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Johnson Matthey overhauls its business

April 21, 2017
Chemical Value Chain

Specialty chemicals company Johnson Matthey PLC Thursday said it will reorganize its business into four divisions instead of five.

The reorganization will lead to “further synergies for customers and create value for shareholders,” the company said.

At 1508 GMT, shares down 3 pence, or 0.1%, at 2,896 pence valuing the company at 5.6 billion pounds ($6.97 billion).

Write to Rory Gallivan

Source: MarketWatch

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