Category: Cane, Sugar and Ethanol

Brazil: Dedini announces commercial ethanol based on bagasse

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India: Bihar amends Sugar Act to boost ethanol output

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Brazil, Indonesia sign ethanol agreement

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Japan-Brazil: Financing ethanol production

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Guyana: First Installment of EU Financial Contribution to Sugar Plan

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Mozambique: Highest sugar exports in three decades

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United States: Ethanol from Bagasse Technology under Study.

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Mozambique: New sugar silo in Maputo increases storage capacity to 175,000 tonnes

Maputo, Mozambique, 14 Sept – Four southern African countries, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland and Zimbabwe, have invested the equivalent of 1.5 million euros in building another sugar silo in Maputo increasing the respective sugar terminal’s storage capacity to 175,000 tons, officials said.

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Brazil: Mato Grosso do Sul to build 31 sugar/ethanol mills by 2009

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Brazil: Environmentalist sets fire to himself in protest

Tom Phillips in Rio de Janeiro Monday November 14, 2005 – The Guardian A campaigner who has dedicated his life to fighting the destruction of the Brazilian environment is in a critical condition after setting fire to himself in protest at the construction of alcohol factories in the Pantanal marsh region.

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