2016 BBMC roundup and what you can’t miss going into 2017

2016 was a turning point for the bio-based materials and chemicals (BBMC) space as the industry realigned to sustained low oil prices, shifting consumer demand, and emerging regulatory drivers. In our latest report, we highlight the big bets investors placed in 2016 (see the report “Show Me the Mone...

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