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Global Petrochemical Prices Fell 3% in September

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Export a Butterfly, Stung By Bee – I.S.

Houston-based FMC Technologies recently agreed to pay $610,000 to settle charges that it had exported butterfly valves on 78 occasions without required export licenses from the Bureau of Industry and Security. This ouch-sized fine, which followed a voluntary disclosure by FMC, is almost twice the $304,141 value of the exported valves.

 

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