Huntsman profits from Q1 titanium dioxide price rises

By John Ollett
Published: Wednesday, 02 May 2012

“We expect to continue to raise our selling prices,” says CEO

Huntsman Corp.’s revenues for its pigment division rose to $424m year on year, while volume sold declined by 16%, according to its Q1 results.

This was facilitated by a 36% hike in the average selling prices of pigments, driven by the increase in costs for the key raw...

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