Brown cuts tax on bioethanol

Riley, Jonathan
November 2002
Farmers Weekly;11/29/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 22, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on a tax reduction for green fuel bioethanol announced by British Chancellor Gordon Brown. Benefits of the tax reduction to farmers; Basis for the taxation of bioethanol; Sources of bioethanol fuel; Disadvantages of the tax reduction.


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