Brazil startup to export ethanol made from sugar cane's cellulose

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SAO PAULO, June 27 (Reuters) - Brazilian biotechnology startup GranBio Investimentos will export the fuel it hopes to make from cellulose in sugar cane stalks starting next year rather than trying to supply Brazil's cars, its chief executive said. Brazil, the global pioneer of sugar-cane based ethanol, has not developed policies promoting so-called second-generation biofuels that convert non-edible material into fuel, GranBio's CEO Bernardo Gradin said on Wednesday. ...

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