End of year biofuel subsidy roundup: positive news heading into 2011

As the end of the year approaches, participants in the biofuels space can look into the future with optimism as authorities worldwide deliver their legislative gifts:

As was previously reported, the U.S. Senate voted to approve an $858 billion tax cut package that provides a significant amount of i...

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