DUBAI, Feb 22 (Reuters) - A Kingsman SA analyst said 55 percent of the centre/south Brazilian crop in 2011/12 was projected to be used for ethanol production and 45 percent for sugar. This compared with an estimate of 55.3 percent for ethanol and 44.7 percent for sugar in 2010/11, Patricia Luis-Manso told Reuters on the sidelines of the Feb. 19-22 Kingsman Dubai sugar conference. She said mills would maximise their production of sugar in 2011/12 because sugar provided a 10 cents/lb ...
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