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UP sugar mills clear 75% dues for this season

This season, UP is likely to contribute almost 40% to sugar output, much higher than Maharashtra

Virendra Singh Rawat  |  Lucknow 

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have paid over Rs 10,000 crore to against procurement under the current 2016-17 crushing season.

The payments have been made against total payables of about Rs 13,100 crore for 2016-17, which pegs the payment ratio at over 75 per cent.

Meanwhile, UP have collectively paid Rs 17,635 crore against total dues of a little over Rs 18,000 crore for the previous 2015-16 season. The balance of about Rs 368 crore is pending on 13 private

According to UP cane commissioner Vipin Kumar Dwivedi, the government had directed mills to settle full payments and necessary actions were already being taken in this regard.

Meanwhile, the have produced over 5 million tonnes (MT) of sugar in this season. As per the initial field reports, the mills are expected to produce almost 3.5 MT of additional sugar before the season comes to an end. This would peg the sugar output at roughly 8.5 MT for full season.

is a major cash crop in the state and there are over 4 million rural households engaged in and Maharashtra are India's top and sugar producers and contribute 50 per cent to India's annual production.

This season, UP is likely to contribute almost 40 per cent to the country's sugar output, much higher than Maharashtra.

Private mills dominate UP sugar sector with 92 of total 117 mills. The cooperative sector comprises 24 mills, while UP State Corporation Limited (UPPSCL) controls one mill.

In the backdrop of UP government announcing a hike of Rs 25/quintal in cane price to Rs 305/quintal, the value of cane procurement by mills is likely to exceed Rs 22,500 crore. This would be 25 per cent more than the value of cane payables clocked by all the 117 UP during the previous 2015-16 standing at Rs 18,000 crore.

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UP sugar mills clear 75% dues for this season

This season, UP is likely to contribute almost 40% to sugar output, much higher than Maharashtra

This season, UP is likely to contribute almost 40% to sugar output, much higher than Maharashtra
have paid over Rs 10,000 crore to against procurement under the current 2016-17 crushing season.

The payments have been made against total payables of about Rs 13,100 crore for 2016-17, which pegs the payment ratio at over 75 per cent.

Meanwhile, UP have collectively paid Rs 17,635 crore against total dues of a little over Rs 18,000 crore for the previous 2015-16 season. The balance of about Rs 368 crore is pending on 13 private

According to UP cane commissioner Vipin Kumar Dwivedi, the government had directed mills to settle full payments and necessary actions were already being taken in this regard.

Meanwhile, the have produced over 5 million tonnes (MT) of sugar in this season. As per the initial field reports, the mills are expected to produce almost 3.5 MT of additional sugar before the season comes to an end. This would peg the sugar output at roughly 8.5 MT for full season.

is a major cash crop in the state and there are over 4 million rural households engaged in and Maharashtra are India's top and sugar producers and contribute 50 per cent to India's annual production.

This season, UP is likely to contribute almost 40 per cent to the country's sugar output, much higher than Maharashtra.

Private mills dominate UP sugar sector with 92 of total 117 mills. The cooperative sector comprises 24 mills, while UP State Corporation Limited (UPPSCL) controls one mill.

In the backdrop of UP government announcing a hike of Rs 25/quintal in cane price to Rs 305/quintal, the value of cane procurement by mills is likely to exceed Rs 22,500 crore. This would be 25 per cent more than the value of cane payables clocked by all the 117 UP during the previous 2015-16 standing at Rs 18,000 crore.
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UP sugar mills clear 75% dues for this season

This season, UP is likely to contribute almost 40% to sugar output, much higher than Maharashtra

have paid over Rs 10,000 crore to against procurement under the current 2016-17 crushing season.

The payments have been made against total payables of about Rs 13,100 crore for 2016-17, which pegs the payment ratio at over 75 per cent.

Meanwhile, UP have collectively paid Rs 17,635 crore against total dues of a little over Rs 18,000 crore for the previous 2015-16 season. The balance of about Rs 368 crore is pending on 13 private

According to UP cane commissioner Vipin Kumar Dwivedi, the government had directed mills to settle full payments and necessary actions were already being taken in this regard.

Meanwhile, the have produced over 5 million tonnes (MT) of sugar in this season. As per the initial field reports, the mills are expected to produce almost 3.5 MT of additional sugar before the season comes to an end. This would peg the sugar output at roughly 8.5 MT for full season.

is a major cash crop in the state and there are over 4 million rural households engaged in and Maharashtra are India's top and sugar producers and contribute 50 per cent to India's annual production.

This season, UP is likely to contribute almost 40 per cent to the country's sugar output, much higher than Maharashtra.

Private mills dominate UP sugar sector with 92 of total 117 mills. The cooperative sector comprises 24 mills, while UP State Corporation Limited (UPPSCL) controls one mill.

In the backdrop of UP government announcing a hike of Rs 25/quintal in cane price to Rs 305/quintal, the value of cane procurement by mills is likely to exceed Rs 22,500 crore. This would be 25 per cent more than the value of cane payables clocked by all the 117 UP during the previous 2015-16 standing at Rs 18,000 crore.

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