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Congress may trim, likely won't scrap ethanol duty

Agriculture.com Staff 02/23/2007 @ 2:09pm

Congress might tinker with and possibly cut the duty on ethanol imports when it expires in 2009, but the tax won't be scrapped because of investments in Midwestern biofuel output, U.S. industry members predict.

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Congress might tinker with and possibly cut the duty on ethanol imports when it expires in 2009, but the tax won't be scrapped because of investments in Midwestern biofuel output, U.S. industry members predict.

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