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    Posted on Oct 1, 2016

    K-Pop Idol Group Or Chemical Corporation?

    How well do you know your K-pop idol groups? Or are you a fan of the chemical industry? See if you can tell them apart based on names only.

    1. DSM

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      Chemical corporation!

      Koninklijke DSM N.V. (Royal DSM, commonly known as DSM), is a Dutch multinational active in the fields of health, nutrition and materials. Headquartered in Heerlen, at the end of 2015 DSM employed 20,750 people in 50 countries and posted net sales of €7,722m.[1]

      Via DSM
    2. Arkema

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      Chemical corporation!

      Arkema is a leading specialty chemicals and advanced materials company headquartered in Colombes, near Paris, France.[2] Created in 2004 when French oil major Total restructured its chemicals business, Arkema was introduced at the Paris stock exchange in May 2006. With a turnover of 7.7 billion €, Arkema has 19,000 employees in more than 50 countries, 13 research centers worldwide, and a total of 137 production plants in Europe, North America and Asia.[2] Arkema is organized into three business segments: Coating Solutions, Industrial Chemicals and Performance Products.[3]

      Via Arkema
    3. ASTRO

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      K-pop!

      Astro (Hangul: 아스트로) (stylized as ASTRO) is a South Korean boy band formed by Fantagio in 2015. The group is composed of six members: Jinjin, MJ, Eunwoo, Moonbin, Rocky, and Sanha.[1] On August 14, Fantagio released information about the new group via their social media, including pictures and profiles of each member and the announcement of the group's name.[2] Astro released their debut mini album Spring Up on February 23, 2016.[3] The members started out as trainees under Fantagio iTeen, a rookie talent development program under Fantagio Entertainment, and were known as iTeen Boys. Following the same technique Fantagio used to form 5urprise, Astro starred in a web drama series, To Be Continued, in August 2015.[4] The members starred as themselves along with Kim Sae-ron, 5urprise member Seo Kang-joon, and Hello Venus.[5] In January 2016, Astro starred in their own reality show, Astro OK! Ready, which was aired on MBC Every1 at 7PM KST.[6] The group also made an appearance on the KBS variety show Star Golden Bell.[7]

      Via Fantagio
    4. KNK

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      K-pop!

      KNK (Hangul: 크나큰; RR: Keunakeun, lit. "great" or "to be great") is a five-member South Korean boy band under YNB Entertainment, the company's first male idol group.[1] KNK is an initialism which stands for K-pop kNocK (Hangul: 케이팝 노크). It means "to knock on the door of K-pop with their music." They held their debut showcase on February 29, 2016 and officially released their debut single album entitled Knock on March 3, 2016.[2]

      Via YNB Entertainment
    5. JJCC

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      K-pop!

      JJCC (pronounced J-J-C-C, Hangul: 제이제이씨씨) is a seven-member South Korean hip-hop boy group formed under the management of Jackie Chan Group Korea.[1][2] The group debuted in March 14, 2014 with five members: E.co, Eddy, SimBa, San-Cheong, and Prince Mak who performed live on MNet M Countdown.[3] Their debut single entitled At First was then released on March 24.[4] JJCC is the first K-pop idol group to be formed by Jackie Chan.[5] During their "Where You At" promotions, new members Zica and Yul joined.[6]

      Via Jackie Chan Group Korea
    6. DIC

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      Chemical corporation!

      DIC Corporation (DIC株式会社 Dī Ai Shī Kabushiki-gaisha?) is Japanese chemical company, specializing in the development, manufacture and sale of inks, pigments, polymers, specialty plastics and compounds and biochemicals.[4] It was founded in 1908 as Kawamura Ink Manufactory, renamed to Kawamura Kijuro Shoten in 1915, incorporated as Dainippon Printing Ink Manufacturing in 1937 and renamed to Dainippon Ink and Chemicals (DIC) in 1962 before the name was changed to the present name DIC Corporation in 2008 on the occasion of its 100th anniversary.[5] The company slogan "Color & Comfort By Chemistry" emphasizes that DIC products should deliver color and comfort to daily life. The company operates worldwide (through 176 subsidiary and affiliate companies in 62 countries) and includes the Sun Chemical corporation, based in the Americas and Europe.[1] DIC in Japan has 10 plants in Japan, located in Tokyo, Chiba, Hokuriku, Sakai, Kashima, Yokkaichi, Shiga, Komaki, Saitama, and Tatebayashi. The main research laboratory in Japan is located in Sakura, Chiba cooperating with DIC development centers in China (Qingdao DIC Finechemicals Co., Ltd., Qingdao, China) and the Sun Chemical Group's research laboratories (in USA, Germany and UK).[6] The company is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

      Via DIC
    7. BTL

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      K-pop!

