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February 1, 1989
A state-owned West German steel firm said it has evidence that blueprints supplied by its subsidiary for a chemical factory in Hong Kong may have been sent to Libya to help build a reported poison gas plant there. The company, Salzgitter AG, and the Finance Ministry in Bonn said in separate statements that a probe of the Salzgitter subsidiary uncovered a reference to Rabta, Libya, in a 1985 letter from Imhausen-Chemie.
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February 1, 1989
A state-owned West German steel firm said it has evidence that blueprints supplied by its subsidiary for a chemical factory in Hong Kong may have been sent to Libya to help build a reported poison gas plant there. The company, Salzgitter AG, and the Finance Ministry in Bonn said in separate statements that a probe of the Salzgitter subsidiary uncovered a reference to Rabta, Libya, in a 1985 letter from Imhausen-Chemie.
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February 6, 1989
More than 100 firms from West Germany, Europe and the United States helped build the chemical plant in Libya that Washington says is intended to produce poison gas, the head of a West German company said. He did not identify any of the firms.
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