A Country aspiring to have a circulating car fleet no longer powered by fossil fuels by 2030. A national chemical industry that – by the same year – aims at becoming totally oil free. A plant system for the production of cellulose and paper that is already powered by organic sources. A network of plants for the production of cellulose and paper, 96% already powered by bio-sources. It is easy to understand why Sweden “is blazing a trail for a renewable future,” as proudly claims the Swedish Trade and Invest Council in its document Bioeconomy in Sweden. The Scandinavian Country, which closed 2016 with an economy growth of 3.7% and that is ranking sixth in the world for competitiveness according to the Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) 2016-2017, “aspires to become a lead...