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In his renowned editorial, our expert Mark Drukenbrod is featuring and analyzing biweekly a comprehensive digest of international coatings industry news. You can receive these editorials through our Newsletter.

Jul 23, 2002 | Editorial

PPG posts good Q2 result on account of coatings, Asian Paints profits up by 33.8 %, MAB tracking world’s favorite painting songs on

Here is your Tuesday industry update, and despite the general panic on the NYSE and other markets, paint-related economic news continues to be pretty good. PPG Industries announced their second...

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Jul 16, 2002 | Editorial

Akzo Nobel considering alternatives for paints sales, Kansai Paint sold stake in Nissan, Wattyl expect to earn around $A17.5 million in 2003

Here is a capsule of a few of the things that have appeared on since the Thursday newsletter. Akzo Nobel says it may consider several alternatives as it aims to double...

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Jul 9, 2002 | Editorial

Lyondell financing plan successfully completed, Rockcote Architectural Coatings sold to Resene Paints, Gaz de France determined to expand in Germany

Here is your early-week global paint industry news. Please make sure you stop by to get the complete story. Lyondell Chemical Company announced yesterday the successful...

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Jul 2, 2002 | Editorial

Noveon purchases assets of American Finish and Chemical Company, Akzo Nobel to acquire Specialties business of Crompton Corporation, Eurotech develops A-HNIPU

Here is your early-week news capsule from . Noveon, Inc. announced late last week that it had purchased technology and other assets from American Finish and Chemical...

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Jun 25, 2002 | Editorial

BASF Coatings officially taking over Wattyl, Bühler enters into agreement with INM, Akzo Nobel introduces Crazy Colors

Here is your early-week news capsule from . On June 28, BASF Coatings AG is officially taking over the automotive refinish business of the Australian paint manufacturer...

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Jul 18, 2002 | Editorial

S-W posts Q2 numbers, DuPont expects to beat Q2 earnings estimates, Pinturas Blatem acquires Industrias Quimicas Inesba

To start the newsletter in these trying economic times, it’s amusing to note that it was on July 17 of 1861 that the US Congress adopted a resolution to draw paper money against the Treasury...

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Jul 11, 2002 | Editorial

Paint companies unleash legal arguments in Lead paint case, Crompton Corporation expands in China, German Chancellor sharply criticizes EU's chemical policy

Here is a small sample of the content that you missed if you haven’t been to since the Tuesday newsletter. The paint companies on trial in Rhode Island for manufacturing...

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Jul 3, 2002 | Editorial

PU demand sharply up, Chinese chemical businesses congregating in Shanghai area, Dow agrees with ADM to dissolve World Ethanol JV

Welcome to your recap of the news you missed if you haven’t been to since our last newsletter. Polyurethane demand is up sharply after one of the industry's worst years...

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Jun 27, 2002 | Editorial

Nanophase files U.S. patent application, FSCT's Dr. John Gerlock to present the Joseph J. Mattiello Memorial Lecture

One of the great things about the paint industry, other than the product itself and the people we work with, is that there’s never a lack of news. Here is a rundown of items since last newsletter:...

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Jun 20, 2002 | Editorial

International Paper discontinues divestiture efforts, ExxonMobil plans to own AES, Dow to increase price of alkyl alkanolamines from July 1

Here is a quick summary of news you missed if you haven’t visited since the last newsletter. In business news, International Paper announced Wednesday that it...

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