CANBERRA – The Australian government says it plans to set a 10% limit on the amount of ethanol in gasoline and will require ethanol content labeling at the pump. Australia sets ethanol cap. The move comes after tests found 20% ethanol could cause hesitation and problems with starting in very cold conditions and could cause deterioration of metal, plastic and rubber components in some older vehicles. "The initial results essentially back what manufacturers have been saying ...

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