MECAS(08)17 - The International Trade of Fuel Ethanol Outlook to 2015
Since the beginning of this decade, the world trade of fuel ethanol has been growing at an annual rate of around 50%, compared to a 20% average growth in production.
Brazil’s exports of fuel ethanol have skyrocketed over the recent years, and today ethanol production for exports take as much as 9% of the country’s sugarcane output. The United States and the European Union have emerged as the world’s largest fuel ethanol importers. At the same time, several countries in Central America (CBI countries) are benefitting from their geographical location and preferential trade with the US to become a major hub in the fuel ethanol trade.
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