Sugar producing countries concerned at potential for more contentious Indian sugar subsidies | 10 August 2021

The Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC) says there is widespread concern amongst the world’s major sugar producing countries that the Indian Government might be contemplating further contentious export subsidies that will negatively impact world sugar prices. On top of the unrelenting climate and pandemic challenges already facing sugar producing countries, they fear that the estimated USD...
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ASMC response to the Energy Security Board consultation paper and draft rules regarding Renewable Energy Zones Planning | 8 September 2020

The Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Energy Security Board consultation paper and draft rules regarding Renewable Energy Zone Planning (August 2020). Whilst the problems associated with ad hoc renewables development are well documented, and there is a need for improved planning, ASMC remains concerned that the mechanisms designed to protect Goo...
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Crushed: Queensland sugar industry’s $1B hit from Indian subsidies revealed | 15 July 2021

Australian Sugar Milling Council and Canegrowers Joint Media Release New analysis has calculated a $1 billion cost to the Queensland sugar industry from Indian Government price and export subsidies currently under investigation by the World Trade Organisation (WTO). The finding has alarmed but not surprised peak industry organisations the Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC) and CANEGROW...
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