Transatlantic trade-offs: What the new U.S. administration could mean for the EU renewable ethanol industry
The recent U.S. presidential election has spurred a lot of talk about what the new administration will mean for the transatlantic trade relationship after four years of on again, off again tariff wars.
Hopes are high that the European Union and the U.S. will reaffirm their commitment to doing business with each other in the spirit of free and fair trade. Often overlooked in these discussions is the ethanol sector, which has had a rather bumpy transatlantic history, regardless of who has been in the White House. Now, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a situation in which the stakes are even higher for the EU.
Read the full column from ePURE Secretary-General Emmanuel Desplechin in Ethanol Producer Magazine.