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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The Huntsman companies today announced a one (M)million dollar donation to victims of the Asian tsunami.
The company is donating 500-thousand in cash from itself and employees and adding 500-thousand dollars worth of material, supplies and other contributions.
The Huntsman family also says it's evaluating a long-term relief effort for victims.
An estimated 148-thousand people have perished in the disaster.
The Salt Lake City-based Huntsman petrochemical giant was started by Jon M. Huntsman, father of Utah Governor Jon Huntsman Junior.
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