SAO PAULO – Japan, China, Thailand, India and Cuba want to develop alcohol fuel programs that call for using sugar cane, corn and rice by-products to produce alcohol. Brazil, which for years has been producing alcohol from sugarcane, can export its technology to some of these countries, says Henry Joseph Jr., president-Energy and Environment Commission of the Brazilian automotive manufacturers association, Anfavea. While Asian and European countries are concerned about high oil prices, ...

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