The first month and a half of this New Year 2010 has seen a short and intense sugar happening in Brazil. An instance of those cases for which the Spanish word “coyuntura” is an adequate definition: an event that combines several important and relevant factors in a specific economic, political or social area; in this …
Category: Sugar Sector
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Internet-based reports said that cane cutters in the Central American countries are working overtime to increase production and cover increased demand from Mexico. In Guatemala’s Pantaleon mill, cutters have raised their daily tasks from 6 to 10 tonnes of cane, while Central American millers expect to face no problems in covering Mexican sugar requirements.
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Australia Federal Court has rejected CSR’s demerger plan, which would have seen the company’ splitting its sugar and building materials businesses, based on the uncertainty that the company would face when future asbestos-related claims. The demerger would have created Sucrogen comprising the company’s sugar and renewable energy segments.
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Pending approval by the competition authorities, the French company Tereos will acquire the majority stake in Société Sucrière du Quartier Français, part of the Quartier Français Group.
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Two major state-owned companies, the Brazilian energy giant Petrobras and PetroChina, signed on 23 December a six-month memorandum of understanding to explore joint projects to produce cane-based ethanol in Brazil and export it to China.
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Mumias Sugar Company, Kenya’s largest sugar company, has launched a KES 3.5 billion (USD 45 million) project to build an ethanol distillery plant in order to diversify its revenue base. The company also plans to spend some KES 23.4 billion (USD 31.14 million) in acquiring other sugar operations in the country and in the region …
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In the first operation of its kind, India’s largest refiner Shree Renuka Sugars (SRSL) has acquired the sugar and ethanol producer Vale Do Ivai (VDI) in southern Brazil.
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