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U of I ag economists Scott Irwin and Darrel Good say declining gasoline and increasing ethanol prices have created concerns that ethanol and corn demand could be adversely affected. Their latest analysis suggests the risk is over-stated. The pair say even with an extended period of high ethanol to gasoline prices, domestic ethanol consumption is likely to be supported at the 10 percent blend wall.

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