So, as the Rockwood pigment plant continues to go up near the airport, it still belongs to them until the ownership changes hands after all the red tape.
The U.S. has already said it is OK with the buyout.
Huntsman officials believe the hurdle in Europe will be crossed some time in the third quarter, which has August and September remaining.
February is the targeted starting date for the Augusta facility, which will make synthetic colorants used in construction, coatings, concrete and plastics.
Huntsman, a chemical-maker based in Utah, has a big check to write to get the Rockwood business units: $1.1 billion.