Tronox finally closes Cristal TiO2 deal

By William Clarke
Published: Thursday, 11 April 2019

Tronox will become the world's second-largest TiO2 producer when it finally takes over Cristal after more than two years of negotiation with regulators.

Tronox has finally received regulatory approval to take over rival TiO2 producer Cristal after more than two years. 

The deal is "expected to close imminently".

First announced in February 2017, the deal will see the United States-based Tronox take control of its larger rival Cristal from from Tasnee, a Saudi...

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