SAO PAULO – Sucden Ltd., a global sugar-trading company based in the U.K., says sugar prices are expected to rise 10% worldwide as Brazil, the world's largest producer, reduces its exports to focus on producing alcohol-based fuel from sugarcane. Some 22%, or 328,374, of the vehicles sold in Brazil in 2004, are flexible-fuel capable, which includes a combination of gasoline and alcohol, or gasoline, alcohol and natural gas. GM Celta now offers flex-fuel model. Because Brazil's ...

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