Kemia-Kemi 6/2002

EDITORIAL
Tradition and Change
Leena Laitinen
4
A Year of Bad News
Hannu Vornamo and Pasi Ahde
6
The Finnish Chemical Industry in 2001
Production Declined Slightly
Pasi Ahde
10
Responsible Care Ten Years Down the Line
Solid Results, Life Cycle Management of Products the New Focus
Aimo Kastinen
14
Biotechnology at the Crossroads
Saara Hassinen
19
The Finnish Plastics Industry and an Enlarging European Union
Kari Teppola
21
Tough Year for the Finnish Rubber Industry, but Expectations are Optimistic
Tuula Rantalaiho
24
Tightening Rules of the Oil Game
Industry Prepearing for Sulphur-free Products
Veli-Matti Ropponen
26
Kemira’s Full-year Earnings Outlook Close to 2001 Level
Tauno Pihlava
31
Pharmaceutical Industry Trends in 2001
Jarmo Lehtonen
36
Downturn in the Finnish Paper Industry
Kari Nurmi and Antti Salomaa
39
A Moderately Good Year for Cosmetics, Toiletries and Detergents
Stig Granqvist
42
The Paint and Printing Ink Industries
Domestic Demand Marginally Down, Exports Up
Aimo Kastinen
44
Role of Industrial Gas Companies in Transition
From Traditional Gas Suppliers to Partners Providing Solutions
Jukka Gustafsson
47
Metals Industry Undergoes Important Changes in a Mixed Year
Sirpa Smolsky
51
Industrial Minerals in 2001
Stability Without Excitement
Lennart Laurén
56
Crop Protection in 2001
Tuula Hiltunen
58
Pesticide Sales in Finland in 2001
Mervi-Leena Savela, Eija-Leena Hynninen, and Hans Blomqvist
61
Europe Needs a Coherent Industrial Policy
Cooperation with US One Solution to EU’s Chemical Testing Problem
Veikko Antila
64
Sipoon yläasteen ryhmä menestyi Ceficin kilpailussa
Veikko Antila
66
TÄÄLLÄ BRYSSEL
Eurooppalaista entropiaa
Arto Jokinen
67

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