A survey of CEOs from the chemical industry reveal that they remain generally cautious in their outlook for 2010, writes analyst Paul Hodges in this ICIS blog post. "Overall, there are no signs of a self-sustaining, long-term recovery," said BASF CEO Jürgen Hambrecht. Meanwhile, Dow Chemical's CEO believes that unemployment and the wavering effect of stimulus programs will continue to slow the industry's growth.

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