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Bio Market Insights introduces bioeconomy policy monitor page.

With a supply chain covering manufacturing, scale-up, materials, technology, consumer brands and more, the industry has a broad and demanding range of information needs.

Bio Market Insights sits right at the heart of that supply chain.

Wherever our readers work – be they a chemicals manufacturer, a retailer or a biopesticide specialist – they turn to BMI for authoritative, timely and business-critical information on their industry.

Legislation within the bioeconomy is changing at a fast pace and sometimes it is difficult to keep track of what is going on. That is why we have decided to add another string to our bow by introducing a new bioeconomy policy monitor page.

This policy monitor page will scrutinise and evaluate the delivery of bioeconomy strategies and related activities across the world. We aim to provide a concise summary of a particular policy and legislative proposal, including essential information, links and suggestions for further reading.

Progress in the bioeconomy will be systematically monitored in order to keep readers informed about important legislation and to help facilitate the transition to a sustainable world.

Our first policy monitor analysis has taken a detailed look at the European Commission’s updated Bioeconomy Strategy. Read more here.

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