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China is forecasted to overtake Japan by the end of 2010 to become the second largest world's economy.
China's economy had been growing at a rapid pace during the last 30 years and may keep growing at a high rate in the next decade, which will lay a solid foundation for China's economic structure in the future.
In order to achieve sustainable development, more strict supervision measures should be taken to reduce pollution, green house gas emission and energy consumption. Moreover, Chinese government is gradually increasing investment in low-carbon industries, witnessed by the investment of USD1 trillion in renewable energy in the next decade. Besides, China gradually opens domestic traditional energy industry which used to be dominated by state-owned oil companies for domestic private companies, bringing more investment opportunities for both domestic private companies and foreign companies. With more and more large transnational biomaterial companies entering Chinese biomaterial market, domestic biomaterial promotion process may be shortened, thus facilitating the reduction in carbon dioxide emission.
Major domestic bio-butanol producers become more optimistic on bio-butanol prospect. Harbin Institute of Technology will cooperate with two domestic companies to build a new demonstration production base of biological hydrogen produced from waste water in 2011.
Holley Group Co., Ltd. successfully entered domestic fuel ethanol industry by cooperating with CNPC.
Kate New Energy Co., Ltd. signed China's first transnational carbon trading agreement in biodiesel industry on August 9th 2010.
Henan Zhongyuan Biodiesel Development Co., Ltd. started to build its first biodiesel production line with capacity of 30,000t/a in Xinmi City, Henan Province.
Nanning Pangbo Biological Engineering Co., Ltd. is enhancing its comprehensive strength to achieve its listing goal.
Winner of bio-based long-chain dicarboxylic acid (LDA)patent disputes between Shandong Hilead Biotechnology Co., Ltd. and Shanghai Cathay Biotechnology R&D Center Co., Ltd. will probably dominate Chinese bio-based LDA market in the near future
Chinese pharmaceutical grade hyaluronic acid output expects to increase after Novozymes launches its pharmaceutical grade hyaluronic acid production line in 2011.
Shanghai Tong-jie-liang Biomaterials Co., Ltd. is actively strengthening international competitiveness by expanding polylactic acid capacity.
INOVAL Group Co., Ltd., HTT Corporation and DuPont are constructing a polytrimethylene terephthalate (PTT) fiber project to scramble for China's PTT market.
Fujian Zhongsu Biodegradable Film Co., Ltd. expects to be China's largest producer of biodegradable polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) film soon.
Both China's PLA export volume and import volume may increase over last year.
Overview of latest production and market of domestic bio-butanol
HIT to build new production base of biological hydrogen
Holley Group building a cassava-based fuel ethanol production base
China's first transnational carbon trading in biodiesel industry
Henan Zhongyuan to produce biodiesel
Nanning Pangbo to strive for listing
Who will dominate Chinese bio-based long-chain dicarboxylic acid market?
Chinese pharmaceutical grade hyaluronic acid output to increase in 2011
Shanghai Tong-jie-liang constructing new PLA base
A new domestic PTT fiber project being constructed
Fujian Zhongsu to produce biodegradable PVA film
Trade analysis of China's PLA
ENN Group to industrially produce microalgae biodiesel in 2014
Jilin Fuel Alcohol completes annual overhaul
NDRC to draw up low carbon standards
Fujian Province to develop energy forest
Yongshun county to settle a biomass energy project
Sinopec & CAS to accelerate industrialization of microalgae biodiesel
Harbin Institute of Technology, Holley Group Co., Ltd. , Kate New Energy Co., Ltd., Henan Zhongyuan Biodiesel Development Co., Ltd. Nanning Pangbo Biological Engineering Co., Ltd.
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