Chemicals company DSM said on Monday it had been hit by technical problems at its agrarian division in the Netherlands.
The problems, at an ammonia plant, developed in early June and will probably continue until October. The production halt will cost the company between €25m and €30m but there is no reason to lower its full-year outlook, DSM said.
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