FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Juergen Hambrecht, the past chief executive of Germany's BASF, can delay an attempted comeback to the world's biggest chemical creator by sales till 2014, he told German weekly Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung. Hambrecht, whom left the CEO post inside 2011, has desired to receive a seat about BASF's board of directors, a body recognized inside Germany because the supervisory board. German law prohibits an immediate move from administration to the board of directors, demanding which professionals undergo a two-year "cooling off" period. "BASF has a good supervisory board. …
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