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DOW

(Direct OverWrite) See magneto-optic disk.
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To say Dow hasn't suffered currency or credit losses is not to say the company has escaped unscathed by the dollar's recent strength; price cuts caused by the strong dollar cost Dow $400 million in revenue in the first quarter of 1998, and $500 million in the second.
Dow and Idemitsu both have composition-of-matter and applications patents, but the overwhelming preponderance were filed by Idemitsu, which has several hundred patents covering catalyst, material, process and applications, substantially more than any other company.
For these, Dow coined a marketing name of "plastomers," meaning they're rubbery but more rigid than elastomers.