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37 million tons which included heavy and light polyethylene, gas condensate, propane, butane, butadiene-1 and 3, polypropylene, , Styrene monomer, sulfur, mono- and di-ethylene glycol and raffinate, worth $1.
However, given past problems with heparin, di-ethylene glycol and melamine poisoning, quality issues have become paramount.
Health inspectors found some tubes contained di-ethylene glycol - which can cause vomiting, kidney failure, breathing problems, coma and even death in large doses.
However, given recent problems with heparin, di-ethylene glycol and melamine poisoning, quality issues have become paramount.
DEG World Trade Review of 2008 is a comprehensive study of global trade in 2008 in di-ethylene glycol.