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DAIMLER/
RTR30BHU 
April 04, 2012 
Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche (R) and member of the supervisory board Juergen Hambrecht pose for the media... 
Berlin, Germany 
Daimler CEO Zetsche and member of the supervisory board Hambrecht pose for the media at Daimler AG annual... 
Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche (R) and member of the supervisory board Juergen Hambrecht pose for the media at a Daimler AG annual shareholder meeting in Berlin, April 4, 2012. Seen on right is a 2013 Mercedes-Benz SL roadster. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
DAIMLER/
RTR30BHP 
April 04, 2012 
Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche (L) and member of the supervisory board Juergen Hambrecht pose for the media... 
Berlin, Germany 
Daimler CEO Zetsche and member of the supervisory board Hambrecht pose for the media at Daimler AG annual... 
Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche (L) and member of the supervisory board Juergen Hambrecht pose for the media at a Daimler AG annual shareholder meeting in Berlin, April 4, 2012. Seen on left is the 2013 Mercedes-Benz A-Class vehicle. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
RUSSIA-GAS/BASF
RTR2K7TZ 
March 21, 2011 
BASF AG Board Chairman Juergen Hambrecht (L) shakes hands with Gazprom Chief Executive Alexei Miller... 
Moscow, Russia 
BASF AG Board Chairman Hambrecht shakes hands with Gazprom Chief Executive Miller during their meeting... 
BASF AG Board Chairman Juergen Hambrecht (L) shakes hands with Gazprom Chief Executive Alexei Miller (R) as Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (C) looks on during their meeting at the Novo-Ogaryovo residence outside Moscow March 21, 2011. Germany's Wintershall, a unit of BASF, said on Monday it will join Russia's South Stream gas pipeline project, which will transport Russian gas under the Black Sea to Europe. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS ENERGY) 
GERMANY/
RTR2DEON 
May 03, 2010 
Juergen Hambrecht (L), CEO of BASF, Juergen Grossmann, CEO of RWE and Walter Mennekes (R), head of industrial... 
Berlin, Germany 
Hambrecht, CEO of BASF, Grossmann, CEO of RWE and Mennekes, head of company Mennekes, speak during an... 
Juergen Hambrecht (L), CEO of BASF, Juergen Grossmann, CEO of RWE and Walter Mennekes (R), head of industrial plugs and receptacles producing company Mennekes, speak during an Electro-Mobility summit of leading representatives of the automotive, engineering and energy industry in Berlin, May 3, 2010. REUTERS/Sebastian Willnow/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
GERMANY/
RTR2DEOD 
May 03, 2010 
Juergen Hambrecht (L), CEO of BASF, Juergen Grossmann, CEO of RWE and Dieter Zetsche (R), CEO of Daimler,... 
Berlin, Germany 
Hambrecht, CEO of BASF, Grossmann, CEO of RWE and Zetsche, CEO of Daimler, speak during an Electro-Mobility... 
