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US’s New Policy to Drive Brazil Away from Iran Is Powered by Alcohol

President Obama’s authorization of the expulsion of the Venezuelan consul general from that country’s ...

Brazil Sugar Sales Make Up in Part for Fall of Ethanol Exports to US

Figures disclosed by the São Paulo Sugarcane Agroindustry Union (Unica) show that Russia, India, ...

Yes, I Have a Drunkard in My Family. Is There a Brazilian Who Doesn’t?

Alcoholism is rampant in Brazil. No wonder, you can buy alcohol practically at any ...

Despite Crisis Brazil to Invest US$ 9 Billion in New Ethanol Plants in 2009

Whatever hardships the next sugarcane crop may undergo "the solidness of the sector fundamentals ...

Brazil’s Role in a Soon-to-be Ethanol Market of 28 Bi Gallons a Year

The world ethanol market is projected to reach 27.7 billion gallons by the year ...

Thanks to Ethanol, Gas Is Turning into Alternative Fuel in Brazil

In Brazil, gasoline is rapidly becoming the country's alternative fuel as ethanol consumption zooms ...

Brazil: Development Bank Makes Largest Loan Ever for Biofuel Project

The Inter-American Development Bank is going to loan US$ 269 million and to help ...

Morocco Wants to Make Ethanol with Brazilian Help

Morocco is interested in producing ethanol and wants help from Brazil in the area. ...

Ethanol Production in Brazil Jumps 20% Thanks to Country’s Eco-Friendly Fleet

Brazil's production of ethanol grew approximately 20% in the current crop, and sugarcane production ...

How Diadema, Brazil, Cut Murders in Half by Closing Bars Earlier

Diadema, an industrial city in the Greater São Paulo, in southeastern Brazil, with one ...