Natural and manmade imbalances kept raw material companies on their toes in 2004-5, affecting pricing and competitive strategies. High profile manufacturers vowed to hold the line on quality protocols despite intense price competition; but others have simply chosen not to play in higher-risk or commodity markets.
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