The Economic impact of the Demand for Ethanol

This study has shown that the effects of the demand for ethanol on the U.S. Economy are unequivocally positive in spite of the subsidy paid to gasoline blenders and refiners. It boosts total employment by almost 200,000, reduces the federal budget deficit by over 3.5 billion, improves the trade balances by over 2 billion, and adds over 450 million to state tax receipts.

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