DSM expands its footprint with partnerships and M&A plans

Dutch chemicals giant DSM is showing signs of an aggressive expansion plan, and bio-based materials are at its heart. The company is looking for major growth in areas like nutritional supplements, high-performance plastics, and biomedical materials, and has set aside $3.6 billion for acquisitions in...

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