Thai energy ministry hits out at customs authorities for inhibiting ethanol trade

October 30, 2012 |

In Thailand, the energy ministry says that strict rules from the customs and excise departments are hindering ethanol exports, boosting the cost of trade and keeping the country from becoming the Southeast Asia ethanol hub that it desires to be. Domestic demand is only 1.3 million liters per day compared to 3.5 million liters of production capacity.

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