      BTL (Korean: 비티엘; stylized as BTL), also known as Beyond The Limit, is a South Korean boy band signed under Kiroy Company. The group consisted of nine members: Jisu, Jean.Paul, Jay, Robin, DoKa, Q.L, Max, Allen, and YuA. They released their debut single "Too-G" (투지; Tuji) on May 15, 2014 under LOEN Entertainment. They were scheduled to release their second title song "Gold Moon" in the like-titled mini-album on July 23, 2015, but the mini-album was only released as a promotional album in Hong Kong.

      Via Kiroy Company
    8. BP

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      Chemical corporation!

      BP plc,[4][5] also referred to by its former name, British Petroleum, is a British multinational oil and gas company headquartered in London, England. It is one of the world's seven oil and gas "supermajors",[6] whose performance in 2012 made it the world's sixth-largest oil and gas company, the sixth-largest energy company by market capitalization[7] and the company with the world's fifth-largest revenue (turnover).[8][9] It is a vertically integrated company operating in all areas of the oil and gas industry, including exploration and production, refining, distribution and marketing, petrochemicals, power generation and trading. It also has renewable energy interests in biofuels and wind power. As of 31 December 2015, BP had operations in more than 70 countries, produced around 3.3 million barrels per day (520,000 m3/d) of oil equivalent, and had total proved reserves of 17.18 billion barrels (2.731×109 m3) of oil equivalent.[1] The company has around 17,200 service stations worldwide.[10] Its largest division is BP America in the United States. In Russia BP owns a 19.75% stake in Rosneft, the world's largest publicly traded oil and gas company by hydrocarbon reserves and production. BP has a primary listing on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index. It has secondary listings on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange.

      Via BP
    9. DIA

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      K-pop!

      DIA (Korean: 다이아; shortened from DIAMOND and acronym for Do It Amazing) is a South Korean girl group formed by MBK Entertainment in 2015. The group consists of seven members: Eunice, Huihyeon, Jenny, Yebin, Eunjin, Chaeyeon, and Eunchae. Their album, Do It Amazing was released on September 14, 2015.

      Via MBK Entertainment
    10. 24K

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      K-pop!

      24K (Korean: 투포케이) is a South Korean boy group formed under Choeun Entertainment in 2012. They debuted on September 6, 2012 with the mini album Hurry Up. The current lineup consists of Cory, Sungoh, Kisu, Jeonguk, Hui, Changsun, Jinhong, and Hongseob. On August 11, 2016 Sungoh and Daeil did not participate for their single, "Still 24K". Hongseob and Changsun were brought in as backup members to remain as a seven-member group instead.[1]

      Via Choeun Entertainment
    11. CLC

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      K-pop!

      CLC (Hangul: 씨엘씨) is a South Korean girl group formed by Cube Entertainment in 2015. The group consists of Seunghee, Yujin, Seungyeon, Sorn, Yeeun, Elkie and Eunbin. CLC is an initialism which stands for CrystaL Clear.[1] CLC made their debut with the release of their EP First Love on March 19, promoting the title track Pepe.[2]

      Via Cube Entertainment
    12. Imfact

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      K-pop!

      Imfact (Hangul: 임팩트) is a South Korean boy band under Star Empire Entertainment,[1] formed in 2016. Their debut mini-album Lollipop was released on January 27, 2016.

      Via Star Empire Entertainment
    13. Infinite H

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      K-pop!

