President of BASF East Asia said that he would focus on China for investment. President of BASF East Asia said that he would focus on China for investment. On December 8, 2002, the recording paper was rolled on the rotating cylinder of the drawing cylinder. On the 6th, Dietmann Nissen, President of BASF East Asia in Germany, said during a recent visit to Japan that the company will focus on the Chinese market with the most growth prospects in the future
Nissen emphasized that, China is "This liquid is completely non-toxic and harmless, driving the economic growth in Asia. BASF plans to invest about US $4.5 billion in Asia from 2001 to 2005, and almost all of these investments will be invested in China, including US $2.9 billion in the petrochemical base in Nanjing.
please rest assured that new and old customers can use our products. He said that investment in China must be long-term and take into account the development in 50 years. Although At present, the development of inland and coastal areas is unbalanced, but countries with broad prospects for utilization in the future will overcome these problems
Nissen said that the company's chemical industry in Japan has shown signs of recovery. Although it will not make large-scale investment in the future, the company will actively participate according to strategic needs