Juergen Hambrecht (L), CEO of BASF, Juergen Grossmann, CEO of RWE and Dieter Zetsche (R), CEO of Daimler, speak during an Electro-Mobility summit of leading representatives of the automotive, engineering and energy industry in Berlin, May 3, 2010. REUTERS/Sebastian Willnow/Pool (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
BASF
RTR2AVGM 
February 25, 2010 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, is seen on a TV screen during the annual news... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, is seen on a TV screen during the annual news conference... 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, is seen on a TV screen during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 25, 2010. Germany's BASF predicted marked operating profit gains this year with a shaky recovery seen lifting chemicals and plastics sales volumes, as it again posted forecast-beating quarterly results. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH) 
BASF
RTR2AVGJ 
February 25, 2010 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 25, 2010. Germany's BASF predicted marked operating profit gains this year with a shaky recovery seen lifting chemicals and plastics sales volumes, as it again posted forecast-beating quarterly results. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH HEADSHOT) 
BASF
RTR2AVGG 
February 25, 2010 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 25, 2010. Germany's BASF predicted marked operating profit gains this year with a shaky recovery seen lifting chemicals and plastics sales volumes, as it again posted forecast-beating quarterly results. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH) 
BASF
RTR2AVGA 
February 25, 2010 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 25, 2010. Germany's BASF predicted marked operating profit gains this year with a shaky recovery seen lifting chemicals and plastics sales volumes, as it again posted forecast-beating quarterly results. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH) 
BASF/
RTR2AVG4 
February 25, 2010 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 25, 2010. Germany's BASF predicted marked operating profit gains this year with a shaky recovery seen lifting chemicals and plastics sales volumes, as it again posted forecast-beating quarterly results. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH) 
GERMANY/BASF
RTR2AVFW 
February 25, 2010 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 25, 2010. Germany's BASF predicted marked operating profit gains this year with a shaky recovery seen lifting chemicals and plastics sales volumes, as it again posted forecast-beating quarterly results. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH) 
BASF/
RTR2AVFT 
February 25, 2010 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, speaks during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, speaks during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, speaks during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 25, 2010. Germany's BASF predicted marked operating profit gains this year with a shaky recovery seen lifting chemicals and plastics sales volumes, as it again posted forecast-beating quarterly results. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH) 
BASF/
RTR2AVFQ 
February 25, 2010 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, attends the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 25, 2010. Germany's BASF predicted marked operating profit gains this year with a shaky recovery seen lifting chemicals and plastics sales volumes, as it again posted forecast-beating quarterly results. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH) 
BASF/
RTR2AVFD 
February 25, 2010 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, speaks during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, speaks during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, speaks during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 25, 2010. Germany's BASF predicted marked operating profit gains this year with a shaky recovery seen lifting chemicals and plastics sales volumes, as it again posted forecast-beating quarterly results. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH) 
BASF
RTR2AVF7 
February 25, 2010 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, arrives for the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, arrives for the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, arrives for the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 25, 2010. Germany's BASF predicted marked operating profit gains this year with a shaky recovery seen lifting chemicals and plastics sales volumes, as it again posted forecast-beating quarterly results. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
GERMANY/
RTXPKM7 
October 12, 2009 
Germany's Economy Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (C), Chairman of the chemical company BASF Juergen... 
Berlin, Germany 
German Economy Minister zu Guttenberg, BASF Chairman Hambrecht and China's Vice President Xi clink glasses... 
Germany's Economy Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (C), Chairman of the chemical company BASF Juergen Hambrecht (2nd L) and China's Vice President Xi Jinping (R) clink glasses after a signing ceremony in Berlin October 12, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY POLITICS) 
BASF/EARNINGS
RTXC3MV 
February 26, 2009 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, pauses before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht pauses before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, pauses before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 26, 2009. The world's largest chemical maker said fourth-quarter earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) excluding one-off items slumped 70 percent to 526 million euros ($670.3 million), missing the average estimate of 555 million euros in a Reuters poll of 16 analysts. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/EARNINGS
RTXC3MU 
February 26, 2009 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, pauses before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht pauses before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, pauses before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 26, 2009. The world's largest chemical maker said fourth-quarter earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) excluding one-off items slumped 70 percent to 526 million euros ($670.3 million), missing the average estimate of 555 million euros in a Reuters poll of 16 analysts. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/EARNINGS
RTXC3MS 
February 26, 2009 
Juergen Hambrecht (R), CEO of German chemical company BASF, chats with CFO Kurt Bock during the annual... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht chats with CFO Bock during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht (R), CEO of German chemical company BASF, chats with CFO Kurt Bock during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 26, 2009. The world's largest chemical maker said fourth-quarter earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) excluding one-off items slumped 70 percent to 526 million euros ($670.3 million), missing the average estimate of 555 million euros in a Reuters poll of 16 analysts. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/EARNINGS
