As of Tuesday of this week, all diesel fuel sold in Brazil contains just a pinch (two percent) of biodiesel. The UPI reports that its sources say the law is good for farmers in the country and "won't increase costs for fuel marketing companies" or how much customers pay at the pump. UPI says that the National Petroleum Agency has data that shows that Brazil will save around $410 million a year through importing less diesel.
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