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World Chemical Outlook

January 12, 2015 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 93, ISSUE 2

Chemistry-connected fields such as pharmaceuticals, instrumentation, and electronic materials will march to their own drummers in 2015, but for most of the chemical enterprise around the world this year, the shale-gas-fueled building boom taking place on the U.S. Gulf Coast will loom large.

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Robert Buntrock (January 21, 2015 3:17 PM)
This map is reminiscent of the (in)famous map on the cover of The New Yorker years ago of the US as viewed by a typical New Yorker. Manhattan occupies most of the foreground, New Jersey much of the rest and the Golden Gate visible on the nearby horizon. (When this Midwesterner/Minnesotan spent 5 years in New Jersey I observed that to the typical New Yorker, the world ended at the Hudson and that to an enlightened New Yorker the world ended at the Delaware River.) This map the Midwest in Oklahoma, North Dakota somewhere in Western Montana, and Detroit north of Fargo. LOL.

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