Brazilian November ethanol imports fall on year for the first time in 2017

December 6, 2017 |

In Brazil, for the first time this year, ethanol imports fell year-on-year in November to 50.3 million liters, down 64% from the year prior and 45% from October in response to the 20% import duty implemented in September. Almost all of the ethanol imports came in through north-northeastern ports.

That said, the center-south region imported 15 million liters through Santos for the first time since March. Total imports through the year to November were up 2.5 times over 2016 at 1.74 billion liters.

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