Kemia-Kemi 6/2005

EDITORIAL
Explosive Chemistry
Leena Laitinen
5
Growth is Elsewhere
Hannu Vornamo and Pasi Ahde
6
The Finnish Chemical Industry in 2004
Mixed Feelings
Pasi Ahde
10
Finnish Chemical Industry
Co-operation Strengthens Research and Development
Riitta Juvonen
14
The National Technology Agency of Finland
Building on Multidisciplinary Innovations
Pirjo Kyläkoski
20
REACH Proposal at First Reading
Industry Insists on Legislation That Works in Practice
Aimo Kastinen
24
Co-operation Is the Strength of the Finnish Biosector
Europe Must Join Forces
Saara Hassinen
28
Sustainable Development in Finnish Biotechnology
Turning Threats into Opportunities
Raine Hermans and Martti Kulvik
30
Finnish Plastics Industry
Invests in Nearby Markets
Kari Teppola
34
Pulp and Paper Industry
Competition Gets Tougher, Finland Still Going Strong?
Maija Vihma and Susanna Kurkinen
38
Nanotechnology – a Priority Area
Markku Lämsä, Pekka Koponen,
41
Paint and Printing Ink Industries
A Clear Turn Towards Growth
Aimo Kastinen
44
Kemira in 2004
Major Restructuring Paves the Path from Good to Great
Kari Savolainen
46
New Actors Emerge in the Rubber Industry
Tuula Rantalaiho
50
Positive Developments on the Finnish Oil Market
Juha Rouhiainen
52
Industrial Minerals
Faith in the Future
Håkan Pihl
54
Moderate Growth in the Pharmaceutical Market
Sirkka Aaltonen
56
Cosmetics, Toiletries and Detergents
Sales Need More Wind
Stig Granqvist
59
Industrial Gases
Are Hydrogen and Biogas the Future of the Industrial Gas Business?
Pauli Toiviainen
61
AJANKOHTAISTA
Tiukentunut lainsäädäntö lisää huumetestauksen luotettavuutta
63
UUTISIA
Lupa tappaa – etanoita ja kotiloita
Ekokem eturiviin kilpailussa yhdyskuntajätteen poltosta
64
JOKISEN EVÄÄT
Loma koomassa
Arto Jokinen
71
ULKOMAILTA 72
JULKAISUJA 74
HENKILÖUUTISIA 75
SEURASIVUT 77
KSENONIT 78

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