Trabajador Azucarero, Abril 2006.
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On 20 January, reports Jamaica media, three hundred and eight five workers will lose their jobs in Monymusk and in Frome, two sugar factories run by Pan-Caribbean Sugar. Two hundred and seventy nine mostly farm workers in the former; one …
- Guyana: Privatisation and Closures as GuySuCo moves forward?
Wales Sugar Estate Closed
On 18 January, the Ministry of Agriculture in charge of the Guyana Sugar Corporation (GuySuCo) announced that the Wales Sugar Estate, in West Demerara, will be closed at the end of the second crop of 2016. …
- Jamaica: Is this the calm before the storm?
The Sugar Industry Authority (SIA) early September awarded the Seprod Group, which runs the Golden Grove Company in St Thomas, a market-agency status. While some stakeholders are concerned with the potential negative impact to the island’s ability to meet obligations …
- Belize: Green Tropics building a second sugar factory in the country
During a recent visit to Belize, it was a real surprise to learn, taking into consideration the challenges experienced by the more traditional Caribbean sugar producers, that a new sugar estate is under construction in the country’s Cayo District. It’s called …
- United States: ITC Report: allegedly subsidised Mexican sugar harms US industry
The US International Trade Commission (US-ITC) issued a 190-page report that stated, in its first paragraph, that “there is a reasonable indication that an industry (sugar) in the United States is materially injured by reason of imports of sugar from …
- US sugar producers: Mexico dumps sugar; threatens domestic production
The American Sugar Coalition, comprising domestic sugar cane and beet and refining interests, filed on March 28 an antidumping and countervailing duty petition against Mexico with the Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission (ITC). They maintain that Mexico …
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