      Infinite H (Korean: 인피니트H; stylized as INFINITE H) is the first official sub-unit of South Korean boy group Infinite formed under Woollim Entertainment in 2013. The sub-group consists of Infinite members Dongwoo and Hoya. The sub-unit debuted with their mini album titled Fly High in January 2013.[1]

      Via Woollim Entertainment
    14. Lanxess

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      Chemical corporation!

      Lanxess Aktiengesellschaft (styled as LANXESS) is a specialty chemicals group[2] based in Cologne, Germany. The group was founded in 2004 with the spin-off of the chemicals division and parts of the polymers segment from Bayer AG. Lanxess' core business is the development, manufacturing and marketing of plastics, rubber, intermediates and specialty chemicals. The company is listed in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and FTSE4Good Index. Lanxess is the ninth largest chemicals group in Germany in terms of sales. Shares in Lanxess AG were listed in Germany’s DAX from September 24, 2012 to September 21, 2015 and currently form part of MDAX, a midcap index.

      Via Lanxess
    15. Sasol

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      Chemical corporation!

      Sasol Limited is an integrated energy and chemical company based in Johannesburg, South Africa. The company was formed in 1950 in Sasolburg, South Africa, and is the world's first oil-from-gas company.[2] It develops and commercialises technologies, including synthetic fuels technologies, and produces different liquid fuels, chemicals and electricity.[3] Sasol is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE: SOL) and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: SSL). Major shareholders include the South African Government Employees Pension Fund,[4] Industrial Development Corporation[5] of South Africa Limited (IDC), Allan Gray Investment Counsel,[6] Coronation Fund Managers, Investec Asset Management,[7] and others.[8] Sasol employs 30,400 people worldwide and has operations in 36 countries.[9] It is the largest corporate taxpayer in South Africa.[10] On June 8, 2015 the President and Chief Operating Officer, David Constable announced he would not be renewing his contract when it expires on June 30, 2016. He will transition into an advisory role from July 2016.[11]

      Via Sasol
    16. A-Jax

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      K-pop!

      A-Jax (Korean: 에이젝스, stylized as A-JAX) is a South Korean boy band formed by DSP Media in 2012. Early in their career, the group was known as DSP Boyz but then was changed to A-Jax.[1] The group is composed of five (formerly seven) members: Hyeongkon, Yunyoung, Seungjin, Seungyeop, and Junghee. They made the first appearance on TV as a group on MBC Music's Making the Star - DSP Boyz in April 24, 2012. The group made its official debut with the single "One 4 U" in South Korea on June 1 and in Japan on August 8, 2012 with the same song.

      Via DSP Media
    17. UNIQ

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      K-pop!

      Uniq (Hangul: 유니크; stylized UNIQ) is a five-member Chinese-South Korean boy group formed by Chinese company Yuehua Entertainment in 2014.[1] The group consists of Zhou Yixuan, Kim Sungjoo, Li Wenhan, Cho Seungyoun, and Wang Yibo. Uniq officially debuted on October 20, 2014 with their debut single "Falling In Love" in both China and South Korea.[2]

      Via Yuehua Entertainment
    18. Mosaic

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      Chemical corporation!

      The Mosaic Company is a Fortune 500 company based in Plymouth, Minnesota, a Minneapolis suburb. Mosaic mines two key crop nutrients—phosphate and potash—and produces specialty products MicroEssentials, K-Mag and Pegasus. It is the largest U.S. producer of potash and phosphate fertilizer.[3]

      Via Mosaic
    19. VIXX LR

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      K-pop!

      VIXX LR (Korean: 빅스 LR) is the first official sub-unit of South Korean boy band VIXX formed by Jellyfish Entertainment. Established in August 2015, VIXX LR consists of VIXX's main vocalist Leo and rapper Ravi. The sub-unit debuted with their first mini album, entitled Beautiful Liar on August 17, 2015.[1][2]

      Via Jellyfish Entertainment
    20. Day6

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      K-pop!

      Day6 (Hangul: 데이식스, stylized as DAY6) is a South Korean rock band formed by JYP Entertainment. The group consists of five members: Jae, Sungjin, Young K, Wonpil, and Dowoon. Their debut EP, The Day, was released on September 7, 2015.

      Via JYP Entertainment
    21. Tosoh

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      Chemical corporation!

