A worker cuts sugar cane in a field belonging to the Moema sugar mill in Orindiuva, which produces ethanol, as well as sugar, as part of Brazil's sugar cane boom.
A worker cuts sugar cane in a field belonging to the Moema sugar mill in Orindiuva, which produces ethanol, as well as sugar, as part of Brazil's sugar cane boom. Douglas Engle / MCT
A worker cuts sugar cane in a field belonging to the Moema sugar mill in Orindiuva, which produces ethanol, as well as sugar, as part of Brazil's sugar cane boom. Douglas Engle / MCT

Brazil can't find world market for its ethanol

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