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Wed, Nov 2 2016

BRIEF-BASF strengthens collaboration with HP for production-ready 3D printing materials development

* Strengthens collaboration with HP for production-ready 3D printing materials development Source text - http://on.basf.com/2fcrWhj Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)

Third firefighter dies after BASF chemical blast

FRANKFURT A third firefighter has died of his injuries following last week's explosion at the headquarters of German chemicals group BASF, the company said on Saturday.

Third firefighter dies after BASF chemical blast

FRANKFURT, Oct 29 A third firefighter has died of his injuries following last week's explosion at the headquarters of German chemicals group BASF, the company said on Saturday.

CORRECTED-Oil, agchem units helped BASF beat Q3 market view

LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany, Oct 27 Quarterly earnings at BASF's oil business and farming pesticides division exceeded initial expectations by the widest margins, prompting the chemicals group to publish group profit ahead of schedule earlier this month, detailed results released on Thursday showed.

BRIEF-S.Africa's Competition Tribunal approves BASF, Rockwood and Chemetall deal

* Has reserved judgment on the proposed merger between RMH and target company Propertuity

RPT-BRIEF-SA's Competition Commission approves BASF, Rockwood and Chemtall deal

* Has recommended to tribunal an approval, without conditions, in large merger whereby BASF intends to acquire Rockwood and Chemetall US

BRIEF-SA's Competition Commission approves BASF, Rockwood and Chemtall deal

* Has recommended to tribunal an approval, without conditions, in large merger whereby BASF intends to acquire Rockwood and Chemetall US

BASF to gradually resume chemical production after accident

FRANKFURT German chemical giant BASF said on Wednesday it would gradually restart production again of key petrochemical sites at its Ludwigshafen headquarters after a deadly fire and explosion on Monday had forced it to close them.

UPDATE 1-BASF to gradually resume chemical production after accident

* BASF circumvents disaster area to supply sites with feedstock (Adds background on blast, force majeure declaration)

At least two dead in explosion at German BASF chemical plant

FRANKFURT At least two people died and six were severely injured on Monday in an explosion and fire at chemicals maker BASF's biggest production site in Germany, the company said.

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