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  • adv. In a captive manner

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Examples

  • But the proposal is unlikely to affect big-ticket investments such as these as profitability could be hard to determine when the resources are captively consumed.

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  • Because they use their chlorine captively, these producers sell only two products on the open market-PVC and caustic soda, a co-product of chlorine in the chlor-alkali process.

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  • This year we expect to meet the entire requirement captively from our mines.

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  • So that will definitely add to the bottom line of the company because 60-70% would be captively consumed, and the balance

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