Expected upturn in sugar sales
Friday March 09 2012
THE Philippines’ exports of raw sugar to non-US buyers for the current crop year are likely to increase at least eightfold to a 21-year high of 300,000 tonnes amid high global prices, the Philippines’ Sugar Regulatory Administration said. The projected export volume includes approved raw sugar exports of 55,590 tonnes for March delivery, the agency explained.
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