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The changing Middle East sugar scene: implications for trade flows


, : The changing Middle East sugar scene: implications for trade flows. FO Licht International Sugar and Sweetener Report 129(18): 369-375

This paper maintains that the sugar market in the Middle East is set to change fundamentally in the future.

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