US: Invista files lawsuit over nylon trade secrets
By just-style.com | 14 November 2008
Fibre producer Invista has filed a lawsuit against chemical company Rhodia for alleged theft and misappropriation of a chemical process technology used in the production of nylon 6,6.
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