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U.S. seen doubling ethanol imports from Brazil in 2006

Agriculture.com Staff 03/22/2006 @ 1:25pm

SAO PAULO (Dow Jones)--Due to a continuing ethanol shortage, U.S. ethanol imports could jump to between 500 million to 1 billion liters this year, or as much as double the roughly 450 million liters the U.S. bought from Brazil in 2005, said Christoph Berg, deputy director of German sugar consultancy F.O. Licht.

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SAO PAULO (Dow Jones)--Due to a continuing ethanol shortage, U.S. ethanol imports could jump to between 500 million to 1 billion liters this year, or as much as double the roughly 450 million liters the U.S. bought from Brazil in 2005, said Christoph Berg, deputy director of German sugar consultancy F.O. Licht.

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