By Emma Graham-Harrison BEIJING, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Worries about feeding the world's most populous nation could limit the growth of China's environmentally-friendly biofuels industry, officials and executives said on Friday. Biofuels made from agricultural products ranging from sugarcane and wheat to waste oil from cooking, are becoming increasingly attractive as crude prices climb. Beijing bureaucrats, concerned about rural poverty and rising oil imports, are attracted to a ...
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