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Australia’s WTO action against Indian subsidies a significant step

In an important escalation, the governments of Australia and Brazil have jointly launched a formal World Trade Organisation (WTO) action against the Indian government’s domestic sugar support mechanisms. “A WTO dispute is a rare and significant escalation towards resolving a situation that’s been depressing the global sugar price and the earnings of Australian sugarcane growers and sugar mi...
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Milling Council identifies need to revitalise Australian raw sugar

Faced with increasing market pressures and volatility, the Australian sugar industry needs to challenge the status quo if it is to secure a sustainable and profitable future, according to the Australian Sugar Milling Council (ASMC). Releasing the latest edition of its Sugar Policy Insights publication, ASMC CEO David Pietsch said sugar manufacturers hoped to kick-start debate on the industry’s ...
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Sugar Policy Insights Feb 2019

Sugar Policy Insights outlines key policy and market issues of importance to the viability of Australia’s sugar industry . The February 2019 edition poses the question 'Where next for Australian raw sugar?' and takes an indepth look at the need for an industry-wide Revitalisation Strategy. Sugar Policy Insights also looks at: the Indonesian sugar market 'in focus' and&...
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