U.S. wants Mexico in the ethanol business

Acting Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Michael Scuse and a group of American ethanol industry leaders are in Mexico on a trade mission to investigate opportunities for expansion of the two country’s renewable energy industries.

“Our goal is to partner with Mexico to support the establishment of an economically viable ethanol industry there, where Mexican domestic production can be supplemented with imported product from the United States,” said Scuse in a statement released before the trip, taking place from May 24 to May 25. “The increased use of ethanol in the North American fuel market will provide citizens from both . . .

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