Kemia-Kemi 6/2003

EDITORIAL
Buy nothing?
Leena Laitinen
4
Delayed Recovery?
Hannu Vornamo
6
The Finnish Chemical Industry in 2002
Another Poor Year
Pasi Ahde
10
Environment, Health and Safety in 2002
Safety 24h, REACH and Employee Participation
Aimo Kastinen
14
Focus on Knowledge and Networking
Concern About Public R&D Funding Growing
Riitta Juvonen
18
Bioindustry at the Turning Point
Carmela Kantor-Aaltonen
22
Life Sciences Boosted by Venture Capital Financing
Hannele Kuusi
24
Expectations in Biotechnology
From Optimism to Pessimism – and Back to Optimism
Jani Saarinen, Bernd Ebersberger and Mari Rantanen
29
Finnish Plastics Industry Invests in Education and Training
Kari Teppola
32
The Finnish Rubber Industry, Small and Flexible
A Very Mixed Year
Tuula Rantalaiho
34
The Landscape of the Oil Industry is Changing
Seppo Mikkonen and Heikki Sierla
36
Kemira’s Operating  Income Expected to Improve
Tauno Pihlava
40
Pharmaceutical Industry Trends in 2002
Growth in Medicine Sales Slower
Jarmo Lehtonen
44
Paper and Paperboard
Production Up Marginally
Antti Salomaa
46
Cosmetics, Toiletries and Detergents
Growth Better Than the General Trend
Stig Granqvist
49
The Paint and Printing Ink Industries
No Change Expected Before 2004
Aimo Kastinen
51
Global Markets Affect Industrial Gas Sales
Jukka Gustafsson
53
Finnish Metal Industry
Three Titans Maintain Their Positions
Sirpa Smolsky
55
Industrial Minerals in 2002
Paper Minerals Lead the Way in Strong Performance
Lennart Laurén
57
A Challenging Year for Crop Protection
Johannes Hahl
59
Pesticide Sales in 2002
Upward Trend Continues
Mervi-Leena Savela, Eija-Leena Hynninen and Hans Blomqvist
61
Suhdanneodotukset heikkenivät
Kemianteollisuudessa yllättävä käänne
64
Euroopan kemianteollisuudella toinen peräkkäinen huono vuosi
Irakin sota synkensi näkymät
74
TÄTÄ MIELTÄ
Kuvat, kemia ja kemian kuva
Jan Lundell
75
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