      Tosoh Corporation (東ソー株式会社 Tōsō Kabushiki-gaisha?) is a global chemical and specialty materials company. The company was founded in 1935 in Yamaguchi Prefecture, as Toyo Soda Manufacturing Co., Ltd.,[3] and in 1987 changed its name to Tosoh Corporation. Today, its corporate headquarters are in Tokyo, Japan. It began as a manufacturer of chlor-alkali and petrochemical commodities and feedstocks. Today it produces other kinds of products including electrolytic managenese dioxide (EMD), specialty polymers, fine chemicals, scientific instrumentation, thin-film materials (sputtering targets (sputtering deposition) and silica glass (quartz)), fabricated silica glass and water treatment technologies. The Tosoh Group globally comprises more than 130 companies, which include manufacturing facilities and sales/marketing offices in Japan, China, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, the UK, Greece, Switzerland and the United States.[2] The company is listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the Nikkei 225 stock index.[4][5]

      Via Tosoh
    22. 4TEN

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      K-pop!

      4Ten (Hangul:포텐, formerly POTEN), commonly stylized as 4TEN, is a South Korean girl group formed in 2014 by Jungle Entertainment. The group currently consists of four members: Hyeji, Hyejin, Hio, and Yun.

      Via Jungle Entertainment
    23. 4L

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      K-pop!

      4L (Hangul: 포엘, short for Four Ladies) was a South Korean girl group that debuted in 2014 with the single "Move" and disbanded in 2016.

      Via Jade Contents Media
    24. Evonik

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      Chemical corporation!

      Evonik Industries is an industrial corporation headquartered in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, one of the world's leading specialty chemicals companies, owned by RAG Foundation. It was created on 12 September 2007 as a result of restructuring of the mining and technology group RAG. Evonik Industries united the business areas of chemicals, energy and real estate of RAG, while mining operations continue to be carried out by RAG. Since then, the energy and real estate business areas have been divested, with no share being held in the former and a minority share still being held in the latter. Its specialty chemicals business generates around 80% of sales in areas in which it holds leading market positions. Evonik Industries employs about 33,000 people and carries out activities in more than 100 countries. The operating activities are organized into six business units which are a part of the chemicals business area. Evonik is the main sponsor of German football club Borussia Dortmund.[2]

      Via Evonik
    25. AkzoNobel

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      Chemical corporation!

      Akzo Nobel N.V., trading as AkzoNobel, is a Dutch multinational company, active in the fields of decorative paints, performance coatings and specialty chemicals. Headquartered in Amsterdam, the company has activities in more than 80 countries, and employs approximately 46,000 people. Sales in 2015 were EUR 14.9 billion.[1] Following the acquisition of ICI, the company has restructured on 2 January 2008, and rebranded itself on 25 April of the same year.

      Via AkzoNobel
    26. EXO-CBX

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      K-pop!

      On October 5, 2016, S.M. Entertainment announced the first sub-unit of EXO composed of three members: Chen, Baekhyun and Xiumin.[103] They have previously released the single "For You", as part of the soundtrack for SBS drama Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo. On October 23, they performed "For You" at Busan One Asia Festival as their first act as EXO-CBX.[104]On October 24, S.M. Entertainment announced that the sub-unit is called EXO-CBX and their first mini album "Hey Mama!" is set to be released on October 31.[105]

      Via Korea.net / Korean Culture and Information Service
    27. DMTN

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      K-pop!

      DMTN (abbreviation of Desire.Motivation.Timing.Now), previously known as Dalmatian (Korean: 달마시안), is a seven-member boyband based in South Korea, created and formerly managed by Monkey Funch Entertainment, which also manages MC Mong. The group consisted of Inati, Day Day, Donglim, Jeesu, Dari, and Daniel. Dalmatian released a 30-second music video teaser of their debut digital single, Round 1 on August 25, 2010. It was followed by the song and video's full release on September 1, 2010 and the group officially debuted on the following day on Mnet's music program M! Countdown.[1] On May 7, 2012, Dalmatian announced that Day Day had dropped out of their group due to personal reasons, and member Simon (who had left the group before debut due to personal reasons) would rejoin the group. Member, Dari enlisted in the military immediately after promotion for “That Man Opposed" ended in 2011, which resulted in his hiatus from the group. This left Dalmatian's lineup to consist of Inati, Jeesu, Daniel, Donglim, and Simon.[2] The group then changed its name to DMTN, following its move to a new label. Following member Daniel's drug controversy, the group has been put on hiatus, while the members pursue individuals activities.[3]

      Via Monkey Funch
    28. Infinite F

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      K-pop!

