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Sibur looks to change Russian PE landscape

Russian firm Sibur expects to ‘change the face of the Russian petrochemical industry’ when construction is complete on the company’s new production complex in Tobolsk (Zapsibneftekhim), according to executive director Sergey Komyshan.

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