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Mon Mar 10, 2014 03:12 PM CDT

US Ethanol Exports Surge 33% in January; Most to Brazil

NEW YORK (DTN) -- The United States exported 86.2 million gallons of ethanol in January, up 33% from the 64.8 million gallons exported in December, according to an analysis of data from various federal agencies by Geoff Cooper, the Renewable Fuels Association's vice president for research.

Cooper said the data also shows Brazil overtaking Canada as the biggest importer of U.S. ethanol. He said Brazil imported 24 million gallons of U.S. ethanol compared with 18.8 million gallons for Canada.

Other importers of U.S. ethanol were United Arab Emirates, India and ...

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