Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||Bureau for Program and Policy Coordination. A.I.D. discussion paper, no. 24|
|LC Classifications||HC59.A15 U5 no. 24, HD9100.4 U5 no. 24|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||73602189|
sugar industry would be subject to the full force of swings in world sugar prices, which currently are well below the estimated operating costs of domestic sugar producers and processors. This report examines the structure of the world market for sugar, coats of produc- ing cane and beet sugar in the major sugar countries, national sugar policies. Major sugar consuming markets include India, the EU, China, Brazil, the US, Indonesia, Russia, Pakistan, Mexico and Egypt. The most important drivers which influence sugar demand include: • population growth, • per capita incomes, • the price of sugar and alternative sweeteners, and • health concern debate. International Trade. /20 Sugar Overview. U.S. production is estimated down 4 percent to million tons due to poor harvest conditions resulting in lower sugarbeet production. The largest reductions are centered in the Red River Valley in the States of North Dakota and Minnesota. Louisiana cane sugar production is alsoFile Size: KB. IFPRI Discussion Paper December The Future of Global Sugar Markets Policies, Reforms, and Impact Proceedings of a Public Conference.
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