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George Orwel DTN Energy Reporter
Thu Apr 24, 2014 11:23 AM CDT

NEW YORK (DTN) -- Brazil's ethanol prices have been mixed so far this month, with hydrous ethanol prices up 9.2% at $2.50 gallon while anhydrous ethanol eased 7.7% to $2.61 gallon during the past three weeks, according to data by Cepea, a research center linked to Brazil's Sao Paulo University.

Brazil produces both hydrous ethanol, which is used by domestic flex-fuel vehicles, and anhydrous ethanol, which must be blended with gasoline before being used to run regular vehicles. Less than 40% of the vehicles in Brazil's vehicle use gasoline. Brazil's anhydrous ethanol is often exported to the United States and ...

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