Paraguay wants to build South America’s largest biofuels plant

It will be located a few kilometers from Asunción, will cost US$1 billion, and is expected to be completed in 2025, amid questions from social and environmental organizations.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The announcement of a biofuels plant installation in Paraguay, the largest in South America, has divided the country.

The company and the government emphasize the project's economic impact and that the soybean will not be deforested, but environmental organizations doubt the commitments.

They are fuels produced from raw materials of agricultural . . .

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