China a beacon for foreign clean tech firms

AFP: In a laboratory in northern China, technicians are breeding billions of micro-organisms in test tubes to create enzymes -- proteins that can turn plant waste into clean-burning biofuels. The facility near the port city of Tianjin belongs to Novozymes, a Danish biotechnology company and one of a growing number of foreign firms in China benefiting from Beijing's massive investment in green energy. "The situation has never been better," Michael Christiansen, president of Novozymes ......

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