USA: Bush camp wants ethanol programme to continue - paper
The Bush administration has told Congress it recommends continuing federal government incentives for ethanol-fuelled vehicles even though the programme has neither reduced petrol consumption nor substantially increased alternative fuel use, the New York Times said. The newspaper added that almost no vehicles built to run on either ethanol or gasoline actually use ethanol, in part because fewer than one in 1,000 of the nation's service stations sell it.
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