September 2011
Corn & Soybean Digest;Sep2011, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p32
The article reports that Argentina's soybean sector was credited for the country's boom in the biodiesel industry. The country is expected to leap from the 5th-largest global producer of biodiesel in 2009 to the third largest in 2011, according to CADER, the Argentine Renewable Energy Chamber. AgriPAC Director Pablo Adreani notes Argentina's impressive export performance with its record-breaking 52 million gallons produced in 2011, making the country as the top global biodiesel exporter.


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