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economic analysis of a major biofuel program undertaken by OECD countries.
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Canberra, Australia. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. An economic analysis of a major bio-fuel program undertaken by OECD countries. (Análisis económico de un importante programa de combustible. This chapter discusses national economic policies in different major organization of economic cooperation and development (OECD) countries like Austria, Sweden, Canada, and Australia.
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Further complicating the analysis, the major feedstocks are primarily used as human foods and animal feed, and the by-produccts of biofuel manufacture play a significant role in biofuel economics.
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Final products of these scenarios were either ethanol from fermentation, or electricity from anaerobic digestion (AD). Therefore, increased biofuels production also reduces water availability to food production, and add more pressure on water resources in countries facing increased risk of water scarcity such as India (OECD-FAO, ).
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