SAO PAULO, Brazil, June 22 (Reuters) - Brazil's sugar exports are expected to grow 135 percent to 37.1 million tonnes by 2013/14, while domestic consumption of cane-based ethanol should more than double to 25 billion liters, an official at the agriculture ministry said on Wednesday. Some analysts in the sector expect ethanol demand to grow much faster than the ministry's forecasts and are expressing concern that consumption may surpass the current pace of expansion of Brazil's sugar cane ...
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