BASF: growth in China could be muted until yr-end
FRANKFURT, July 26
FRANKFURT, July 26 (Reuters) - BASF's Chief Executive Kurt Bock said economic growth in China, one of the chemical maker's key growth markets, could remain subdued until the end of the year.
He added, however, that the company would clearly earn its cost of capital this year, an indicator of its ability to increase or at least maintain its annual dividend per share. (Reporting by Ludwig Burger)
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