CANBERRA – Some 30% of Australia's 10 million cars will not operate satisfactorily on gasoline containing 10% ethanol, according to an ethanol working group set up by the federal government. The Australian government recently had ruled a 10% level of ethanol content was safe for vehicles. Environment Minister David Kemp, meanwhile, suggests some car makers in Australia are raising baseless objections to using ethanol in gasoline. His comments come as controversy continues to ...

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