Iowa introduces first of its kind production tax credit for bio-based chemicals

The U.S. state of Iowa recently passed legislation, introducing a tax credit for the production of bio-based chemicals. The new law is scheduled to come into effect from July 1, 2016, and will remain in place for five years. In short, the bill means that producers of certain eligible renewable ch...

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