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Amid high global prices, India to export raw sugar for first time in 3 yrs

More Indian exports could weigh on global prices and trim the market share of rivals Brazil and Thailand, the world's top two sugar suppliers

Reuters  |  Mumbai 

Indian sugar mills have signed deals to export raw sugar for the first time in three years as a rally in New York prices to seven-month highs along with government subsidies made exports lucrative, five dealers and two industry officials told Reuters. Mills in the world's second biggest sugar producer were reluctant to sign new export contracts until recently as global prices were trading far below local prices. But a rally in international raw sugar prices along with the rupee hitting a record low has made exports viable. Mills have contracted to export 150,000 tonnes ...

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First Published: Tue, October 09 2018. 16:25 IST