Cheap corn deters buyers in U.S. sugar-for-ethanol program
By Alan Bjerga and Marvin G. Perez
WASHINGTON — A glut of corn has damped interest by biofuel makers in a U.S. government program to sell surplus sugar for ethanol, potentially decreasing its effectiveness in propping up sugar prices.
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