Sugar stocks' outlook turns sour as export ban fuels panic selling

While strong lobbying to reverse curbs is expected, share prices are seen hitting new 52-week lows before the new season rolls in


New Delhi
The government’s move to cap sugar exports at 10 million tonnes contracted for, with no exports between June 1-October 31, 2022 (except under restrictive conditions), has led to a big

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First Published: May 25 2022 | 8:48 PM IST

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