In Brazil, where ethanol is made from sugar cane, the industry is rushing to put in place a port infrastructure that can handle the projected demand for the country's exports of the biofuel. Experts expect the country to reach its ethanol-exporting capacity of 8 billion to 10 billion liters by 2010 if it does not begin investing now in more port facilities, even though it will be able to produce at least 10 billion liters of ethanol a year by that time.

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