Assessing the Bio-based Chemicals Landscape in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia (SEA) has been emerging in the past few years as a bio-based materials and chemicals (BBMC) hub. Feedstock availability, government support, and the existence of offtaker industries are among the main drivers that propel growth of this space in the region. In this report, we assess th...

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