BASF increases prices MDI products
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BASF increases prices for MDI products

5:19 AM, 18th February 2017
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LUDWIGSHAFEN, GERMANY: With immediate effect, or as contract terms allow, BASF SE will be increasing prices for its polymeric Lupranate MDI and standard monomeric 4’4-Lupranate MDI (Methylene Diphenyl-diisocyanate) basic products by €200 per metric tonne in the Western and Eastern Europe region.  

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