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Borden Graphics Group Raises Prices of Corrugated Products.

Borden Chemical's graphics group has announced it will raise the price of printing inks supplied to the corrugated industry by 6 to 7 percent, effective Jan. 1, 2001. Borden attributed the increases to a rise in the costs of raw materials for corrugated inks, as well as significantly higher freight costs.

Borden's graphics group was recently purchased by Color Resolutions International, a new company led by senior managers of the printing ink unit. Borden said the purchase was scheduled to be completed by Nov. 22.
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