SAO PAULO, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Brazil's petrochemical company Braskem and Japan's Toyota Tsusho Corp said they have signed an agreement to sell green polyethylene, produced from Brazil sugar cane, in Japan and other Asian countries. The commercial contract, which was signed two years before the planned startup of Braskem's green plastics plant, involves about one-quarter of its initial output. "The market for green resin has been very promising, and the deal with Toyota is a sign of ...
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