New rules that came into force in Germany in December 2012 have changed the way biofuels certified as sustainable can be traded across borders, spreading confusion and prompting criticism from biofuels industry groups. Platts editors Sean Bartlett and Guilherme Kfouri and Kingsman analyst Philip Mirande discuss the background and the possible implications of these changes to the EU ethanol and biodiesel markets.
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