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List of chemical companies producing toxic chemicals used in Vietnam War

In order to help readers understand more about the struggle for justice of Vietnamese victims of AO/Dioxin, the Vietnam Agent Orange Magazine would like to introduce the list of 37 chemical companies directly involving in the production of toxic chemicals used by the U.S military in Vietnam War.

In order to help readers understand more about the struggle for justice of Vietnamese victims of AO/Dioxin, the Vietnam Agent Orange Magazine would like to introduce the list of 37 chemical companies directly involving in the production of toxic chemicals used by the U.S military in Vietnam War.

1. The Dow Chemical Company: founded under Delaware’s law, registered and operates in New York.

2. Monsanto Company: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

3. Monsanto Chemical Company: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

4. Pharmacia Corporation: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

5. Hercules Incorporated: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

6. Occidental Chemical Corporation: founded under New York’s law; registered and operates in New York.

7. Ultramar Diamond Shamrock Corporation: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

8. Maxus Energy Corporation: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

9. Thompson Hayward Chemical Company: founded under Missouri’s law; registered and operates in New York.

10. Thompson Hayward Chemical Company: founded under Missouri’s law; registered and operates in New York.

11. Thompson Hayward Chemical Company: founded under New Jersey’s law; registered and operates in New York.

12. Uniroyal Chemical Inc: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

13. Uniroyal Chemical Holding Company: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

14. Uniroyal Chemical Acquisition Corporation: founded under New Jersey’s law; registered and operates in New York.

15. C.D.U Holding Inc: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

16. Diamond Shamrock Agricultural Chemicals, Inc: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

17. Diamond Shamrock Chemicals: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

18. Diamond Shamrock Chemicals Company: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

19 Diamond Shamrock Corporation: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

20 Diamond Shamrock Refining and Marketing Company: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

21 Occidential Electro Chemicals Corporation: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

22 Diamond Alkali Company: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

23 Ansul, Incorporated: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

24 Hooker Chemical Corporation: founded under New York’s law; registered and operates in New York.

25 Hooker Chemical Far East Corporation: founded under New York’s law; registered and operates in New York.

26 Hooker Chemicals & Plastics Corp: founded under New York’s law; registered and operates in New York.

27 Wyeth, Hoffman Taff Chemicals, Inc: founded under New York’s law; registered and operates in New York.

28 Chemical Land Holdings, Inc: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

29 T-H Agriculture & Nutrition Company, Inc: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

30 Thompson Chemical Corporation: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

31 Thompson Chemical Corporation: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

32 Elementis Chemicals Inc: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

33 United States Rubber Company, Inc: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

34 Syntex Agribusiness Inc: founded under Delaware’s law; registered and operates in New York.

35 American Home Products Corporation

36 Valero Energy Corporation

37. Some or all of the above-mentioned defendants are successors-in-interest, parent companies, subsidiaries, or exist in other types that relate to the main subject which is referred in this document as defendant. They are the producers and providers of the herbicide and are legally responsible for actions of the main defendants. Basing on our information, some of them have changed their company names or merged with others with an attempt to shirk their responsibility in compensating for their production and supply of herbicide.

Defendant “ABC Chemical Companies 1 – 100”, whether assumed or true names, or other entities that beyond the plaintiff’s knowledge, are producers and suppliers of the herbicide used in the Vietnam War between 1961 and 1975, or the successors-in-interest for liability purposes.

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