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Pakistan, Vietnam and Indonesia: the three jokers in the far eastern sugar game


FO Licht International Sugar and Sweetener Report 128(34): 799-804
Pakistan, Vietnam and Indonesia: the three jokers in the far eastern sugar game
The situation and prospects of the sugar industries in Pakistan, Vietnam and Indonesia are described and discussed. Together they produce nearly 6 Mt, and current disappearance is near to 7 Mt, but that is likely to change soon. Although some plans may be rather over-ambitious, it is argued that with the dynamism of the Far Eastern economies, it could be fallacious to reject all plans as unrealistic. The situation is examined individually for each country.

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