Issue Date: October 16, 2006
Following a hasty rescheduling away from the political turmoil of Budapest, the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC) turned to business at its annual meeting in Brussels late last month.
At the top of the agenda: implementing a new structure for CEFIC, one designed to support innovation in the chemical industry and, more widely, the entire Western European economy.
The association's newly elected president, François Cornélis, raised the flag of "innovation and competitiveness" at the . . .
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