Analyst believes China will ramp up corn and ethanol imports well before 2020

December 6, 2017 |

In Illinois, an analyst from Stewart-Peterson says that China will need to import an additional 1 billion bushels of corn in order to achieve its 2020 E10 blending mandate but even though the majority of that increased demand won’t come until 2019, already imports are increasing for both corn and ethanol. Much of those two commodities is coming from the US, and those figures could increase further in 2018 before ramping up in 2019 ahead of the big push.

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