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Western European firms interested in Sibur PVC cluster project.

11 Feb '08
The representatives of Belgian Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce (BLCC) are considering the opportunity of Western European companies to participate in forming a cluster on processing polyvinylchlorid (PVC) in Dzerzhinsk (the Nizhny Novgorod region).

The prospects of cooperation were discussed during the meeting of BLCCs delegation with the management of SIBUR-Neftekhim.

The representatives of EBRD (Alexey Shelukhin and Almaz Toygonbaev), investment companies Fortis (Thierry Josz and Denis Fetisov), Coface (Laurence Le Rouzic) and ONDD (Lieven Dupon) also visited SIBUR-Neftekhim.
SIBUR-Neftekhim is planning to build the largest PVC complex in Russia.
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