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The Philippine and Chinese Governments have signed memoranda of understanding enabling large areas of the Philippines to be turned over to biofuels production for Chinese consumption according to BioPact.com
Posted by Simon Robinson on January 16, 2007 10:20 AM
Hi Simon, this is very interesting (one, I come from the Philippines and two, I am involved in biofuel development for the country, in a private capacity) because I feel that this would be a long shot. The Philippines would have to, by law, satisfy its own demand first before it can supply elsewhere. Maybe this pact was written in a long-run context?
January 17, 2007 4:01 AM
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