RTXC3MR 
February 26, 2009 
Juergen Hambrecht (R), CEO of German chemical company BASF, poses with CFO Kurt Bock during the annual... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht poses with CFO Bock during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht (R), CEO of German chemical company BASF, poses with CFO Kurt Bock during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 26, 2009. The world's largest chemical maker said fourth-quarter earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) excluding one-off items slumped 70 percent to 526 million euros ($670.3 million), missing the average estimate of 555 million euros in a Reuters poll of 16 analysts. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/EARNINGS
RTXC3MQ 
February 26, 2009 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, frowns during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht frowns during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, frowns during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 26, 2009. The world's largest chemical maker said fourth-quarter earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) excluding one-off items slumped 70 percent to 526 million euros ($670.3 million), missing the average estimate of 555 million euros in a Reuters poll of 16 analysts. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/EARNINGS
RTXC3MM 
February 26, 2009 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, arrives for the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht arrives for the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, arrives for the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 26, 2009. The world's largest chemical maker said fourth-quarter earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) excluding one-off items slumped 70 percent to 526 million euros ($670.3 million), missing the average estimate of 555 million euros in a Reuters poll of 16 analysts. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/EARNINGS
RTXC3ML 
February 26, 2009 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, holds up a box with two Smurfs figures during... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht holds up two Smurfs during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, holds up a box with two Smurfs figures during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 26, 2009. The world's largest chemical maker said fourth-quarter earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) excluding one-off items slumped 70 percent to 526 million euros ($670.3 million), missing the average estimate of 555 million euros in a Reuters poll of 16 analysts. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/EARNINGS
RTXC3MK 
February 26, 2009 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, arrives for the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht arrives for the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, arrives for the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 26, 2009. The world's largest chemical maker said fourth-quarter earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) excluding one-off items slumped 70 percent to 526 million euros ($670.3 million), missing the average estimate of 555 million euros in a Reuters poll of 16 analysts. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/EARNINGS
RTXC3MI 
February 26, 2009 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, pauses before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht pauses before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, pauses before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 26, 2009. The world's largest chemical maker said fourth-quarter earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) excluding one-off items slumped 70 percent to 526 million euros ($670.3 million), missing the average estimate of 555 million euros in a Reuters poll of 16 analysts. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/EARNINGS
RTXC3MH 
February 26, 2009 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, gestures during the annual news conference in... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht gestures during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, gestures during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 26, 2009. The world's largest chemical maker said fourth-quarter earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) excluding one-off items slumped 70 percent to 526 million euros ($670.3 million), missing the average estimate of 555 million euros in a Reuters poll of 16 analysts. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/EARNINGS
RTXC3ME 
February 26, 2009 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, reacts during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht reacts during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, reacts during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 26, 2009. The world's largest chemical maker said fourth-quarter earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) excluding one-off items slumped 70 percent to 526 million euros ($670.3 million), missing the average estimate of 555 million euros in a Reuters poll of 16 analysts. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/EARNINGS
RTXC3MA 
February 26, 2009 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, frowns during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht frowns during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, frowns during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 26, 2009. The world's largest chemical maker said fourth-quarter earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) excluding one-off items slumped 70 percent to 526 million euros ($670.3 million), missing the average estimate of 555 million euros in a Reuters poll of 16 analysts. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
RUSSIA-GERMANY/GAS
RTR234L6 
January 07, 2009 
The head of Russian gas monopoly Gazprom, Alexei Miller (L) and BASF Chief Executive Juergen Hambrecht... 
NOVY URENGOI, Russia 
To match feature RUSSIA-GERMANY/GAS 
The head of Russian gas monopoly Gazprom, Alexei Miller (L) and BASF Chief Executive Juergen Hambrecht turn a valve during the opening ceremony of a new unit at the Achimgaz project in the arctic town of Novy Urengoi in this November 12, 2008 file photo. Nowhere more than in Novy Urengoi, where more than a third of the 118,000 population works in the industry around Russia's largest gas field, can the interdependence of eastern suppliers and western customers be felt. To match feature RUSSIA-GERMANY/GAS REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin/Files (RUSSIA) 
RUSSIA-GERMANY/GAS
RTR234L3 
January 07, 2009 
BASF Chief Executive Juergen Hambrecht attends a news conference on the opening of a new unit at the... 
