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Posted on April 27th, 2016 by Dr. Kai Pflug in Chemical R&D
Many markets in China, including the one for chemicals, have seen a shift towards a stronger mid-level from a previous relatively straightforward split between a small high-end segment of mainly imported products and a much larger low-end segment. Continue reading “China´s Mid-market for Chemicals and Innovation” »
Posted on March 29th, 2016 by Michael D. Brown in New Materials & Applications
As mentioned in an earlier blog, brilliant innovation that misses the market commercially is a common mode of failure of new product launches in the chemical industry. Continue reading “The Value of Propositions” »
Posted on February 10th, 2016 by Dr. Kai Pflug in Chemical R&D
In one of my previous posts, I described a certain slowdown in R&D activities in China on the part of multinational companies. My post today is a pledge to chemical companies to keep and expand R&D activities in China, as I am convinced that China will be the key future location of chemical R&D. Continue reading “China – the Future of Chemical R&D” »