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Date:6/22/2011

NEW YORK, June 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

White Biotechnology

http://www.reportlinker.com/p0559271/White-Biotechnology.html?utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Biotechnology

The white biotechnology market research service analyzes the food and feed industry, pharmaceutical industry, biofuel industry, bioplastics industry, and personal care industry. The current scenario in the enzyme industry has also been discussed. The important factors which drive, restrain, and impose challenges have been assessed. Detailed revenue forecasts are provided for each industry segment. Major legislations, which influence the future of white biotechnology, have been discussed. Each industry segment has been evaluated with the help of the industry attractiveness matrix.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary Slide 19

Mega Trends Slide 20

Research Aim and Objectives Slide 21

Research Scope Slide 22

Research Definitions Slide 24

Key Findings Slide 25

Voice of the Analyst Slide 32

Conclusions Slide 33

Regulatory Environment and Government Initiatives Slide 34

The Kyoto Protocol Slide 35

White Biotechnology -A Solution for Climate Change Slide 36

The European Success Story Slide 37

Initiatives in the US Slide 38

Initiatives in the EU Slide 40

Initiatives in Brazil Slide 42

Initiatives in China Slide 44

Others Slide 46

Industry Challenges Slide 47

Total Market for White Biotechnology Slide 51

Introduction to White Biotech
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