NOVY URENGOI, Russia 
To match feature RUSSIA-GERMANY/GAS 
BASF Chief Executive Juergen Hambrecht attends a news conference on the opening of a new unit at the Achimgaz project in the arctic town of Novy Urengoi in this November 12, 2008 file photo. Nowhere more than in Novy Urengoi, where more than a third of the 118,000 population works in the industry around Russia's largest gas field, can the interdependence of eastern suppliers and western customers be felt. To match feature RUSSIA-GERMANY/GAS REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin/Files (RUSSIA) 
BASF/GAZPROM
RTXAIAA 
November 12, 2008 
BASF Chief Executive Juergen Hambrecht attends a news conference on the opening of a new unit at the... 
NOVY URENGOI, Russia 
BASF Chief Executive Hambrecht attends news conference on opening of Achimgaz project in Novy Urengoi... 
BASF Chief Executive Juergen Hambrecht attends a news conference on the opening of a new unit at the Achimgaz project in the arctic town of Novy Urengoi November 12, 2008. German oil and gas group Wintershall and Russia's Gazprom said their Achimgaz 50/50 joint venture gas project will produce just under one billion cubic metres of gas and 300,000 tonnes of gas condensate in 2009, its first full year. Wintershall is a wholly owned unit of chemicals group BASF. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA) 
BASF/GAZPROM
RTXAIA9 
November 12, 2008 
The head of Russian gas monopoly Gazprom, Alexei Miller (L) and BASF Chief Executive Juergen Hambrecht... 
NOVY URENGOI, Russia 
Gazprom head Miller and BASF CEO Hambrecht turn valve during opening ceremony of Achimgaz project in... 
The head of Russian gas monopoly Gazprom, Alexei Miller (L) and BASF Chief Executive Juergen Hambrecht turn a valve during the opening ceremony of a new unit at the Achimgaz project in the arctic town of Novy Urengoi November 12, 2008. German oil and gas group Wintershall and Russia's Gazprom said their Achimgaz 50/50 joint venture gas project will produce just under one billion cubic metres of gas and 300,000 tonnes of gas condensate in 2009, its first full year. Wintershall is a wholly owned unit of chemicals group BASF. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA) 
BASF/GAZPROM
RTXAIA8 
November 12, 2008 
The head of Russian gas monopoly Gazprom, Alexei Miller (L) and BASF Chief Executive Juergen Hambrecht... 
NOVY URENGOI, Russia 
Gazprom head Miller and BASF CEO Hambrecht turn valve during opening ceremony of Achimgaz project in... 
The head of Russian gas monopoly Gazprom, Alexei Miller (L) and BASF Chief Executive Juergen Hambrecht turn a valve during the opening ceremony of a new unit at the Achimgaz project in the arctic town of Novy Urengoi November 12, 2008. German oil and gas group Wintershall and Russia's Gazprom said their Achimgaz 50/50 joint venture gas project will produce just under one billion cubic metres of gas and 300,000 tonnes of gas condensate in 2009, its first full year. Wintershall is a wholly owned unit of chemicals group BASF. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA) 
BASF/
RTR1ZTXS 
April 24, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht(L), CEO of German chemicals company BASF poses with his predecessor and outgoing deputy... 
Mannheim, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht poses with outgoing deputy CEO Voscherau during the annual shareholders meeting in... 
Juergen Hambrecht(L), CEO of German chemicals company BASF poses with his predecessor and outgoing deputy CEO Eggert Voscherau during the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim April 24, 2008. The world's biggest chemicals company by sales, remains upbeat despite signs of a slowing global economy after posting strong first-quarter results that beat expectations. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/
RTR1ZTXO 
April 24, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemicals company BASF is seen on a screen as he addresses the annual... 
Mannheim, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht is seen on a screen as he addresses the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemicals company BASF is seen on a screen as he addresses the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim April 24, 2008. The world's biggest chemicals company by sales, remains upbeat despite signs of a slowing global economy after posting strong first-quarter results that beat expectations. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/
RTR1ZTWL 
April 24, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemicals company BASF pauses during the annual shareholders meeting... 
Mannheim, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht pauses during the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemicals company BASF pauses during the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim April 24, 2008. The world's biggest chemicals company by sales, remains upbeat despite signs of a slowing global economy after posting strong first-quarter results that beat expectations. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/
RTR1ZTWJ 
April 24, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemicals company BASF pauses during the annual shareholders meeting... 
