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16 June 2011 By Christopher Swann

A Senate vote to scrap $6 bln of support for the cornbased fuel still faces political hurdles. But the move to end the distortion on markets, the environment and global trade is a step in the right direction. It might even signal that Congress is willing to tackle bigger issues.

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