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US biofuel sector shrinks despite flood of cheap soyabean supply

Chicago

MAKERS of renewable fuels derived from the vast soya bean fields across the American Midwest cannot seem to catch a break. At a time when crops are cheap and domestic demand for biodiesel has never been better, the industry is shrinking.

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