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Sweetener Users Push For Lower Sugar Prices As Result Of Renegotiation With Mexico

September 21, 2016 at 6:12 PM
Amid the ongoing renegotiation of the U.S.-Mexico sugar suspension agreements, the Sweetener Users Association -- representing end-users of refined sugar -- has requested that two facets of the original agreements be changed in order to lower prices of raw and refined sugar in the U.S. The Department of Commerce and government of Mexico should agree to reduce the minimum prices of sugar in the suspension agreements to the support prices stipulated in 2014 Farm Bill and increase the stocks-to-use target...

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