Tuesday, June 21, 2011

US$1 bln project finance agreement completed for RusVinyl PVC plant

Russian petrochemical company Sibur and its joint venture partner Belgium-based SolVin (part of Solvay), have completed a €750 mln (US$1.06 bln) project financing agreement to build one of Europe's laargest integrated polyvinyl chloride plants in Russia, as per Platts.

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