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Vera Sun deciding to back off of written requests...

on Tuesday, 14 September 2010. Posted in Business News

Still tweaking some things...

Update on the VeraSun story:

 Lawyer: VeraSun looks to be backing off farmers

If this story is accurate, then there is reason to celebrate for the many grain producers in the midwest region whom received letters requesting millions of dollars be returned to there Ethanol copy. Checkout the attached link below for more details on this story.

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