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Date:5/12/2009

mical companies that produce in Germany can come out ahead of the competition in international markets," said Pfeiffer.

In addition to investments by the chemical industry and the related processing industries, companies in renewable energies are increasingly seeking proximity to chemical parks, especially in photovoltaics, biopolymers, and biofuels. This demand is notably visible in R&D-intensive investment projects.

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