      Infinite F (Korean: 인피니트F; stylized as INFINITE F) is the second sub-group of South Korean boy group Infinite formed by Woollim Entertainment in 2014. The sub-group consists of Infinite vocalists: Sungyeol, L and Sungjong. The sub-group made their simultaneous Japanese and Korean debuts with the single albums Koi no Sign and Azure.

      Via Woollim Entertainment
    29. Syngenta

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      Chemical corporation!

      Syngenta AG is a global Swiss agribusiness that produces agrochemicals and seeds. As a biotechnology company, it conducts genomic research. It was formed in 2000 by the merger of Novartis Agribusiness and Zeneca Agrochemicals. As of 2014 Syngenta was the world’s largest crop chemical producer, strongest in Europe.[2] As of 2009 it ranked third in seeds and biotechnology sales.[3] Sales in 2015 were approximately US$13.4 billion, over half of which were in emerging markets.[1]

      Via Syngenta
    30. GP Basic

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      K-pop!

      GP Basic (Korean: 지피 베이직) was a South Korean girl group who debuted on August 15, 2010. At the time of their debut, they were considered to be the "youngest" South Korean girl group with an average age of below 13.5. The age of their youngest member, Janey, caused controversy followed by the debut of a much younger girl group, G-story, who were all below 10 years old. This led to new broadcasting regulations in South Korea.[1] Their official fanclub name was Spade.

      Via CJ E&M
    31. Borealis

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      Chemical corporation!

      Borealis AG is Europe's second and world`s eighth largest producer of polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP) and is headquartered in Vienna, Austria.

      Via Borealis
    32. BtoB

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      K-pop!

      BtoB (/ˈbiː.tuː.biː/; Korean: 비투비; acronym for Born to Beat) is a South Korean boy group formed in 2012 by Cube Entertainment. The group consists of Eunkwang, Minhyuk, Changsub, Hyunsik, Peniel, Ilhoon, and Sungjae. The group debuted on March 21, 2012, performing on M! Countdown with "Insane" and "Imagine".[1] They released their first full-length album, Complete, in 2015.[2]

      Via Cube Entertainment
    33. B1A4

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      K-pop!

      B1A4 (Korean: 비원에이포) is a South Korean idol group under the management of WM Entertainment. The group debuted in April 23, 2011 with the single "O.K" after their first introduction to the public through a webtoon. They have released two studio albums, six EPs and various singles in South Korea. The group began their foray into the Japanese market late 2011 with a showcase and in 2012, they released their first compilation album that consisted of all the tracks from their first two EPs Let's Fly and It B1A4. The group released remakes of two Korean singles, namely "Beautiful Target" and "Sleep Well, Good Night", as Japanese singles on June and August respectively, both peaking at number four on the Oricon weekly singles chart. Their debut Japanese album 1 was released in October 2012, with its music video released by Pony Canyon.[1]

      Via WM Entertainment
    34. Ineos

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      Chemical corporation!

      Ineos Group Limited (styled as INEOS) is a privately owned multinational chemicals company headquartered in Rolle, Switzerland, and with its registered office in Lyndhurst, Hampshire, UK. It is in the top ten chemicals manufacturing companies as measured by sales revenue.[2] Jim Ratcliffe is the founder, Chairman and 60 percent shareholder.[2] Ineos is organised into around 20 standalone business units, each with its own board.[2]

      Via Ineos
    35. ZE:A

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      K-pop

      ZE:A (Hangul: 제국의 아이들), also known as Children of Empire, is a South Korean boy band formed by Star Empire Entertainment in 2010. The group is composed of nine members: Kevin, Kwanghee, Siwan, Lee Hoo, Taeheon, Heechul, Minwoo, Hyungsik and Dongjun. The group released their debut single album Nativity with lead single "Mazeltov" on January 7, 2010,[1] alongside their showcase performance five days later. The group debuted on KBS's Music Bank on January 15, 2010.

