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The multinational chemical manufacturer weathered supply-chain constraints and inflated raw-materials prices to deliver a very strong 2021. The company announced revenue of $55 billion in 2021, a 42.6% increase over 2020. Most of Dow’s growth came from its packaging and specialty plastics sales, as the company was able to take advantage of supply bottlenecks and maintain high prices for its products. In 2022, however, Dow is expected to face even higher raw-material and energy costs, as well as the ramifications of suspending its purchases of feedstocks and energy from Russia.
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