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Bitter taste for Cuba as it imports sugar for the first time

CUBA: it’s so quintessentially Cuban that even a young, machete-wielding Fidel Castro used to hack away at the cane stalks vital to the Caribbean island’s economy. Now, the long-time world leader in sugar production is importing the stuff for the first time, and in large amounts, from France after another ...

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Simon Birmingham: Pakistan, India have driven global sugar glut

Embed from Getty Images SYDNEY: The policies of India and Pakistan have contributed to a global glut in the world’s sugar market, Australia’s Minister for Trade Simon Birmingham told Reuters. “It is clear that export subsidies introduced recently by the Indian and Pakistan Governments have contributed to a growing glut ...

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