LG Chem to acquire NanoH2O for $200 million

South Korean chemical manufacturer LG Chem recently revealed plans to acquire reverse osmosis (RO) membrane producer NanoH2O (see the January 30, 2013 LRWJ) for $200 million. Neither company has yet commented on the planned acquisition. NanoH2O uses a nanoparticle-embedded polyamide film over a p...

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