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The corporations accused were Union Carbide Corporation, Union Carbide Indian Limited, and Union Carbide Eastern, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of UCC, based in Hong Kong but incorporated in the United States.
In 1989, Union Carbide Corporation made an out-of-court settlement of $470 million.
For example, many of the early developments in supercritical fluid spray technology, by such companies as Union Carbide Corporation and S.C.
"The CBI has moved an application in a Delhi court seeking extradition of the then Union Carbide Corporation Chairman Warren Anderson in the Bhopal Gas tragedy case.
The American management of Union Carbide Corporation (now part of Dow Chemicals) was withdrawn shortly after the disaster.
In Union Carbide, Union Carbide Corporation (UCC) was seeking an additional $8.4 million research credit for tax years 1994 and 1995.
The Bhopal plant was owned and operated by Union Carbide India, Limited, an Indian company with Union Carbide Corporation as a majority shareholder.
The work may also be read as an obituary of the Union Carbide Corporation, however, which after the Bhopal catastrophe fell on hard times and in 2001 became a wholly owned subsidiary of Dow Chemical.
Colon spent 17 years with Union Carbide Corporation, where he held a number of director level positions, both technical and business, with UCAR Emulsion Systems, which was Carbide's latex business.
The group represented such prestigious clients as Trader Joe(1)s, INVESCO, RREEF, Union Carbide Corporation, Beechwood Mountain Realty, LLC, and Midwest Air Technologies.
Both Union Carbide Corporation and the state and national Indian governments may deserve the constant accusations aimed at them in The Bhopal Saga, but this is almost a distraction.
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