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New chemical plant to help reduce imports
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Jul '09
Dyechem Alliance Vietnam Co. Ltd. has opened a new chemical plant with a total investment capital of $2.5 million in Long Hau industrial zone, Long An province, informed the General Director of the Company, Mr. Lim Chin Ming.

The plant will focus on producing chemicals for Vietnam's textile and leather industries. It has been built with the main purpose to provide replacement to the currently imported materials by producing key chemical products for the domestic market.

By making the investment in Long Hau Industrial zone, Dyechem Alliance Vietnam Co. Ltd. has become the 22nd investor among 44 enterprises. The plant occupies a total area of 10,000 square meters.

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