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Lanxess Exploring Options For Synthetic Rubber Business

February 10, 2015
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(RTTNews) – Germany-based specialty chemicals company Lanxess AG (LNXSF.PK) said it is evaluating different strategic options for its synthetic rubber business, including for parts of the business.
 
The company added that it is especially considering the option of formation of a joint venture. Lanxess had earlier said that it is in talks with potential partners.
 

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