Brazil widens limit on ethanol blend in gasoline


* Government now able to reduce blend to as low as 18 pct * Actual cut in blend still being considered * Ethanol prices fall as cane harvest advances BRASILIA, April 29 (Reuters) - The mandatory mix of ethanol in gasoline in Brazil can now be cut to as low as 18 percent after the government lowered the bottom end of a range within which the blend can be adjusted. All gasoline sold in Brazil currently has a 25 percent blend of anhydrous ethanol, a policy that helps limit gasoline ...

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