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Our goal is to help our partners to get sharp and regular updates of current and upcoming market situations in Asia and the EU.

Thailand crush report 2020/21 [Vol. 05]

Even though only 1 sugar mill has officially closed down operations so far this season, it looks like we
are

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Indian monthly update report [Jan 2021]

The 493 operational sugar mills produced 17.8 million tonnes by 31 January 2021…

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China sugar update [Jan 2021]

According to China Sugar Association, the country produced 3.06 Mt of sugar…

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Thailand crush report 2020/21 [Vol. 04]

Although all 57 sugar mills are still operating nationwide, the amount of cane crushed on a daily basis recently dropped

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Thailand crush report 2020/21 [Vol. 03]

The Thai cane crush has now reached cruising altitude with an average 1.05 Mt of cane…

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Thailand sugar update report [Q4 2020]

Despite a late start to the 2020/21 crushing season, abundant rainfalls over Q4 2020 seemingly helped with…

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Indian sugar update report [Q4 2020]

Domestic sugar output crossed the 11 million tonnes (Mt) mark on 31 December 2020…

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ASEA sugar report [Q4 2020]

Australian sugar mills – Maryborough and Bingera – will no longer crush again…

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Thailand crush report 2020/21 [Vol. 02]

After a late start to the season, the Thai cane crush is yet to reach cruising speed due to…

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China sugar update [Dec 2020]

According to China Sugar Association, the country produced 3.53 Mt of sugar (including 2.23 kt of cane sugar and 1.30

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EU sugar update report [Jan 2021]

The 2020/21 has been reportedly disastrous in a number of major Member States. According to our most recent estimates, the

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Thailand crush report 2020/21 [Vol. 01]

Thailand’s 2020/21 cane crush started on 10 December 2020. By 24th December 2020 – i.e. after 15 harvesting days –

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