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Georgia Eyes 4% Tax Incentive for Biofuels Industry

26 January 2007

Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue has introduced a bill that would give a 4% sales tax exemption for materials and equipment used in the construction of biofuel facilities in Georgia. The tax incentive will be available to facilities producing and processing certain biofuels (ethanol, biodiesel and butanol) derived from Georgia-grown agriculture products and biomass.

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A better plan than what Alabama is doing.

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