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Company Response

21 Mar 2022

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BASF

BASF response

...We are supporting our employees as best as we can in this difficult situation. Most of our employees are still in Ukraine. We are taking measures to ensure their personal safety. A few employees and their family members already crossed the border and are supported by BASF teams in neighboring countries...

Since March 3, BASF does not conduct new business in Russia and Belarus. An exception are products supporting food production, as the war holds the risk to trigger a global food crisis. We are following political decisions and are adhering to applicable laws, regulations and international rules. We also take responsibility for the safety of our chemical production sites in Russia and continue with their maintenance...

In light of these facts, we continue to support business activities and our customers in Ukraine as much as possible to prepare for the upcoming season and continue to supply customers in Russia with products supporting food production in line with the position stated above.

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