WASHINGTON, March 29 (Reuters) - It is currently profitable for U.S. refiners to import ethanol from foreign suppliers like Brazil despite high tariffs, the head of the U.S. Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday. "It is economic to bring in ethanol," EIA administrator Guy Caruso told the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. Brazil is one of the world's main producers of ethanol -- made from sugar cane, unlike the U.S. corn-based product -- but its exports to the ...
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