09 March 2009 16:31 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS news)--Europe’s lack of investment in renewable chemical and biofuels technologies is putting it in danger of lagging behind countries such as the US, Dutch producer DSM said on Monday.
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In comparison, the EU’s seventh cooperation framework agreement is only spending €55m.
There are also other investments by individual countries, such as a €90m grant by the French Industrial Innovation Agency.
This group partly funded DSM’s succinic acid demonstration plant, at
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