Issue Date: May 3, 2010
H. B. Fuller plans to exit the European polysulfide insulating glass sealants business, which it acquired from Henkel in 2006, because the business has become a commodity operation. Sales in 2009 were $25 million. The firm plans to take an after-tax charge of $8.1 million to account for severance and asset impairment costs.
Sasol plans to construct a $255 million ethylene purification unit at its polymers plant in Sasolburg, South Africa. . . .
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