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Refiners say EU sugar tender plan threatens their future

Bloomberg News, 8 December 2011 – European Union plans to import sugar at reduced duty still forces refiners to pay almost three times as much as the rest of the bloc’s sweetener industry, threatening their viability, according...[more]

Sweets for my sweet’ costly for Bulgarian confectioners

Confectionery News, 12 September 2011 – EU-wide sugar shortages have led to particular problems for confectioners in Bulgaria, according to recent comments from a trade body in that country. Mariana Kukusheva, who chairs the...[more]

EU sugar refiners want bloc to abolish a duty on sugar import

Bloomberg News, 06 September 2011 – The European Union should abolish a 98 euros ($137) a metric ton duty on sugar imports from a group of countries including Brazil and Australia to ensure refiners have “fair access” to raw...[more]

Europe’s sugar refiners call for future common agriculture policy

Brussels, 05 September 2011 – Europe’s sugar refiners call for future Common Agriculture Policy to provide fair access to raw sugar at competitive prices and permanently remove the CXL import duty “It is essential...[more]

Portugal asks EU to provide for more sugar imports without duty

Bloomberg News, 22 February 2011 - Portugal asked the European Union to provide for additional imports of raw sugar into the bloc at zero duty to ease supply, according to the Portuguese Association of Sugar Refiners. The...[more]

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