Government wants UK bioeconomy to double in size by 2030

Madeleine Cuff
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Government strategy envisions bio-based economy reaching £440bn in value, but industry sceptical it can get there without further policy support

Ministers want to see the value of the UK's 'bioeconomy' double to £440bn by 2030, after last week unveiling its long-term "vision" to boost growth in the sector. The long-awaited Bioeconomy Strategy...

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