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Watch: More U.S. Ethanol Exports Could Head to Korea in Shuffling of Supply, Demand

The US is poised to send more ethanol to Korea, which has traditionally imported Grade B product mostly from Brazil. But as Josh Pedrick explains, Brazil is increasingly focused on capturing sugar profits, and Korea is investing in infrastructure that will let it diversify its imports.