Does Brazil have an ethanol "bubble"? And will it burst?
Anyway, Dow Jones reports that prices for Brazilian ethanol mills have jumped up between 30 and 100 percent since last year. Even prices for equipment used in milling projects are up 10-15 percent. Add in a global sugar surplus, and all that Brazilian yellow gold might soon be much harder to come by. Read the rest over at Cattle Network.
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