BRASILIA, Brazil, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Brazil could more than double its sugar cane land in the next few years and is betting that the advantages of cane over corn as a feedstock for ethanol will keep it a leader in the nascent global biofuels market, the country's agriculture minister said on Monday. "We could double, even triple, the land planted with cane," Luis Guedes said during an international biofuels conference in Brasilia. Brazil has become a leader in the ethanol boom in recent ...
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