Denmark setting sights on booming biomaterials market

Global plastics producers are looking for petroleum-free alternatives to conventional plastic feedstocks, but the ups-and-downs of the economy are wreaking havoc on their core business, putting pressure on them to abandon longer-term projects (see the report "Growing Tomorrow's Green Materials"). Fo...

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