chemical industry

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Noun1.chemical industry - the manufacturers of chemicals considered collectivelychemical industry - the manufacturers of chemicals considered collectively
industry - the people or companies engaged in a particular kind of commercial enterprise; "each industry has its own trade publications"
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The only way for Europe to lower energy prices is to use shale gas, according to several leaders in the European chemicals industry. This is "urgent," said Utz Tillmann, director-general of the powerful German chemical industry association VCI, which represents 435,000 jobs, at a meeting held in Munich, Germany, on 6 October by the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC).
CHAMPION of the North-east's chemicals industry, Paul Booth, has been awarded an OBE for services to the sector.
The role of the chemicals industry is still under-recognised.
She said the chemicals industry fed into so many other sectors that problems affecting the industry could soon become wider industrial problems.
THE UK's chemicals industry was being left to "suffer in silence" while the Government concentrated on other sectors such as car companies, an analyst has said.
"Every chemicals industry CEO will need to make tough decisions about what actions are required to ensure their company's short-term survival," said Michael Clifford, leader of the PwC Canada Chemicals Practice.
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With the EU agreeing to carry out a second round of impact assessments on its controversial Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals (REACH) proposal, the mood both inside and outside the chemicals industry has gradually started to shift, with disparate factions beginning to coordinate efforts to improve the proposals.