Ethanol imports into EU continue troubling trend

Monday, April 19, 2021
Imports of ethanol into the European Union increased dramatically in 2020, even as Brussels continues to limit the EU market for the renewable fuel by capping the use of crop-based ethanol in the fight against climate change. The rapid surge of imports threatens to have serious negative consequences for the European renewable ethanol industry, but there are signs the EU is ready to act if necessary.
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