Art imitating life: ADM to purchase Brazilian Ethanol company

In my recent short story (Not Always Part 1-3) yet to be completed, I tie in the idea of Ethanol, Brazil and the United States. Today, in real life, Archer Daniels Midland, the largest ethanol producer, has decided on the idea of partnering up with a Brazilian Ethanol Producer.

The story is here.

Now, I did not tie in directly to the names of the ethanol producers, rather I used the oil patch big wigs, Petrobras. No matter. It was to reflect some issues currently ongoing in society and sure enough, the deal was being tossed about. ADM has another bioethanol plant that was begun in Rondonopolis, Mato Grosso, Brazil in late 2006, to come online in 2007. Too bad I didn’t have money to invest in Cosan S/A because I’m sure that stock went way up today upon the announcement.

Back to Bad Art. Not Always will be 22 parts. (So far you’ve got 7.) Monday will see Parts 8-12 published. Hopefully by July 15th, you’ll get the whole thing.
Have a Great Weekend!
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