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George Orwel DTN Energy Reporter
Wed Mar 12, 2014 11:02 AM CDT

NEW YORK (DTN) -- Ethanol prices in Brazil rose last month due to limited product supply, with anhydrous being sold at an average of $2.41 gallon in February, up 4.4% versus January while up 6% compared with the average prices a year earlier, according to data from Cepea, a research center linked to Brazil's Sao Paulo University.

The data show hydrous traded at an average price of $2.17 gallon last month, up 6.5% versus January while posting a year-over-year gain of 5%.

Brazil produces both hydrous ethanol, which is used domestically in flex-fuel vehicles, and anhydrous ethanol, which must be ...

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