Chemtura offloading its agrichemicals business: Benefitting the balance sheet but selling itself short

Middlebury, Connecticut-based Chemtura announced in April that it intends to offload its agrichemicals business while retaining its specialty chemicals business. In a planned sale to Platform Specialty Products, Chemtura will sell its Chemtura AgroSolutions (CAS) division for approximately $1 bil...

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