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Sweet or sour? The forecast ups and downs of the Australian sugar industry

Wilmar International and MSF Sugar's announcements that they will no longer export through Queensland Sugar Limited is likely to have a significant impact on the Australian sugar supply chain - but it's not all bad news for the sugar industry, according to IBISWorld.

Companies abandon sugar collective

FOLLOWING Singapore-based Wilmar Sugar's decision to exit the QSL export system, Thai-owned MSF Sugar and Chinese-owned COFCO have also confirmed their intention to withdraw from single-desk marketing arrangements.

Announcement rocks sugar growers

QUEENSLAND'S sugar industry is descending into crisis, with a third milling group announcing it will end its association with the state's peak marketing body.

Jamaica's weighs using sugar for energy or rum

Jamaica's sugar industry aims to produce 3.5 million tons of cane by 2018, Jamaica Cane Product Sales GM Karl James told the Gleaner Friday.

First consignment of sugar from Azerbaijan arrives in Kyrgyzstan

First consignment of sugar from Azerbaijan arrives in Kyrgyzstan Bishkek (AKIpress) - First consignment of sugar from Azerbaijan has arrived in Kyrgyzstan... You are trying to access paid-for content on our website. We charge 190 som for the access to this news article. Using your personal account in AKIpress system please register or sign in to access this news article.

Swaziland: Sugar Strikers Win Pay Increase

Striking workers at Swaziland's Ubombo Sugar Company have won a 10 percent pay increase, despite suffering intimidation by the Swazi Army and state security forces.