Mannheim, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht pauses during the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemicals company BASF pauses during the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim April 24, 2008. The world's biggest chemicals company by sales, remains upbeat despite signs of a slowing global economy after posting strong first-quarter results that beat expectations. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/
RTR1ZTWH 
April 24, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemicals company BASF pauses during the annual shareholders meeting... 
Mannheim, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht pauses during the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemicals company BASF pauses during the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim April 24, 2008. The world's biggest chemicals company by sales, remains upbeat despite signs of a slowing global economy after posting strong first-quarter results that beat expectations. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/
RTR1ZTWE 
April 24, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht (L), CEO of German chemicals company BASF , chats with CFO Kurt Bock during the annual... 
Mannheim, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht chats with CFO Bock during the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim 
Juergen Hambrecht (L), CEO of German chemicals company BASF , chats with CFO Kurt Bock during the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim April 24, 2008. The world's biggest chemicals company by sales, remains upbeat despite signs of a slowing global economy after posting strong first-quarter results that beat expectations. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/
RTR1ZTWB 
April 24, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemicals company BASF addresses the annual shareholders meeting in... 
Mannheim, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht addresses the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemicals company BASF addresses the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim April 24, 2008. The world's biggest chemicals company by sales, remains upbeat despite signs of a slowing global economy after posting strong first-quarter results that beat expectations. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/
RTR1ZTW4 
April 24, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemicals company BASF is seen on a screen as he addresses the annual... 
Mannheim, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht is seen on a screen as he addresses the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemicals company BASF is seen on a screen as he addresses the annual shareholders meeting in Mannheim April 24, 2008. The world's biggest chemicals company by sales, remains upbeat despite signs of a slowing global economy after posting strong first-quarter results that beat expectations. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/
RTR1XDAG 
February 21, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, pauses during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht pauses during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, pauses during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 21, 2008. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BSAF/
RTR1XDAD 
February 21, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht (R) CEO of German chemical company BASF, poses for photographers with CFO Kurt Bock... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht poses for photographers with CFO Bock before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Juergen Hambrecht (R) CEO of German chemical company BASF, poses for photographers with CFO Kurt Bock before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 21, 2008. BASF's quarterly profit missed market expectations as long maintenance shutdowns at petrochemicals plants of the world's biggest chemicals group by sales crimped earnings. Fourth-quarter earnings before interest and tax and before special items were 1.76 billion euros ($2.6 billion), lagging the 1.86 billion euros analysts' estimate. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BSAF/
RTR1XDA8 
February 21, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht (R) CEO of German chemical company BASF, poses for photographers with CFO Kurt Bock... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht poses for photographers with CFO Bock before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Juergen Hambrecht (R) CEO of German chemical company BASF, poses for photographers with CFO Kurt Bock before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 21, 2008. BASF's quarterly profit missed market expectations as long maintenance shutdowns at petrochemicals plants of the world's biggest chemicals group by sales crimped earnings. Fourth-quarter earnings before interest and tax and before special items were 1.76 billion euros ($2.6 billion), lagging the 1.86 billion euros analysts' estimate. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/
RTR1XDA5 
February 21, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, smiles before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht smiles before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, smiles before the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 21, 2008. BASF's quarterly profit missed market expectations as long maintenance shutdowns at petrochemicals plants of the world's biggest chemicals group by sales crimped earnings. Fourth-quarter earnings before interest and tax and before special items were 1.76 billion euros ($2.6 billion), lagging the 1.86 billion euros analysts' estimate. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/
RTR1XDA1 
February 21, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, gestures during the annual news conference in... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht gestures during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, gestures during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 21, 2008. BASF's quarterly profit missed market expectations as long maintenance shutdowns at petrochemicals plants of the world's biggest chemicals group by sales crimped earnings. Fourth-quarter earnings before interest and tax and before special items were 1.76 billion euros ($2.6 billion), lagging the 1.86 billion euros analysts' estimate. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BASF/
RTR1XDA0 
February 21, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, gestures during the annual news conference in... 
