Global sugar prices may rise from October due to drop in production, says Abinash Verma of ISMA
Updated : July 17, 2019 12:45 PM IST
There are provisions under WTO rules which allow the developing countries to support its industry through domestic support for its sugarcane farmers.
Sugar prices are expected to rise in the next season, which starts in October, as experts believe there will be a deficit in the global markets.
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