Canadian-made biofuel more efficient, study claims

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Daynard, and the GFO, are completely, and quite-conveniently, ignoring the undeniable economic principle which is that as long as biofuels are completely dependent on subsidies, tariffs, and mandates, they will be a net drag on the economy.

It's, therefore, more than a little disengenuous (or exactly like re-arranging the deck chairs on the Titanic) for ethanol advocates to talk about "efficiencies" when the underlying economic principles of biofuel are "ineffective".

Stephen Thompson, Clinton ON

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