Ludwigshafen, Germany 
BASF CEO Hambrecht gestures during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, gestures during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 21, 2008. BASF's quarterly profit missed market expectations as long maintenance shutdowns at petrochemicals plants of the world's biggest chemicals group by sales crimped earnings. Fourth-quarter earnings before interest and tax and before special items were 1.76 billion euros ($2.6 billion), lagging the 1.86 billion euros analysts' estimate. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
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February 21, 2008 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, pauses during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
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BASF CEO Hambrecht pauses during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, pauses during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 21, 2008. BASF's quarterly profit missed market expectations as long maintenance shutdowns at petrochemicals plants of the world's biggest chemicals group by sales crimped earnings. Fourth-quarter earnings before interest and tax and before special items were 1.76 billion euros ($2.6 billion), lagging the 1.86 billion euros analysts' estimate. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
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July 03, 2007 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, before... 
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German Chancellor Merkel welcomes Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, before an energy summit... 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF, before an energy summit with focus on energy efficiency and security in Berlin July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY) 
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February 22, 2007 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF delivers a speech during the annual news conference... 
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BASF CEO Hambrecht delivers a speech during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF delivers a speech during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
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Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF delivers a speech during the annual news conference... 
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BASF CEO Hambrecht delivers a speech during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF delivers a speech during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
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February 22, 2007 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF delivers a speech during the annual news conference... 
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BASF CEO Hambrecht delivers a speech during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF delivers a speech during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
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February 22, 2007 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF gestures during the annual news conference in... 
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BASF CEO Hambrecht gestures during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF gestures during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
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Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF attends an annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
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BASF CEO Hambrecht gestures during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF attends an annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
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February 22, 2007 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF delivers a speech during the annual news conference... 
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BASF CEO Hambrecht delivers a speech during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF delivers a speech during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
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February 22, 2007 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF pauses during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen... 
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BASF CEO Hambrecht pauses during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF pauses during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
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February 22, 2007 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF gestures during the annual news conference in... 
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BASF CEO Hambrecht gestures during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen 
Juergen Hambrecht, CEO of German chemical company BASF gestures during the annual news conference in Ludwigshafen February 22, 2007. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
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April 27, 2006 
Russian President Vladimir Putin (2nd R) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) applaud to BASF CEO... 
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Russian President Putin and German Chancellor Merkel applaude after a contract signing ceremony in Tomsk... 
Russian President Vladimir Putin (2nd R) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) applaud to BASF CEO Juergen Hambrecht (L) and Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller after a contract signing ceremony in Russia's western Siberian city of Tomsk April 27, 2006. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Vladimir Putin met in the heart of Siberia on Thursday to discuss the security of gas supply to Europe and to try to agree on a strategy for dealing with Iran. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz 
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April 27, 2006 
Russian President Vladimir Putin (2nd R) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) watch BASF CEO Juergen... 
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Russian President Putin and German Chancellor Merkel attend a contract signing ceremony in Tomsk 
Russian President Vladimir Putin (2nd R) and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) watch BASF CEO Juergen Hambrecht (L) and Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller as they shake hands during a contract signing ceremony in Russia's western Siberian city of Tomsk April 27, 2006. German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian President Vladimir Putin met in the heart of Siberia on Thursday to discuss the security of gas supply to Europe and to try to agree on a strategy for dealing with Iran. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz 
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December 09, 2005 
Gazprom's chief executive Alexei Miller (C) speaks with E.ON Chairman Wulf Bernotat (L) and Juergen Hambrecht,... 
Babayevo, Russia 
Gazprom's chief executive Alexei Miller speaks with German executives after the launch of the construction... 
Gazprom's chief executive Alexei Miller (C) speaks with E.ON Chairman Wulf Bernotat (L) and Juergen Hambrecht, Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of BASF, after the construction launch of the North European Gas Pipeline near the town of Babayevo in the Vologda region some 650 km (403.8 miles) northeast from Moscow December 9, 2005. Russian gas giant Gazprom officially started work on a new Baltic Sea pipeline on Friday to supply Siberian gas direct to German and bypass possible clashes with Russia's ex-Soviet neighbours. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin 
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