To paraphrase Balzac1, when the recommendations of policy makers are in harmony with the agenda of their political masters, then, fruitful progress is likely. The reform of the EU sugar […]
Lomé Conventions between the European Economic Community and African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries were in force from 1975 to 2000. In 2000 the convention was renewed under the name […]
I well remember the first seminar I attended as an undergraduate. The topic in question was marketing cereals. In his opening remarks, the first speaker, a consultant, said, in the […]
Raw sugar futures on ICE were boosted on 21st July partly by tax changes in Brazil which is expected to increase demand for ethanol, and thereby make it more attractive for millers to divert sugar cane for ethanol production. Raw sugar for October delivery was up 1% at 14.55 cents a pound on the ICE Futures U.S. exchange.