Sugar producers in Africa say they fear excessive Brazilian production


The producer of the South African Sugar Tongaat Hulett asked this last week, government aid due to extensive damage that has faced increased imports of sugar in the country and world prices lower than expected.

The chief executive of Tongaat Hulett, Peter Staude, told local media that the government of South Africa should protect local sugar producers, who face losses, this results in lower prices caused mainly by Brazil, which took over production of culture and is exporting more at prices below market.

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