Royal DSM's stock was hit by a strengthening Euro earlier this year, but the shares have done well as the company has transformed itself in the past year, says the company's CEO Feike Sijbesma. Sijbesma says the European recovery has been slow and would move quicker with lower energy prices and more flexible labor laws. He says the markets for vitamins and nutrition products are growing as globally more people are choosing healthier diets. Finally, Sijbesma is bullish on his companies new plant in Iowa which will convert corn waste to fuel.

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