Stakeholders are taking steps to revive fortunes of Brazil's ethanol sector

07/28/2013 | PRI's The World (Boston)

Efforts are underway to revive Brazil's ethanol industry, which has struggled in the past few years from high prices and low sugarcane output. For example, the environmental group World Wildlife Fund is working to help Brazilian cane growers achieve better yields in a more sustainable way. In addition, mills have recently been diverting more cane to making ethanol, while the government has reduced an industry tax in a bid to make ethanol production more attractive.

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