. Forced to find work and help his family who migrated to Hong Kong from Southern China, he labored in a plastic factory at 16 years old. It was where he would learn life lessons that would become fundamental in his business philosophies later on.
InsideClimate News 08/06/2020 04:00
Emissions controls worked perfectly at Chinese plants, until a foreign subsidy dried up. By PHIL MCKENNA, LILI PIKE, KATRINA NORTHROP. In December 2007, Charles Perilloux, an American chemical engineer, traveled to China to help install inexpensive and game-changing technology at a Chinese chemical plant that was spewing a climate "super-pollutant" into the atmosphere.

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