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Listen: EU T2 ethanol bearish on sugar, antidumping uncertainty: is the hype overdone?

The advent of the new sugar crop and overhaul of the European sugar regime in October are causing a stir in the European ethanol industry, as market participants expect to see some sugar-beet-based ethanol capacity return to the market.

Further down the line, concerns around the potential removal of antidumping duties against ethanol imports from the US in February are further amplifying the bearish outlook for European T2 ethanol.

European biofuels editor, Chrysa Glystra and global editorial director for agriculture, Tim Worledge examine market expectations and look at the impact these change are likely to have.

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