S. Korea eases concern about urea solution (DEF) shortage with alternative product

South Korea will be able to escape fears of a crippling shortage in an essential industrial material that could paralyze traffic by achieving a domestic supply network of ammonium carbonate, a chemical compound that can replace an aqueous urea solution being used to cut pollution created by diesel engines.
The achievement was the result of fast technology development with full government support. Capro, a chemical company that produces raw materials for nylon in South Korea, will produce and sell ammonium carbonate to end the country’s heavy reliance on imported urea from China.

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