Chemicals and energy company Sasol on Thursday reported a big drop in revenue in its chemicals business on the back of a slowdown in the key Chinese market and economic headwinds in Europe.

Combined sales volumes of chemicals at its operations in Africa, the US and Europe rose 4% in the six months to end-December, though revenue was down 21% as the average basket price for its products fell 24% from the same period a year earlier...

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