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Evonik: Price Increase for methacrylate monomers

25-Feb-2013

Due to rising costs, particularly for raw materials, Evonik Industries sees the need to adjust the prices of methacrylate monomers.

The sales prices in Europe for products from the Acrylic Monomers Business Line will increase by €120/metric ton as of March 1, unless otherwise contractually specified.

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