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Sugar cane growers optimistic about sweeter fortunes

The profitability of South Africa’s primary sugar value chain has for years been undermined by factors such as competition from, and weak tariff protections against, cheap sugar imports; an “unprecedented” drought; plunging world sugar prices; and a major drop in national demand for sugar resulting from the government’s introduction

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