FRANKFURT (Reuters) - BASF predicted on Monday that the Zhanjiang chemical complex it is building in southern China for up to 10 billion euros ($11.7 billion) would generate 4 to 5 billion euros in sales by 2030.
The German chemicals group said in presentation slides posted on its website that the Zhanjiang site would also likely turn a profit before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of 1 to 1.2 billion euros by 2030.
BASF has said that Zhanjiang, fuelled by economic growth in China, would ultimately become the company’s third-largest production site after its Ludwigshafen headquarters and a complex in Antwerp, Belgium.
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Reporting by Ludwig Burger and Patricia Weiss; Editing by Madeline Chambers
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