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DDGS Export Outlook
Cheryl Anderson DTN Staff Reporter
Fri Jan 24, 2014 07:30 PM CST

DAVENPORT, Neb. (DTN) -- With new registration processes on the horizon for exports of dried distillers grains with solubles to China, it is imperative that the ethanol industry be aware and prepared for the new requirements, according to a speaker in a recent webinar.

Randy Ives, director of ethanol services for Gavilon, was one of a panel of three speakers at the "Early 2014 Distillers Grains Exports Outlook" webinar held recently by Ethanol Producer magazine.

The foremost of the new registrations is required by China's Ministry of Agriculture, Ives said. After China's anti-dumping investigation against the U.S. in 2011, U.S. ...

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