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WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 23, 2012) - The American Chemistry Council (ACC) approved at its annual board of directors meeting last month the Associate membership of PwC U.S., one of the world's leading management consultancies and Genpact, a global leader in business process and technology management services.

"ACC membership continues to grow and diversify. We deliver value, results and opportunities that provide our members with an immediate return, and as two of the world's leading business process management and consulting firms, these companies know a sound investment when they see one," said ACC President and CEO Cal Dooley

ACC members are the leading companies engaged in all aspects of the business of chemistry, from the largest corporations to the smallest. With three categories of membership, ACC represents more than 85 percent of the chemical manufacturing capacity in the United States as well as enterprises throughout the value stream.

"Genpact is honored to join the influential American Chemistry Council, as it will provide significant opportunities for gaining key industry insights and access to research," said Patrick Cogny, senior vice president and business leader, Infrastructure, Manufacturing and Services, Genpact. "We look forward to contributing our expertise to the decision-making process of ACC's member companies."

"Chemicals are a core practice area for PwC, and we are delighted to be part of the ACC as we believe that we can provide insight into the complex challenges and opportunities facing the chemicals industry," said A.J. Scamuffa, U.S. chemicals leader for PwC. "With the ever changing regulatory environment and an increased global focus on sustainability, we look forward to sharing economic and industry intelligence about the many issues that chemical executives are dealing with."

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