By Timothy Gardner WASHINGTON, June 23 (Reuters) - U.S. environmental regulators have delayed decisions on whether to allow higher concentrations of ethanol in gasoline, a blow to ethanol producers who face a glut of supply but a relief to automakers who fear ethanol will harm engine parts. Ethanol makers and farmers had expected the Environmental Protection Agency to decide in July whether to allow an increase in the blend rate of ethanol in gasoline to 15 percent from 10 percent for ...
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