FMC's $1.64bn sale of soda ash arm to Tronox clears antitrust

By Josie Shillito
Published: Tuesday, 03 March 2015

FMC is one step closer to becoming fully focused on lithium, now that the sale of its soda ash business to Tronox has cleared the antitrust review.

FMC Corp.’s $1.64bn sale of its alkali business to Tronox has cleared the antitrust review, according to a statement by the diversified chemicals company. 

The divestment of the alkali chemicals business to Tronox is a strategic move by FMC...

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