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Policies in the United States

Government policies will play a major role in determining whether sugarcane realizes its full potential. This section provides an overview of relevant policies either in place or under discussion in the United States. It’s a mixed bag that often includes a combination of smart incentives, but also barriers to progress.

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Ethanol Policy

An overview of the policies adopted by the United States in the federal and state level

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Sugar Policy

An overview of sugar policies in the United States

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