Economics favor ethanol production in Brazil's center south

06/14/2013 | AgriMoney.com (U.K.)

In spite of "historic sugar delivery commitments," sugarcane mills in Brazil's center south are using more of their cane to make ethanol as sugar prices continue to decline, said Antonio de Padua Rodrigues, technical director of industry group Unica. Sugar production in the region fell to 1.84 million metric tons in the second half of May, down 10.8% from the first half.

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