Grace Fan

Director, Brazil/Latin America Research

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Recent Brazil research

* Brazil: Is pension reform still possible?, Elizabeth Johnson, Grace Fan, 10 Aug 2017
* Brazil: The cost of Temer’s victory, Grace Fan, Elizabeth Johnson, 3 Aug 2017
* Brazil: Can the market really decouple from the political crisis?, Grace Fan, 28 Jul 2017
* Brazil: Can the market really decouple from the political crisis?, Grace Fan, 28 Jul 2017
* Brazil: Temer’s political woes will drag through August, Grace Fan, Elizabeth Johnson, 20 Jul 2017

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Second-generation ethanol and green chemicals get a second look

Overview

Like its global counterparts, Brazil – the world’s largest sugar producer and second-largest ethanol producer – has flirted with next-generation ethanol and other value-added projects with few visible results to date. In a second wind for the sector, however, a sprinkling of new commercial-scale projects has been announced recently – spurred by evolving technologies, ongoing regulatory uncertainty for conventional biofuels, and the bet that the new products will bring higher margins...

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