S. Korea's SK touts its development of CO2-based plastics


BEIJING (June 18, 11 a.m. ET) -- South Korean conglomerate SK Chemicals believes the key to surviving as a plastics manufacturer over the long-term is to become much more efficient with existing fossil-fuel feedstocks and develop non-fossil fuel alternatives like making plastics from carbon dioxide.

The Seoul-based company, for example, plans to bring ...
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