Comment - Is Brazil's Sugar Industry Facing Challenging Future?

By Michelle Russell | 20 July 2011

Earlier this month, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) revealed a 14% rise in the sugar price index from May to June. Seen as a reaction from the market to a predicted shortage in Brazil, an FAO analyst has questioned the immediate and mid-term growth prospects for Brazil's sugarcane industry.

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Earlier this month, the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) revealed a 14% rise in the sugar price index from May to June. Seen as a reaction from the market to a predicted shortage in Brazil, an FAO analyst has questioned the immediate and mid-term growth prospects for Brazil's sugarcane industry.

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