      Via Star Empire Entertainment
    36. NCT U

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      K-pop!

      NCT (Hangul: 엔시티) is a K-pop boy group produced by S.M. Entertainment.[1][2] Their name stands for the Hallyu localization project Neo Culture Technology, a term coined by S.M. Entertainment founder Lee Soo-man to describe the group's concept of having an unlimited number of members[3][4][5] divided into multiple sub-units based in various cities worldwide.[6] The group's six-member main unit NCT U made their debut in April 2016 with the singles "The 7th Sense" and "Without You."[7][8] NCT 127, a seven-member unit based in Seoul, debuted in July 2016 with "Fire Truck". The third unit, NCT Dream, made their debut in August 2016. Subsequent units are expected to debut in Japan, Beijing and Shanghai.[9]

      Via SM Entertainment
    37. SABIC

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      Chemical corporation!

      SABIC (Saudi Arabia Basic Industries Corporation) Saudi diversified manufacturing company, active in chemicals and intermediates, industrial polymers, fertilizers, and metals.[2] It is the largest public company in Saudi Arabia, as listed in Tadawul, but the Saudi government still owns 70% of its shares. SABIC is also the largest listed company in the Middle East.[3] Private shareholders are from Saudi Arabia and other countries of the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). SABIC was the world's fourth largest chemical producer in 2013. It is currently the second largest global ethylene glycol producer and is expected to top the list after the introduction of new projects. SABIC is the third largest polyethylene manufacturer, the fourth largest polyolefins manufacturer, and the fourth largest polypropylene manufacturer.[4] SABIC is also the world’s largest producer of MTBE, granular urea, polycarbonate, polyphenylene and polyether imide. In 2014, SABIC was ranked fourth in the world among chemical companies by Fortune Global 500,[5] and the world’s 205th largest corporation.[6] In 2010, SABIC grew to be the second largest diversified chemical company, or first when measured only by asset value. Measured over all its branches, it became (as of 2014) the world's 98th largest corporation on the Forbes Global 2000 ranking (which lists only publicly traded companies), with sales revenues of $50.4 billion, profits of $6.7 billion and assets standing at $90.4 billion.[7] The company is based in Riyadh and has interests in 17 affiliated companies, which range from full ownership to significant partial participation.

      Via SABIC
    38. iKON

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      K-pop!

      iKon (Hangul: 아이콘), stylized as iKON, is a South Korean boy band formed in 2015 by YG Entertainment. The group was first introduced in the reality survival program WIN: Who is Next as "Team B." After that, Team B went on to appear in the 2014 reality survival program Mix & Match, which determined the final seven-member lineup of iKon: B.I, Bobby, Jinhwan, Junhoe, Yunhyeong, Donghyuk and Chanwoo. According to YG Entertainment CEO Yang Hyun-suk, the group's name derives from the intent to become an 'icon for Korea', hence the 'K'.[1] The group made their debut on 15 September 2015, through the digital release of their first single "My Type" from their first studio album Welcome Back. Their first broadcast live performance was on 15 October 2015, on SBS's Inkigayo.[2] As of March 2016, the group has sold over 270,000 physical albums, and over 4.5 million digital records.[citation needed]

      Via YG Entertainment
    39. Sinopec

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      Chemical corporation!

      China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (中国石油化工股份有限公司), or Sinopec Limited (simplified Chinese: 中国石化; traditional Chinese: 中國石化; pinyin: Zhōngguó Shíhuà), is a Chinese oil and gas company based in Beijing, China. It is listed in Hong Kong and also trades in Shanghai and New York. Sinopec Limited's parent, Sinopec Group, is one of the major state-owned petroleum energy and chemicals companies in China, headquartered in Chaoyang District, Beijing.[4] Sinopec's business includes oil and gas exploration, refining, and marketing; production and sales of petrochemicals, chemical fibers, chemical fertilizers, and other chemical products; storage and pipeline transportation of crude oil and natural gas; import, export and import/export agency business of crude oil, natural gas, refined oil products, petrochemicals, and other chemicals. As of 2015 it has the highest proportion of cash paid for taxes of all Chinese companies.[5] In 2011 it ranked as the 5th largest company in sales in Forbes Global 2000.[6][7] In 2009, it was ranked 9th by Fortune Global 500 becoming the first Chinese corporation to make the top ten and in 2010 it was ranked 7th.[8] In 2007, it ranked first in the Top 500 Enterprises of China ranking.[9] Sinopec ranks top 2 in 2015 Fortune Global 500 ranking. [10]

      Via Sinopec
    40. AOA Cream

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      K-pop!

