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How RGE Plans to Spend $200M on Next-Gen Fiber Development

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Singapore materials manufacturer Royal Golden Eagle (RGE) said it plans to invest $200 million over the next 10 years in cellulosic fiber research and development. The company said the investment will support solutions in alternative cellulose or plant-based feedstock and closed-loop manufacturing. The target allocation for the investment is in three areas–70 percent allocated to…

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