Wal-Mart Weighs Selling Ethanol-Based Fuel

[AP via Seattle Post Intelligencer] Wal-Mart Stores Inc. may offer ethanol made from corn at its 383 U.S. gas stations, a company spokesman said Wednesday. Wal-Mart stressed it is not ready yet to make any announcements, but corn growers said Wal-Mart’s entry into a market now mainly made up of scattered independent gas stations would be a significant boost to a budding new fuel industry.


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