May 31 (Reuters) - Japan's farm ministry awarded about 6 billion yen ($49.36 million) on three projects to help them make ethanol from farm produce and lessen the usage of gasoline, a government official said on Thursday. For a full report click [ID:nT329473] The Ministry of Agriculture aims to promote ethanol distilled from what might otherwise be agricultural waste, such as excess farm products or those not for food use, so that such production would not put food and fuel into ...
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