      AOA Cream is a subgroup of the South Korean girl group AOA, formed by FNC Entertainment in 2016. It is composed of three AOA members: Yuna, Hyejeong and Chanmi. The group is notable for their debut single, I'm Jelly Baby.[1]

      Via FNC Entertainment
    41. I.B.I

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      K-pop!

      I.B.I (Hangul: 아이비아이; also known as IBI) is a South Korean special project girl group formed by LOEN Entertainment in 2016 consisting of 5 members who previously took part in Mnet's 2016 survival show Produce 101. The name I.B.I started out from a funny word play where it's initials mean "Normal people", but its meaning was later changed to "I Believe It" proving the earnest feelings and hopes of I.B.I's debut that both the fans and the members wanted had come true. The group will be promoting under LOEN Entertainment while the members of I.B.I are still under their respective companies. The group officially debuted on August 18, 2016, with the single "MOLAE MOLAE (몰래몰래)".

      Via LOEN Entertainment
    42. PPG

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      Chemical corporation!

      PPG is an American Fortune 500 company and global supplier of paints, coatings, specialty materials, chemicals, glass, and fiberglass. With headquarters in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, PPG operates in more than 70 countries around the globe. By revenue it is the largest coatings company in the world.[1] It is headquartered in PPG Place, an office and retail complex in downtown Pittsburgh, and is known for its glass facade designed by Philip Johnson.

      Via PPG
    43. PTT

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      Chemical corporation!

      PTT Global Chemical Public Company Limited (PTTGC) is a subsidiary of PTT Public Company Limited. It was founded on 19 October 2011 through the amalgamation of PTT Chemical Public Company Limited and PTT Aromatics and Refining Public Company Limited to be the chemical flagship of PTT Group.[2]

      Via PTT
    44. ICI

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      Chemical corporation!

      Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) was a British chemical company and was, for much of its history, the largest manufacturer in Britain.[1] It was formed by the merger of leading British chemical companies in 1926. Its headquarters were at Millbank in London, and it was a constituent of the FT 30 and later the FTSE 100 Indexes. ICI made paints and speciality products, including food ingredients, speciality polymers, electronic materials, fragrances and flavourings. It was acquired by AkzoNobel in 2008,[2] who immediately sold parts of ICI to Henkel, and integrated ICI's remaining operations within its existing organisation.[3]

      Via ICI
    45. QBS

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      K-pop!

      QBS, is the second official sub-group of South Korean girl group, T-ara formed in 2013 and based in Japan. The sub-group consists of three members: Qri, Boram, Soyeon.

      Via MBK Entertainment
    46. LC9

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      K-pop!

      LC9 (Korean: 엘씨나인) was a South Korean pop boy band formed by Nega Network. The group initially consisted of six members[1] until member E.Den left to pursue his studies. Their name, LC9, means League of Competition #9. They debuted on May 9, 2013 with "MaMa Beat" on Mnet M! Countdown. The music video was released on the same day. On January 23, 2016, the group's label announced that LC9 disbanded. Their contract wasn't renewed back in December 21, 2015, which led the group to an end.

      Via Nega Network
    47. 15&

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      K-pop!

      15& (Korean: 피프틴앤드, also known as Fifteen And) is a South Korean duo formed by JYP Entertainment in 2012. The duo consists of Park Jimin and Baek Yerin. 15& is a combination of their ages at debut and the ‘and’ means that they can have success into the future. They released their debut single "I Dream" on October 5, 2012.[1] They released their single "Somebody" on April 17, 2013.[2]

      Via JYP Entertainment
    48. Yara

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