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Fiscal adjustment will help the resumption of growth

The Finance Minister, Henrique Meirelles reaffirmed on Friday (12) that both the renegotiation project of state debts as the Proposed Constitutional Amendment (PEC) that limits the growth of federal government spending is focused on the fiscal adjustment . the announcement was made at the end of the 11th Annual Seminar on Risk, Financial Stability and Banking Economics in São Paulo. "I believe…
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The Ethanol Mandate Is Destroying America’s Great Plains

In August of 1804, the Lewis and Clark expedition entered the eastern boarder of the Great Plains. Captain Lewis and Second Lieutenant Clark were some of the first white men to cast their eyes on a vast expanse of land that has come to define, for many, the landscape that is quintessentially American. The grasslands of North America are the stuff of legend. To Lewis and Clark – as…
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India to shift ethanol policy towards price that floats with the market

In India, the government has decided to move towards an ethanol policy where prices are pegged to the market rather than have a fixed price in an attempt to bring the policy in line with international trends. By 2020, ethanol demand should reach 4.5 billion liters per year while biodiesel will hit 6.75 billion liters. The country consumes nearly four times as much diesel annually as gasoline but…
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Developers plan new cellulosic ethanol plant in North Dakota

A group of developers has plans to make ethanol from the stalks and leaves of North Dakota corn plants and wheat straw. New Energy Investors is looking to develop a 13-million gallon, cellulosic ethanol plant at the Spiritwood Industrial Park near Jamestown. "What attracts us here is we believe North Dakota has good policy to support us. The investment community here seems focused on…
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